Comedy and Stand Up shows are also joining the lists of cancelled shows of 2012 and renewed shows of 2012 and in this case, one that had gone by my radar without noticing it, and now that is a couple of weeks shy of returning, it´s time to add it to the lists: Comedy Central renews Gabriel Iglesias presents Stand Up Revolution for second season.
The show is premiering on Thursday, October 4 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. And Iglesias opens each of the six episodes with all-new material, introducing several stand-up guests throughout each show. Comedian, long-time friend and “the craziest man in show business” Martin Moreno returns as the show announcer and guest commentator, and three-time GRAMMY® Award-winners Ozomatli are also back to rock out as the house band. New this season, Fluffy gets animated for several never-before-seen cartoons. Comedians stopping by to join the fun include Ian Bagg, Tony Baker, Dov Davidoff, Pablo Francisco, Dillon Garcia, Nick Guerra, Trevor Noah, Thai Rivera, Alfred Robles, Wil Sylvince, Gina Yashere, and Dustin Ybarra.
In the premiere episode, Iglesias starts off the night by letting the audience know the “slushies” they are drinking should have come with a disclaimer, and recounting a hilarious prank involving some bored immigration officers. The first episode of the season also features stand-up sets from newcomer Trevor Noah and fan favorite Dov Davidoff, and closes with the debut of the music video for “Stand-Up Revolution,” written and performed by house band Ozomatli, starring Iglesias and Moreno and featuring cameos by many of the comics appearing on the series this season.
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