The comedy panel show will end after 600 episodes.
July 18, 2017
Comedy Central announced this evening that @midnight will be coming to an end next month after four seasons and 600 episodes. Hosted by Chris Hardwick, the late-night improv comedy panel show has been a staple on the cable network since 2013, and over the course of its run has garnered solid viewership among a highly-coveted younger-skewing audience.
The series features Chris Hardwick hosting a panel of three comedians, who compete against each other in a series of Internet-themed improv games. The decision to end the show was reportedly a mutual agreement between Hardwick, the network, and the show's producers.
The final week of @midnight begins on Monday, July 31, leading up to the series finale on Friday, August 4.
07/19/17 at 11:09am
Bummer. Chris just seems to have too much going on right now anyway.
07/19/17 at 07:09am
It's a shame, I used to love this show, watched all the time. I only stopped a few months ago because I cut the cord and Viacom had pull out of PS Vue, plus their online app offerings were either non-existent or garbage. I may make an effort to watch the final run of episodes...
07/19/17 at 06:14am
Darn, been watching since first season and it always makes me laugh! Great exposure to/for new talent. Have several faves on dvr that I will save forever (Fozzie Bear wins the internet!) :)
07/19/17 at 01:58am
90% of the time I loved this show. 10% of the time i found it very boring. It relied heavily on the improve of the guests an Chris hardwick. So boring episodes were unpreventable which is a turn off for viewers.
07/19/17 at 01:42am
Red lights for Comedy Central and Chris Hardwick FTW
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