Cue the Chuckles: ‘Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen’ on CBS

The Ultimate Cure for the Midnight Blues: ‘Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen’ Sparks Joy on CBS!

In a delightful twist that has sent ripples of laughter through late-night television, the legendary comedy talk show, “Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen,” has gracefully stepped onto the CBS late-night stage. With a limited run that promises nightly doses of humor, the show is a welcomed addition to the network’s lineup.

Hosted by the affable Byron Allen, this round-table style comedy talk show features a rotating ensemble of comedic heavyweights, including Sebastian Maniscalco, Tiffany Haddish, Gabriel Iglesias, and a myriad of other comedic talents. Allen, the founder/chairman/CEO of Allen Media Group, has made it his mission to create a space where the best comedians can unite, sharing laughter in abundance.

“Comics Unleashed” has been a consistent source of joy for audiences since its premiere in September 2006, boasting 18 consecutive seasons of entertaining banter. Notably, the show has secured a place on CBS-owned stations in 14 markets, further solidifying its imprint on the late-night landscape.

Executives Byron Allen, Carolyn Folks, and Jennifer Lucas ensure the seamless execution of the show, with a formula that has stood the test of time. As the late-night scene experiences a shift, “Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen” emerges as a beacon of levity, offering an evergreen respite from the mundane.

In a world where laughter is a universal language, the amalgamation of comedic brilliance on “Comics Unleashed” transcends time and strikes a chord with audiences craving a comedic escape. The show’s charm lies not only in the wit of its comedians but in the timeless allure of shared laughter, making it a must-watch for those seeking a perpetual source of joy.


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