Tosh.0 will be ending its run on Comedy Central after its upcoming Tosh.0 Season 12. The cancellation came despite the fact that Comedy Central picked up the show for four more seasons this year, back in January. At that time, the host of the series Daniel Tosh signed an overall deal with the network, but it is not clear now whether he will remain under that deal or not, provided that the show is ending.
Tosh.0 Season 12 is all set to make its debut on September 15 at 10 p.m. ET and will be consisting of 10 episodes. According to an individual with proper knowledge of the situation, ViacomCBS is currently working with Tosh and his team to market the series to other outlets. Tosh revealed in a statement that he looks forward to doing an animated reboot of his show on MTV in 25 years.
Tosh.0 Season 12 Details
The series features Tosh commenting on internet trends and social media and features famous segments like the “CeWEBrity Profile,” and “Web Redemption,” which gives subjects of embarrassing viral videos a chance to redeem themselves. The show first began airing on the Comedy Central in 2009 and will have run for over 250 episodes upon its completion.
Well, for all the fans, us included, it’s very disappointing to know that the show is approaching its end after 12 seasons. No one would disagree with the fact that the show never seemed to lose its charm and essence, unlike many shows which run for such a long time.
Tosh, Charlie Siskel, Christie Smith, and Nick Malis are the executive producers of Tosh.0. The news of the ending of the show came just after it was announced that Drunk History was going to end its run on the Comedy Central after six seasons, with that show being renewed last year for the seventh season.
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The ending of both of these shows marks the end of an era at the cabler, as it is going to shift its focus from the live-action scripted shows in favor of adult animation, South Park, network cornerstone. Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens, is the only scripted live-action show on Comedy Central that is remaining. The airing of the third and the final season of Corporate began in July. The network also airs the late-night series, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, and the rebooted Crank Yankers.