"John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show" Season 4 on Comedy Central gives viewers a front row seat as John Oliver ("The Daily Show") invites his favorite comedian friends to his adopted hometown.

The series features new stand-up from more of host John Oliver's favorite comedians. With his trademark British charm and New York edge, Oliver opens each episode with original material and introduces four comedians across the hour. Wyatt Cenac, Hannibal Buress, Marc Maron, David O'Doherty, Michael Ian Black and Dana Gould close each of their episodes with super-sized stand-up sets, and the complete line-up boasts new stand-up from Leo Allen, Kurt Braunohler, Michael Che, Dan St. Germain, Emily Heller, Al Jackson, Hari Kondabolu, Ben Kronberg, Mike Lawrence, Jared Logan, Adam Lowitt, Adam Newman, Mark Normand, Iliza Shlesinger, Sheng Wang and Andy Zaltzman.

Season 4

In the premiere episode, featuring Nick Turner, Colin Jost, and Reggie Watts, we learn about the troubling existence of "Daily Show" slash fiction, exactly what a year's supply of donuts consists of, and Watts' stance on cultural differences, told in his signature song form.

Throughout the season, fans will be treated to sets from an exciting mix of up-and-comers and established names: James Adomian, W. Kamau Bell, Mark Forward, Travon Free, Ron Funches, Gary Gulman, Phil Hanley, Seth Herzog, Pete Holmes, Jessi Klein, Jamie Lee, Tom Lennon, Joe Mande, Morgan Murphy, Sara Schaefer, Rory Scovel, Dan Soder, Paul F. Tompkins, Brooke Van Poppelen, Ali Wong, and Joe Zimmerman.

"John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show" is produced by Avalon Entertainment.

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Network: Comedy Central
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: January 8, 2010
Seasons: 4
Production Company: Avalon Entertainment

'John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show' Returns for Season 4 — Premiering Friday, July 26, the Comedy Central series kicks off with stand-up sets by Nick Turner, Colin Jost and Reggie Watts in the debut installment. Read more...

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