Comedy Central won't be sobering up anytime soon.
On Tuesday, the network announced renewals for seven series, including "Drunk History." The boozy reenactment show will return for a fourth season in September.
To the delight of comedy nerds everywhere, the network also announced that "Review," which stars Andy Daly as a professional critic who reviews everyday experiences, will return for a third season. The bad news is it will also be the show's last.
The long-running viral-video show "Tosh.0" will also be back for a ninth season. The series, hosted by comedian Daniel Tosh, recently celebrated its 200-episode milestone.
The late-night storytelling show "This Is Not Happening" will return for a third season.
The network also ordered an additional season of the digital series "Alternatino," "Nothin's Easy," "Questionable Science"; it has extended the first season of "Not Safe With Nikki Glaser" by an additional 10 episodes.
Comedy Central previously announced renewals for Season 5 of "Inside Amy Schumer," Seasons 4 and 5 of "Broad City," Seasons 6 and 7 of "Workaholics" and Seasons 20-23 of "South Park."
The network will make its presentation before advertisers, media buyers and journalists on Thursday in New York.
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