BY ALEX RUSSELL
Comedy Central has never been afraid to try something new.
Every year the network adds a big handful of new programs to their heavy-hitter lineup of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report, South Park, Tosh.0 and until very recently, not much else. Shows like Workaholics and Key and Peele are hitting their strides. Those six shows and a willingness to pay for Futurama, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and other can’t-miss shows bought from other networks have put them in a very safe space.