Comedy Central's January is filled with premieres and reruns

Comedy Central is on its way to buying up all the comedy shows you used to watch on other networks and currently watch on streaming platforms. Always Sunny and Archer are among the favorites that sometimes air during the day. Now, the network is about to add NBC's The Office. Comedy Central announced today via press release that the mockumentary show is on the way in January starting with an all day marathon on the 15th.

The network also announced the premiere of Corporate, a show from Jake Weisman, Matt Ingebretson, and Pat Bishop. This was ordered late last year and also features Anne Dudek, Adam Lustick, and Aparna Nancherla. Weisman and Ingebretson star as two executives-in-training who do the dirty work of their superiors. Jon Daly, Aimee Mann, Natasha Lyonne, Rory Scovel, Fred Willard, Anna Akana, Philip Baker Hall, Baron Vaughn, and Kate Walsh are slated for appearances throughout the season. Corporate will premiere with two back to back episodes on January 17th at 10:00pm.

"Another Period" is back for another season in 2018

Ensemble comedies are definitely this writer's kryptonite. Any movie or show with a big, varied cast that can manage to make it all work with comedy is a plus. Comedy Central's Another Period is one of the better ensemble comedies on TV. 

While they didn't have a new season in 2017, Another Period will return in early 2018. The network released a trailer for the Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome created show. Faces new and old are on the featured slate including Kate Berlant, John Early, Jemaine Clement, Andy Kindler, Patton Oswalt, Chelsea Peretti, Paul Scheer.

We reviewed the second season of the show and liked every single episode.

Another Period season 3 airs on Tuesday, January 23 at 10:30 PM.

Comedy Central's newest show is "Hood Adjacent," hosted by James Davis

Comedy Central isn't up to snuff on shows starring someone who isn't white. But they're trying with their latest addition Hood Adjacent with James Davis. The series is executive produced by Alex Murray and Shawna Wexler, Riki Hughes, Troy Miller, Sean O’Connor and Showrunner Jim Margolis. Davis will take viewers on a tour of his neighborhood which is just a block away ffrom the hood: "[Davis] explores contemporary urban topics through a unique, hybrid style of comedy that bridges the gap between urban and mainstream comedy." The series will being airing on Wednesday, June 28 at 9 PM.