Comedy Club (Russia)

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Comedy Club
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Also known as Комеди клаб
Format Stand-up comedy,
Sketch comedy,
Comedy, Variety
Created by Artashes Sarkisyan
Country of origin Russia
Original language(s) Russian
No. of episodes 274 (as of February 12, 2011)
Production
Executive producer(s) Garik Martirosyan
Artur Dzhanibekyan
Location(s) Moscow, Russia
Production company(s) Comedy Club Production
Broadcast
Original channel TNT
Original run April 23, 2005 – present
Chronology
Related shows Nasha Rasha
Faina Yukraina
Nasha Belorasha
External links
Website

Comedy Club is a Russian stand-up comedy TV show broadcast by the Russian TNT channel since April 23, 2005.

Long-time residents of the club are Garik Martirosyan, Timur Batrutdinov, Garik Kharlamov, Pavel Volya, Alexandr Revva, Alexander Nezlobin and others. The show host is Garik Martirosyan.

Comedy Club headquarters are located in Moscow.

Ukraine and Belarus[edit]

Comedy Club has developed spin offs in Ukraine (Comedy Club UA), Belarus (Comedy Club Belarus), St Petersburg ("Comedy Club Peter-style"), Rostov-on-Don ("Comedy Club Rostov-style"). The residents of the developed branches perform regularly in Moscow and some like "Elvis" from the Peter-style, the "Chekhov duet" from the Ukraine are even shown on TNT channel. On April 29, 2007 in Comedy Club Moscow an African - Lubinda from the Rostov-style debuted signaling the internationalizing of Comedy Club.

Residents[edit]

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