'Lights Out With David Spade': Release date, format, trailer, and everything you need to know about Comedy Central's late night show
David Spade is one comedic genius who never fails to amuse his their comic style. Be it television, movies or live shows, Spade has reached a stage where he doesn't need to prove his merit. The actor is now set to return to television with his new show titled 'Lights Out with David Spade' that will air on Comedy Central from July end.
The series will see Spade take on pop culture news and will also feature his friends from the comedy and celebrity circles along with sketches and field segments.
'Lights Out with David Spade' premieres on Comedy Central on July 29, 2019, at 11.30 pm ET/PT.
The series will feature Spade's signature take on the pop culture news of the day. The nightly series will include a rotating group of Spade's comedian and celebrity friends, while also incorporating sketches and field segments, according to the official press site of Comedy Central.
David Spade as himself
Spade rose to popularity in the '90s for his five-year stint with 'Saturday Night Live', following which he worked on 'Tommy Boy', 'Black Sheep', 'Joe Dirt', 'Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser', 'Grown Ups', 'Grown Ups 2' and 'Father of the Year' among others. Spade was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and two Golden Globes for his role in 'Just Shoot Me!'
The show is executive produced by Spade, Alex Murray and Marc Gurvitz. Brad Wollack and Tom Brunelle of Free 90 Media serve as executive producers and showrunners. Frank Sebastiano is head writer and executive producer, with Chelsea Davison as supervising producer. Liz Plonka is the director of 'Lights Out with David Spade'. Jonas Larsen, Tara Schuster and Daniel Wolfberg are the Executives in Charge of production for Comedy Central.
You can watch the official teaser here:
Where to watch
'Lights Out with David Spade' premieres Monday, July 29, 2019, at 11.30 pm ET/PT. The series, hosted by the iconic comedian, will follow 'The Daily Show with Trevor Noah' on Monday through Thursday each week.
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