Comedy Central has ordered up a six-episode-long fourth season of John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show. The full lineup of comedians who will be doing the new season of the stand-up showcase was posted online this week and it includes Reno 911!’s Tom Lennon, future TBS late night host Pete Holmes, and SNL co-head writer Colin Jost. Here’s the full list of the 24 comedians who will be spread out over six episodes:
James Adomian, W. Kamau Bell, Mark Forward, Travon Free, Ron Funches, Gary Gulman, Phil Hanley, Seth Herzog, Pete Holmes, Colin Jost, Jessi Klein, Jamie Lee, Tom Lennon, Joe Mande, Morgan Murphy, Sara Schaefer, Rory Scovel, Dan Soder, Paul F. Tompkins, Nick Turner, Brooke Van Poppelen, Reggie Watts, Ali Wong and Joe Zimmerman.
You can get tickets to the NYC tapings here. The new season is being filmed just a week ahead of John Oliver taking over hosting duties on The Daily Show for the summer while Jon Stewart directs his first movie. Oliver’s first episode as Daily Show host is slated for Monday, June 10th. (via The Comic’s Comic)