Comedy Central Germany


Comedy Central Germany
Comedy Central (Germany)
Comedy Central 2011 Logo.svg
Launched January 15, 2007
Network MTV Networks Europe
Owned by Viacom
Slogan enjoy daily
Country Germany
Headquarters Berlin, Germany
Replaced VIVA Plus
Website http://www.comedycentral.de/
Availability
Terrestrial
DVB-T Available in Hannover
Satellite
Astra 19.2°E (Digital) 11.973 V 27500 3/4
Astra 19.2°E (Analogue) 11.420 H (Shared with Nick Germany)
Cable
Kabel BW
Kabel Deutschland
Unitymedia
Cablecom Channel 030 (digital CH-D)
IPTV
T-Home 44
Alice Home TV 45
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Logo of Comedy Central Germany until 30.9.2011

Comedy Central Germany is a German speaking equivalent to Comedy Central. The channel is available free-to-air and on local digital/cable operators in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. It broadcasts many American and British imports as well as original programming. It launched on January 15, 2007 replacing former music channel VIVA Plus. Prior to its launch Viacom Germany did have a comedy channel called NICK Comedy which was broadcast from 21:15 to 06:00 on Nickelodeon Germany.

Since December 15, 2008 Comedy Central Germany has ceased broadcasting 24 hours a day and is now timesharing with NICK Deutschland, the German version of Nickelodeon, broadcasting between 20:15 (CET) to 06:00 (CET).

Contents

New Look 2011

The network will introduce its new look in October.

Productions

Shown with their German titles in brackets.

Own Productions

  • Badesalz
  • Der Comedy Sketch-Mix
  • Die Dümmsten…
  • Frag den Lippe
  • Hot Spots
  • Join the Club
  • Kargar trifft den Nagel
  • Mundstuhl
  • NightWash
  • Para-Comedy
  • Schmidt Comedy Show
  • Total lustig – Die besten Clips mit Ruth Moschner
  • u. A. w. g. – um Antwort wird gebeten
  • ulmen.tv

From Germany

From the UK

From the Netherlands:

  • New Kids

From Japan:

From Canada:

From the USA:

From Australia

References


External links



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