Chris Hardwick leads three celebrity contestants down the ultimate Internet wormhole. Culling from the darkest recesses of social media, they compete to determine who will be the funniest person for the next twenty three and a half hours. Follow the show on Tumblr at http://atmidnightcc.tumblr.com/ and on Twitter @midnight
Even Craigslist personals embrace the Christmas spirit, so Drew Carey, Margaret Cho and Blaine Capatch write their own sexy seasonal dating messages.
Santa Claus is coming to town, and Alice Wetterlund, Mike Lawrence and Matt Braunger must explain why they'll be on his naughty list this year.
After seeing a viral "Star Trek" music video, Wil Wheaton, Brooke Van Poppelen and Kevin Pereira put a science fiction twist on popular band names
Christmastime is winding down, so Jessimae Peluso, Donnell Rawlings and Spike Feresten put a yuletide twist on famous film titles.
Netflix is debuting a series about explorer Marco Polo, so Kurt Braunohler, Megan Neuringer and Doug Benson celebrate by putting a millennial spin on historic events.
Seth Rogen and James Franco show bizarre Christmas card photos, and Mamrie Hart, Brooks Wheelan and Judah Friedlander must write the season's greetings.
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Second installments are never as good as the originals, and Rhys Darby, Al Madrigal and Jim Jefferies must come up with awful follow-ups to popular books.
The Christmas season has arrived, and Paul F. Tompkins, Alex Borstein and Brandon Johnson celebrate by putting a heavy metal twist on popular Yuletide songs.
It's Jay Z's birthday, and Brent Morin, Andrew Santino and Chris D'Elia celebrate by coming up with weak boasts from the mogul-rapper.
Gentle crooner Ed Sheeran is Spotify's most played artist of the year, and Arden Myrin, Jon Gabrus and Matt Besser celebrate by putting a mild twist on popular band names.
W. Kamau Bell, Tom Rhodes and Greg Proops write inner monologues for the dead-eyed hipster models on American Apparel's blog.
To celebrate the start of the Christmas season, Tom Papa, Dave Hill and Morgan Murphy come up with awful three-word gift ideas.
Nick Offerman, Aimee Mann and Dana Gould come up with better titles for bizarre YouTube music videos.
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Pete Holmes, Ron Funches and Steve Rannazzisi translate the drunken babblings of some hard partiers caught on Vine.
To celebrate Lorne Michaels's birthday, April Richardson, Jerry Minor and Moshe Kasher put an upsetting twist on the names of notable "Saturday Night Live" characters.
In honor of National Philanthropy Day, Deputy Wiegel, Deputy Junior and Lieutenant Dangle come up with terrible aid organizations that nobody would support.
After seeing lawyers with unbefitting billboards, Bob Odenkirk, Mike Mitchell and Mike Hanford come up with catchphrases for the tawdry attorneys.
To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the debut of "Sesame Street," Jason Sklar, Randy Sklar and Rob Riggle put an unpleasant twist on the names of beloved Muppet characters.
Donald Faison, Eliza Coupe and Deon Cole put an upsetting twist on the names of popular 90s bands.
For @midnight's final show in New York City, Stephen Colbert asks Jim Norton, Kurtz Metzger and Jesse Joyce to summarize The Big Apple using only three words.
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Gilbert Gottfried joins Hari Kondabolu, Bridget Everett and Jeffery Ross for the reading of a strange Craigslist post from one of New York City's many depraved perverts.
To celebrate @midnight's visit to The Big Apple, resident food critic Dave Hill samples some of the most popular dishes at Guy Fieri's New York City restaurant.
@midnight is visiting New York City, and Nikki Glaser, John Mulaney and Judah Friedlander celebrate by coming up with lackluster tourist attractions in The Big Apple.
A haunted house has been capturing candid pictures of startled visitors, and Aisha Tyler, Brian Posehn and Steve Agee must figure out what it is that’s scaring the guests.
It’s National Cat Day, and Steve Lemme, Kevin Heffernan and Jay Chandrasekhar celebrate by putting a feline-friendly twist on popular movie titles.
It's Halloween week, and Bobby Lee, Ari Shaffir and Doug Benson celebrate by putting a millennial twist on popular horror costumes.
Not all Halloween costumes are well-devised, so Dannah Phirman, Alison Becker and Rob Corddry come up with a few outfits that nobody would want to wear.
After seeing embarrassing viewer-submitted school photos, Scott Aukerman, Jon Daly and Brett Gelman come up with superlatives that the kids should have received.
After seeing bizarre infomercials for useless products, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Thomas Dale and Kurt Braunohler try to sell the items being advertised.
In honor of the BET Hip Hop Awards, Jonah Ray, Justin Willman and Mamrie Hart put a hip hop twist on famous book titles.
Matt Braunger, Jo Koy and Jen Kirkman guess why a spirited teen dancer featured on the local news suddenly lost his enthusiasm and then reveal their private Snapchats.
It's National Moldy Cheese Day, so Grace Helbig, Henry Zebrowski and Matt Mira celebrate by adding a rich and curdy twist to popular song titles.
To celebrate the new carnival-themed season of "American Horror Story: Freak Show," Sara Schaefer, Cash Levy and T.J. Miller list updated versions of circus oddities.
October has arrived, and Maria Bamford, James Adomian and Eddie Pepitone welcome the scariest month of the year by putting a chilling twist on the titles of famous musicals.
It's the anniversary of James Bond's film debut in "Dr. No," so Baron Vaughn, Alice Wetterlund and Dan Levy celebrate by ruining the titles of other movies in the franchise.
To celebrate the anniversary of Walt Disney World's opening, Emily Heller, Tim Minchin and Rhys Darby come up with upsetting amusement parks that nobody would want to visit.
Tom Lennon, Cameron Esposito and Daniel Sloss guess which question about Ebola actually appears on Yahoo Answers and then learn about a sexist shirt from DC Comics.
In celebration of National Video Game Day 2014, the comedians critique their Mii avatars, title a pervy new Super Mario game and list #StonerVideoGames.
To celebrate the debut of the new sitcom "Selfie," Heather Anne Campbell, Adam Newman and Mike Lawrence list millennial versions of popular TV shows.
A minor flub turns into a major meltdown between Paul F. Tompkins, Chris Hardwick, Greg Proops and John Hodgman on tonight's episode of @Midnight
The only thing better than Dane DeHaan fan fiction is Aubrey Plaza and Dane DeHaan reading Dane DeHaan fan fiction.
Chris Hardwick announces that Will Ferrell will host a new spinoff of Comedy Central's @midnight! Tune in tonight after the Colbert Report on Comedy Central.