"Problematic with Moshe Kasher" is a topical series on Comedy Central.

No one talks anymore. Dinner table discussions have been replaced by angry memes on Facebook walls. Civil discourse has been supplanted by Twitter rants. This series promises to pull the country out of digital echo chambers and information bubbles and into an actual discussion.

From the mind of comedian Moshe Kasher, this series is a hyper-modern take on the casual daytime talk format of the 1980s, reimagined into a joke-fueled show for the digital generation. It's a talk show that actually talks. Each episode will delve into a single topic of online outrage — such as impeachment, the dark web, cultural appropriation, ideological changes of heart, the liberal case for guns, and more — and examine how it shapes our culture. With the help of experts, comedians, and questions from both the in-studio and online audience, Kasher will solve every problem that has ever existed by the end of the episode, bringing peace and harmony to the internet once and for all while paving the way for a Oprah/Schwarzenegger co-presidency in 2020.

"Problematic with Moshe Kasher" was co-created by Kasher and Alex Blagg. The series is executive produced by Kasher, showrunner Meaghan Rady, Serious Business' Blagg, Jason Nadler and Jon Zimelis ("@midnight with Chris Hardwick"), as well as Dave Becky and Josh Lieberman of 3 Arts Entertainment. R.J. Fried serves as co-executive producer and head writer, and Monika Zielinska and Rachel Olson are the executives in charge of production for Comedy Central.


FACTS

Network: Comedy Central
Genre: Talk Show
Premiere Date: April 18, 2017
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
Serious Business
3 Arts Entertainment




'Problematic with Moshe Kasher' Broaches Online Outrage — Premiering Tuesday, April 18, the new topical Comedy Central series is a hyper-modern take on the casual daytime talk format of the 1980s, reimagined into a joke-fueled show for the digital generation. Read more...





 
 
 
 
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