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The very best in US comedy is coming to tickle your funny bone at no extra charge!

Sky Comedy/HD launches on CH 122/121 on Monday 27 January

Sky Comedy, launching on Monday 27 January, will bring you the best of the best from our American cousins. You’ll be able to watch some brilliant HBO, NBCUniversal and Showtime series, and it’s all thanks to your brand spanking new channel. Pretty sweet, right?

 

Well, things are about to get even sweeter as we reveal what you can look forward to watching. Not only can you catch favourites like The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, Saturday Night Live, Will & Grace and Parks And Recreation, you’ll also get exclusive access to brand new comedies.


Starring Kathryn Hahn (Step Brothers) in the title role, Mrs. Fletcher follows a divorcee who adopts a new persona to spice up her love life, while The Righteous Gemstones tells the story of a world-famous televangelist family, who don’t always practise what they preach…

 

AP Bio, featuring It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’s Glenn Howerton as an advanced placement biology teacher, and Sunnyside, about a New York councillor helping immigrants in search of the American Dream, will also air on the channel.

 

Larry David and Jeff Garlin in Curb Your Enthusiasm

Don’t curb your enthusiasm for Curb Your Enthusiasm – amp it up! 
 

If that wasn’t enough, there are returning seasons of US shows, including new episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm, starring Larry David, and Ballers, starring Dwayne Johnson, to get stuck into. Now you know what to expect from the channel, there’s only one thing left to do – gather everyone around and laugh until your sides hurt!

 

And that’s not all!

Some of your channels will be changing numbers, making them easier to find. For information on all the channels you can watch and where to find them, click here to check out your updated channel guide.

TV channels: Channels, content and features available depend on your chosen package. Channel line-ups and content are subject to change at any time and to regional variations.

HD: HD TV required to view HD channels.