Comedy Central debuts The Trevor Moore Show

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Comedy Central debuts The Trevor Moore Show
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Comedy Central debuts The Trevor Moore Show
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Fans of Trevor Moore rejoiced earlier this month when Comedy Central debuted The Trevor Moore Show. The format of the show is similar to the comedian’s popular 24 hour telethon that aired last year. During each episode of the show, Moore and his guests lightheartedly attempt to solve a different issue facing the world.

Moore began his career as part of the sketch comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U’ Know. The group produced a television series of the same name that ran for five seasons, airing from 2007 to 2011. They have appeared at numerous stand-up comedy events since show ended, and they’re expected to reunite for a film that’s currently in development.

Following the end of WKUK’s television program, Moore began a successful solo career in Hollywood. He was cast in a recurring role on Christian Slater’s Fox program Breaking In the same year his IFC show ended. He also produced numerous segments for Jay Leno’s Tonight Show from 2011 to 2013.

Keeping quite busy, Moore released his first comedy album for Comedy Central in 2013. Titled Drunk Texts to Myself, Moore and Comedy Central also produced several highly-amusing music videos for the album.

Moore followed his first Comedy Central album with two more. This time, the albums were further developed into television specials. High in Church was released in 2015 and The Story of Our Times was released in 2018.

Amid Moore’s success with Comedy Central, he also began working with Disney. In 2016, Moore co-created Walk the Prank for Disney XD, the Disney Channel’s sister network. The show aired for three seasons, from 2016-2018.

Just this year, Moore and Disney collaborated again on a new television show. Just Roll with It, another show co-created by Moore, began airing in June. Unlike Moore’s last program, which aired on Disney XD, Just Roll with It airs on the Disney Channel.

Fans of Moore were pleasantly surprised by the development of The Trevor Moore Show, which was first announced just over a week before it aired. The show is broadcast live on Sirius XM Wednesdays at 10 PM Eastern Time. Video episodes of the show are released a few days later on YouTube.

Unfortunately, Moore’s first tweet about the show makes it seem like it may only last for three weeks. Hopefully Comedy Central and Moore can reach an agreement to produce many more episodes. WKUK alum Sam Brown has joined Moore in both episodes so far, another pleasant surprise for fans. You can watch the first episode at the top of the page and the second episode here.

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