Though the back half of the fourth season of Daniel Tosh’s Comedy Central series Tosh.0 doesn’t debut until later this fall, the network has already renewed the show for a fifth season. THR reports that Comedy Central has ordered a 30-episode fifth season of the web-centered series. The show is a ratings hit for the network, especially in the coveted 18-34 demo where it netted a 4.1 rating during its season four premiere. Tosh was humorously unenthused about the season five order, responding “It’s hard for me to get excited about anything when the Miami Dolphins look so terrible.”
The second half of Tosh.0‘s fourth season will begin on Tuesday, September 25th, while season five will begin sometime in January 2013. Tosh is also behind an animated series called Brickleberry that will debut on Comedy Central on September 25th.
Comedy Central just sent over their premiere dates for the 2011-2012 midseason, and while most of their series don’t usually show up around this time, South Park will be making its triumphant return for a sixteenth season on March 14th while Tosh.0 will come back with fresh meat from the internet on January 31st, marking its fourth season. However, the real exciting news is that The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report will come back right after the New Year on January 3rd to really start digging into their Indecision 2012 coverage in this election year.
Taking the most random, stupid, funny and viral videos from the internet, comedian Daniel Tosh has crafted a hilarious show on Comedy Central that keeps the laughs coming every damn week. Now the cable network has decided to renew the successful comedy series Tosh.0 for a fourth season. Considering how the internet keeps delivering more stupid videos everyday, if Tosh and his writing staff can keep up the laughs, I don’t see this show going away anytime soon, and that’s just fine with me.