Viacom International Media Networks has announced a line-up of shows to commemorate the occasion of Eid-El-Fitr. The special programming comprises a range of comedies, feature films and a mix of entertainment programmes for audiences of all age brackets.
Viacom’s “post-Ramadan” slate will appear on five channels: Comedy Central, Paramount Channel, Nickelodean, Nicktoons and Nick Jr.
Comedy Central will stream Stand Up Presents exclusively. The show will feature comedians Chris Garcia, Sarah Tiana, Mike Lawrence and more.
Other programmes that the channel will stream include Impractical Jokers, Key & Peele, as well as three new Roast Specials featuring Jeff Ross, new seasons of Tattoo Disaster, season 11 of Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders: Making The Team, and the Lip Sync Battle.
The channel will provide stream new episodes of documentary series Police Interceptors, season 5 of Broad City, season 2 of Corporate and season 3 of Are We There Yet?.
Also on air will be The Daily Show With Trevor Noah in which Trevor will host some famous personalities from the field of entertainment, politics and pop culture.
The line-up of special shows on Paramount Channel includes a number of classic films such as Daddy Day Care, Marley and Me, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls.
Waco will air exclusively on Paramount Channel. The six-part drama starring Micheal Shannon and Taylor Kitsch examines the events leading to a tragic siege 25 years ago.
Other shows streaming on Paramount Channel include No Strings Attached, Dance Flick and Bedazzled, Miles to Graceland, Kill Bill Vol.1, Hellboy, and DOA: Dead or Alive and more.
Nickelodeon has a line-up of shows for younger audiences. The shows include The Adventures of Motu Patlu, and a number of movie titles like Bixler High Private Eye, Rufus, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Nicktoons’ special line-up includes Breadwinners, Spongebob Squarepants and The Fairly Odd Parents.
Nick Jr. will stream a number of classic cartoons for the month of June. These shows include Blaze and the Monster Machines’ season 4, Sunny Day’s season 1, Max & Ruby’s season 7, Paw Patrol season 5, amd Abby Hatcher.