SeriesDate
SeriesDate
  1. Home
  2. This Is Not Happening

This Is Not Happening Season 5 Release Date on Comedy Central, When Does It Start?

SeriesDate // (Updated: )

This Is Not Happening Season 5 Release Date on ; When does it start? Was it Cancelled or Renewed? We have the latest updates about This Is Not Happening, cast, characters and trailers on this page.

Is "This Is Not Happening" returning for Season 5? Will it start any time soon? What are the latest news about This Is Not Happening on Comedy Central? Find all your answers below!


What Is This Is Not Happening About?

This Is Not Happening is an American storytelling show hosted by Roy Wood Jr. The show was originally hosted by Ari Shaffir. It airs on American cable television network Comedy Central, and had its premiere on January 22, 2015. Episodes focus on comedians telling real life experiences comedically.
Comic Roy Wood Jr. invites his like-minded friends to tell hilarious, true stories in front of an audience at Cheetahs in Hollywood, Calif. Rob Corddry, D.L. Hughley, Keegan-Michael Key, Bert Kreischer, Marc Maron, Steve Rannazzisi, Joe Rogan and Paul Scheer are among those who relay favorite, embarrassing, or just plain laugh-out-loud tales about topics like drugs, emergencies, wonder years, romance, and travel. To begin each episode, Shaffir finds himself in a ludicrous situation, dreamed up by madman director Jeff Tomsic. Comic Ari Shaffir was the series' original host.

This Is Not Happening TV series aired on Comedy Central network in the US. Last episode of This Is Not Happening aired on Comedy Central on April 5, 2019.

Show Info

Show:
Available On:
Series Top Cast:

This Is Not Happening Season 5 Release Date

Comedy Central This Is Not Happening Air Date: As of July 29, 2020, we still don't know if "This Is Not Happening" will be Cancelled or Renewed. This page will be updated once we have more information about its renewal status.

Do you have a tip for This Is Not Happening on Comedy Central?
Leave A Comment or Tip Us Here!


More Comedy Central Series

ShareShareTweet