Get ready for a primetime filled with laughter this August only on Comedy Central

National, July 29, 2013: This August, gear up to laugh it off with three exciting shows on India’s only 24x7 laughter destination - Comedy Central. The channel offers the best & freshest comedy from all over India, month after month and this month it’s ready to introduce three of the most hilarious shows as part of its primetime line-up. Receiving worldwide acclamation and making their way into your home to take you on a laughter riot, ‘Hot in Cleveland’ premiers 5th August at 10pm with ‘Outsourced’ & ‘Mindy Project’ premiering on 12th August at 10.30pm and 11pm, every Monday to Wednesday on Comedy Central India!


Hot In Cleveland:

Hot in Cleveland is a series based on three 40-something best friends who are flying from Los Angeles to Paris when their plane makes an emergency landing in Cleveland. They realize that all the norms from Los Angeles doesn’t apply anymore, they decide to celebrate a city that values real women.

The show has won many awards from Best Television Episodic Comedy in EMA Awards in 2011 to Favorite Cable TV Comedy in The People’s Choice Awards in 2012 and Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor (Betty White) at Screen Actor Guild Awards for three consecutive years.

Celebrate the spirit of being a woman from August 5, 2013, Monday – Wednesday at 10.00pm only on Comedy Central.


Outsourced is an American sitcom that is set in an Indian workplace. The show focuses on Todd Dempsey, an American novelty products salesman who heads to India to train a group of customer service representatives, after his entire department is outsourced. The frolic begins when his employees working for the Mid America Novelties call center clash with other call center managers in the same building. Cultural differences and love-hate relationship between the employees and manager brings the comic quotient to the show.

The show was nominated in 2011 at People’s Choice Awards, NAMIC Vision Awards and Art Directors Guild under various categories.

Outsourced will premiere on August 12, 2013, Monday-Wednesday at 10.30pm only on Comedy Central

Mindy Project:

The sitcom reflects the life of a young gynaecologist, Mindy Lahiri. Her struggle to balance her personal and professional life is portrayed with a comic twist. She is surrounded by quirky co-workers who consistently add to the fun factor to her already adventurous life.

Nominated this year at prestigious awards like Writer’s Guild of America, Television Critics Association Award, Teen Choice Award and the most prominent- The People’s Choice Award in the category of Favorite New TV Comedy, the show has blown the minds of the audience throughout the globe with its witty one liners. The show also won the Gracie Allen Award for Outstanding Producer.

Witness the joyride, starting August 12, 2013, Monday – Wednesday at 11.00pm only on Comedy Central.

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