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Henry VIII's Tudor Palace will host a comedy night on June 17. Alan Davies for Hampton Court Palace show The prize is given to the "worthy heirs to the earliest silent film comedians". Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer win slapstick award Sharon Horgan and John Session will star in the forthcoming third series. Terry Wogan joins Moone Boy series 3 The actor said that he was unsure if a new project would happen with the BBC. Richard Wilson for BBC sitcom? Romesh Ranganathan also reveals his worst ever drunk moment. Drunk History: Romesh on curry with Hitler The show features comedians getting drunk and recounting stories from history. Drunk History: Watch new episode clips There will reportedly be a "meet, greet and free photo opportunity" at the event. Dapper Laughs returns to gig circuit Mrs Brown's Boys creator says there's "other stuff" the BBC are keen for him to do. O'Carroll working on new BBC One show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt comes from Tina Fey and stars Ellie Kemper. Netflix's Kimmy Schmidt gets first trailer The new ITV2 show will debut on Thursday, February 5 at 10pm. Watch Keith Lemon spoof Kim Kardashian Father Ted writer bemoans the decision to drop his sitcom after three episodes. BBC drops Graham Linehan's The Walshes Rich Fulcher has penned the pilot, and will also star in the title role. Channel 4 orders porn shop sitcom pilot Mortdecai's Johnny Depp and Paul Bettany talk fake 'taches and comedy heroes. Johnny Depp reveals his comedy heroes Rowan Atkinson will return as the daft character for a one-off sketch in March. Mr Bean returning for Comic Relief The Whiplash actor will front the January 31 edition of the show. JK Simmons to host Saturday Night Live Parody specialist will perform in London as part of his 2015 'Mandatory' tour. Weird Al to play in London and Dublin The Louie star will make history with fourth New York show. Louis CK adds historic fourth MSG show The pair, who have written and star in the new sitcom, talk to Digital Spy. Delaney and Horgan talk C4's Catastrophe The shows will air on April 9 at 10pm and 10.30pm respectively. Louie, The Comedians get FX premiere dates The standup comedian will work with the network on Better Things. FX orders Louis CK comedy pilot Jack Whitehall will also appear in the BBC comedy's second series. Sheridan Smith among Inside No 9 guests A liquored-up Andrew Maxwell recounts the story of grave robbers Burke and Hare. Watch clips from Drunk History episode 2 The comedian is to run for the newly-formed Free United Kingdom Party (FUKP). Al Murray to stand in general election Suzanne Cryer is joining the comedy show as a series regular. HBO's Silicon Valley adds Suzanne Cryer The Louie comedian announces surprise gig at historic venue. Louis CK to play Madison Square Garden Mathew Horne and Marek Larwood also star in the Drunk History re-enactment. Watch a drunk Rob Beckett on Henry VIII The Oracle and Noreen return for Lesley's big quiz in this week's ITV comedy. Watch Johnny Vegas's Benidorm return clip Ricky Gervais mocks celebrity culture in return to the Golden Globe Awards. Ricky Gervais returns to Golden Globes Friends star pretends to be Joey's fictional neurosurgeon on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Matt LeBlanc revives Dr Drake Ramoray Stewart Lee previews material ahead of his next Comedy Vehicle series. Stewart Lee announces Soho shows Simon Amstell is surprised that the Queen isn't often embarrassed. Watch Simon Amstell wow The Tonight Show The comedian defends Nigel Farage and his party. Jim Davidson: 'I feel sorry for UKIP' Justin Bieber models alongside David Walliams's wife Lara Stone. Walliams jokes about Bieber's Calvins The entertainer was not sure if he really deserved the honour. James Corden considered turning down OBE "If you sliced the BBC in half, the Guardian newspaper would fall out." Jim Davidson: 'The BBC are all lefties' Stewart Lee, Katherine Ryan and Alan Carr are going on tour. 11 stand-ups to look forward to in 2015 Parks and Recreation star will be honoured with a parade and comedy roast later this month. Amy Poehler wins Hasty Pudding prize Tina Fey's comedy series is debuting in March this year. Netflix confirms Kimmy Schmidt launch date Gabby Best and Jayde Adam are among the names added to the comedy gala. Comics added to Refuge stand-up gala Linehan says that his sitcom will need to be altered to work in the US. IT Crowd US 'different from original'