Preview season 2 of Adam Devine’s House Party on Comedy Central

The second season of Adam Devine’s House Party premieres tonight on Comedy Central at 10:30 p.m., before settling into its regular time slot, overnight Thursdays at 12:30 a.m. Eastern/Pacific (11:30 p.m. Central/Mountain).

The Comic’s Comic interviewed Devine before season one of his “House Party” debuted in 2013. This year, Devine has ditched the SoCal mansion for more historic digs in a New Orleans bar he’s taken over for the tapings.

Here’s an extended preview. Roll the clip!

Tonight’s premiere features a king cake injury (?), a mixup involving meds and booze (never do that), plus stand-up from Ian Karmel, Aparna Nancherla and Brendan Lynch.

Let’s check out clips from that, shall we?

Ian Karmel on how he has the wrong name:

Brendan Lynch on glory holes and pallbearers?

Aparna Nancherla on pursuing her real dream through comedy:

Then on Thursday, Devine welcomes Randy Liedtke, Rob Christensen, Kristen Schaal and a prank on Kyle Newacheck.

The rest of the 10-episode second season includes appearances and performances by Kurt Braunohler, Nikki Glaser, Erik Griffin and Kristen Schaal, as well as up-and-coming talent: Cy Amundson, Rell Battle, Tone Bell, Billy Bonnell, Mike Bridenstine, Rob Christensen, Kevin Christy, Thomas Dale, Rick Glassman, Sabrina Jalees, Matteo Lane, Randy Liedtke, Monroe Martin, John McKeever, Alingon Mitra, Sam Morril, Joe Pera, Crystian Ramirez, Ben Roy, Nick Rutherford, Mark Serritella, Dave Thomason and Jesus Trejo.

Follow along on Twitter via #AdamsParty

If you miss the episodes on the TV, check the day after broadcasts on the Comedy Central App, and in SD and HD on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Xbox Video, Google Play, Sony Entertainment Network, and Vudu.

Produced by Avalon Television, “Adam Devine’s House Party” is executive produced by Devine; Scotty Landes; Avalon’s Jon Thoday, Richard Allen-Turner, David Martin, and Isaac Horne; and fellow “Workaholic” Kyle Newacheck, who also directs the series. Toni Magon and Christian McLaughlin are the Executives in Charge of Production for Comedy Central.

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