TV Sketch Comedies
The Top Five Spin-offs of The State
Sure, the MTV sketch comedy show The State went off the air in 1995, and the group dissolved in 1997. Despite this, its members have continued to crank out great comedy long after the group dissolved. Check out this list of the five best things to come out of the late sketch comedy series.
The State - Profile
Read a profile of the 1990s sketch comedy group The State, who had their own show on MTV and have now branched off into projects such as Reno 911!, Wet Hot American Summer and Stella.
Important Things with Demetri Martin
Check out this profile of the Comedy Central sketch comedy series Important Things with Demetri Martin, starring stand-up comedian Demetri Martin. Premiered on Comedy Central in February 2009.
Everything You Want to Know About 'Mr. Show with Bob and David'
'Mr. Show' is one of the best sketch comedies of all time -- certainly the best of the 1990s. Though it lasted only four seasons on HBO, its legacy can't be understated; it changed the sketch comedy landscape and made comedy stars out of many of its cast members, many of whom have gone on to create great comedy on their own. Check out everything you could want to know about 'Mr. Show' -- from sho…
Top 9 Sketch Comedy Shows of the 1990s
The 1990s were the most prolific decade for TV sketch comedy. From long-lasting network giants like Saturday Night Live to basic cable cult shows like The State and Upright Citizens Brigade, it was almost impossible to avoid sketch shows during the '90s. But were any of them any good? Check out this list of the decade's best sketch shows.
In Living Color - An Overview
Read about the '90s sketch comedy In Living Color, starring Jim Carrey, Keenan Ivory Wayans and Jamie Foxx.
The Ben Stiller Show
A sketch show that lasted a short time on TV, but featured a cast of future stars that would all go on to make names for themselves in comedy. Plus, it was really funny.
Human Giant Official Site
Visit the official website of the MTV sketch comedy show Human Giant. See photos, read production blogs, join the forum and even view full episodes.