Continuing its tradition of showcasing tomorrow's leading comedy talents, HBO COMEDY HALF-HOUR presents two more new weekly editions this February. The fourth season continues with shows starring WARREN HUTCHERSON, debuting FRIDAY, FEB. 13 (midnight-12:30 a.m. ET), and KATHLEEN MADIGAN, debuting FRIDAY, FEB. 20 (midnight-12:30 a.m. ET).
Other playdates: Hutcherson, Feb. 16 (11:45 p.m.) and 19 (1:20 a.m.); Madigan, Feb. 23 (12:30 a.m.) and 26 (1:55 a.m.).
The new editions of HBO COMEDY HALF-HOUR were taped at San Francisco's Broadway Studios.
Warren Hutcherson made his HBO debut on a 1991 "Young Comedians Show" and has also been seen on "Russell Simmons' Def Comedy All-Star Jam." He served as both producer and supervising producer on the long-running comedy series "Living Single," created and executive produced the comedy series "Built to Last," has written for "Saturday Night Live" and "Townsend Television," and performed stand-up on "Late Night with David Letterman."
Kathleen Madigan made her HBO debut on a 1991 "Women of the Night" special. She was recently named "Best Female Stand-up Comedian" at the American Comedy Awards, and has performed at such venues as the Montreal Comedy Festival and London's Comedy Store.
Previous editions of HBO COMEDY HALF-HOUR have starred David Cross, Jeff Garlin, Janeane Garofalo, Adele Givens, Bobcat Goldthwait, Eddie Griffin, Kathy Griffin, Steve Harvey, Jonathan Katz, Carlos Mencia, Patton Oswalt, Chris Rock, Ray Romano and Harland Williams.
The producer and director of the HBO COMEDY HALF-HOUR is Troy Miller; executive producer, Mike Middeleer; co-producer, John Saade.