Teddy Ray, a stand-up comedian beloved for his natural wit who was a fixture on Comedy Central and a co-host of the MTV clip show Messyness, was found dead over the weekend in California. He was 32 years old.

The hit late-night talk show from Charlamagne Tha God returns to Comedy Central, and HipHopWired was on hand for the season premiere and got to talk to the host afterward for his insight on the direction for the season ahead.

"Tha God's Honest Truth with Charlamagne Tha God" will be back for a second season on Comedy Central. The weekly talk show, which featured Charlamagne interviewing various celebrity guests and discussing numerous topics, will return sometime in the summer with a series of exclusive interviews as an extension of the show airing before the premiere.

Charlamagne Tha God is returning to your late-night television screen. The media personality and host of The Breakfast Club is getting late night talk show on Comedy Central.

Charlamagne Tha God is going to be a little busier. The host of The Breakfast Club will also be holding down a weekly talk show on Comedy Central.

Cam’ron has been inhabiting The Nightly Show’s office all year long and the Harlem king recently brought his antics full circle by assuming the role of Kris Kringle.

As the revamped Daily Show is set to makes its big debut at the end of the month, Comedy Central is ensuring that the roster is air tight for Trevor Noah’s first impression for the world.

Even though Key & Peele are hanging up their comedic cleats at the end of the season, it would best for all parties involved if they kept servicing Hip-Hop skits from time to time.

All things must come to end and such is so for Key & Peele. The President Obama-favored Comedy Central sketch show starring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele has been creating trends online since January of 2012 but according to Key, he felt that it was “a good time to let people know” they were closing […]

Unfortunately for America, there are still several incredulous citizens who refuse to believe that the Confederate flag represents an evil practice the country had to shed blood to defeat.

If you watched the 2015 MTV Movie Awards, then you already know that host Amy Schumer got now for the comedy crown of foul-mouthed comedienne.

Trevor Noah has been embroiled in a brewing controversy that was sparked almost immediately after he was announced to take over hosting duties at Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. Noah’s Twitter feed and the jokes featured have been under scrutiny, but several stars have stepped up to defend the comedian in solidarity.