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Comedy Central Latin America proudly continues its Latin America expansion launching the channel in Peru on Claro TV. Marking its one-year anniversary in the region, the all-comedy destination reaches 18 million subscribers across key cable operators including DIRECTTV, Sky, Cablevision, Megacable, Cablemás, TelMex, VIVO and OITV, among others. The network's programming introduces international content with comedic star power including "Happily Divorced" starring Fran Drescher, "Men at Work" with Danny Masterson and "The Exes" with Kristen Johnson, as well as household names such as "Tosh.0". Additional content includes animations, films and original productions including the critically-acclaimed "Roast" and "Stand Up" franchise featuring Latin American talent.
Comedy Central Latin America offers 24-hour access to comedy with The Following lineup:
Inspired by the real life of TV star Fran Drescher, she plays a Los Angeles florist who finds out her realtor husband (John Michael Higgins) of 18 years is gay. A happy marriage turns into happy divorce when the couple decides to live together because they can't afford to live separately. The once married couple deals with the harsh reality of not only being single, but getting back out into the dating pool together.
Men at Work
The new male-driven sitcom follows the misadventures of four buddies who work together at a magazine. Danny Masterson plays the recently dumped Milo, whose friends are determined to help him get back in the game. James Lesure is Gibbs, a photographer and successful ladies man. Michael Cassidy plays Tyler, a features writer who brings a dose of Style and sophistication to the group. Adam Busch is Neal, a somewhat nebbish reporter and the only one in the group with a steady girlfriend. Together, the four serve as each other's wingmen as they help each other navigate work, friendship and women.
The new comedy about three male divorcees and female divorce attorney brings a quirky group of characters to a singles apartment complex. Single and never married Holly (Kristen Johnston) introduces her most recent client Stuart (David Alan Basche) to his two new roommates: ladies man Phil (Donald Faison) and sardonic homebody Haskell (Wayne Knight). Although they get off to a shaky start, Holly is just across the street to the rescue, helping her avoid her own relationship and commitment issues. Through the course of the show the men begin to realize the issues that exist with same sex roommates align with their ex-wife challenges.
The American television series hosted by comedian Daniel Tosh spotlights funny and quirky viral videos and offers outlandish commentary from the comedian. Video content spans news on society, celebrities, and other pop-culture phenomenon and stereotypes. In its 5th season in the US, the show is currently the most watched cable network show in its time slot in the US.
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