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Title Card (2011-present) Format Comedy Created by Daniel Tosh
Mike Gibbons Directed by Scott Zabielski Presented by Daniel Tosh Country of origin United States Language(s) English No. of seasons 4 No. of episodes 101 (List of episodes) Production Executive producer(s) Daniel Tosh
Mike Gibbons
Scott Tomlinson Running time 21 minutes Broadcast Original channel Comedy Central Picture format 16:9 HDTV Original run June 4, 2009 – present External links Website

Tosh.0 (pronounced /ˈtɒʃ ˌpɔɪnt ˈoʊ/, "Tosh point oh") is an American television serieshosted by comedian Daniel Tosh, who provides commentary on online video clips, society, celebrities, and other parts of popular culture and stereotypes.

Contents #########
  • 1 History
  • 2 Format
  • 3 Episodes
  • 4 Home video
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
History

Tosh.0 premiered on Comedy Central on June 4, 2009, starring Daniel Tosh. It focuses on Internet viral videos, sharing a set-up similar to that of Web Soup.[1] The first season proved a surprise hit, averaging over a million viewers per episode. Within 10 weeks of its premiere, Tosh.0 became the second-most-watched cable network show in its timeslot among 18–34-year-old males, a sought-after advertising demographic.[2]

The show was originally scheduled for only 10 episodes, but as its popularity increased, Comedy Central extended the first season to 16 episodes.[3] On December 2009, it was announced that Comedy Central had renewed the show for a full second season, with 25 episodes. The second season was set to debut on January ##, ####.###

## April 8, 2010, Comedy Central confirmed that the show has been renewed for a third season.[5]### began on January ##, ####,####### was put on break 10 episodes into the season on March 15, 2011. The show returned and aired eleven more episodes starting on May 17, 2011, and finished out the season with nine more episodes in September. In June 2010, the summer season premiere of the show was the #1 show on its timeslot among men within the ages of 18-24. With nearly 2 million viewers, the episode was the most-watched episode of the series.[7] This record was quickly broken by the July 7 episode, which had up to 2.4 million viewers, and the July 28 episode would attract 2.7 million viewers, again winning the time slot and being the most-watched show on television that day among men 18-24, and 25-34. The July 28 episode was also the top cable show that night for adults 18-49.[8]

On September 19th, 2012, Comedy Central announced that the show would be renewed for a fifth season consisting of 30 episodes.[9]

Format This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may #########################.(March 2012)

Each episode begins with a cold open of a clip from an online video. Tosh makes humorous comments and jokes about the video, and proceeds to do so for a selection of other videos and/or pictures. During this time, for one video or picture, he sees how many comments he can "post" about it, acting as if he were commenting on a video sharing site such as YouTube, stating he gives himself "20 seconds". He noted, however, in the second season, that the "20 seconds on the clock ... ends when I run out of jokes".[10] The last video in this section will go into a "Video Breakdown" segment, where Tosh discusses various elements of said video, pausing several times to comment. In every episode to date, Daniel Tosh has concluded this segment by thanking the recorder for making the footage publicly available, specifically saying, "and for that, we thank you."

Most episodes feature a "Web Redemption", where Tosh invites a person or group that has a video on the Internet to be on the show. Usually, the video features the person in an embarrassing situation. They are invited to explain their video, interact with Tosh, and recreate the video. During the recreation, the guests will try to place themselves in a more positive light. In one of the web redemptions, Tosh pretends to spend days trapped in an elevator with Nick White, whose 41 hours trapped in a New York elevator were chronicled byThe New Yorker and posted on YouTube in 2008.[11] Besides the Web Redemption, there has also been a "Web Reunion", in which a group that Tosh has enjoyed is invited to perform again for the show, a "Web Remix", in which a music artist is invited to remix a song they wrote, and a "Web Investigation", in which Tosh investigates a confusing video by interviewing the subject of the video. One episode had a "Web Retreat" where he went hiking with Paul Vasquez from the viral video Double Rainbow.[12]

Other recurring segments include a segment "Is it Racist?", where Tosh invites people to vote on any racial stereotypes presented in a video. There is also a "Viewer Video of the Week", where viewers of the show can submit their own movies to be shown on the air. The rest of the content in an episode varies, whether it is a video presented by a celebrity guest, a random video that is presented as a weekly video despite it being the only one ("Topless Pogo Stunt of the Week", ########## of the Week", etc.), or Tosh attempting to recreate a video. Another occasional segment is "Spoiler Alert" featuring Tosh performing a humorous rundown of an unusual movie, an edited version of the segment appears on the show while the longer uncut version is posted to the website; films featured in the segment have been OrphanTiptoes, and The Human Centipede, the last of which is currently the most popular video on the Tosh.0website.

Another recurring bit involves Tosh's wardrobe. At the beginning of each new batch of episodes/new season, he reveals what he will be wearing for those episodes. Choices so far include hoodies ##################### 1), casual jackets and deep v-necks (Season 2), collared shirts, exposed arms and collegiate apparel (Season 3), high fashion, sneakers, and overly priced concert t-shirts with stubble(Season 4).

In each episode, just before the final commercial break, Tosh references a different canceled Comedy Central show; for example, "We'll be right back with more Shorties Watchin' Shorties."

During the live broadcasts of his show, Daniel Tosh invites viewers on the East Coast to join him in "live tweeting" when he chats with fans via ###################.[13]

During one period of the fourth season, at the end of each episode, an audience member stands up and shouts something at Tosh just before the credits roll; for example, a man stood up and shouted #### ####!# and pelted Tosh with tomatoes.

Episodes Main article: List of Tosh.0 episodes Home video

On June 12, 2012, Tosh.0: Hoodies was released on DVD and Blu-ray containing the first 10 episodes of Tosh.0 season one. Another DVD and Blu-ray release #########Tosh.0: Deep V's is scheduled to be released on December ##, ####.#################, the entire 



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