Added On Wed Jul 23 2014Drunk History [Ep. 204] BaltimoreAbraham Lincoln tries to avoid assassination on the way to his inauguration, Francis Scott Key writes "The Star-Spangled Banner," and Edgar Allan Poe feuds with Rufus Griswold. Featuring Charlie Day, Adrianne Palicki, Jesse Plemons and Jason Ritter.Brand New
Added On Wed Jul 16 2014Drunk History [Ep. 203] American MusicAlan Freed becomes one of the first radio DJs to broadcast rock 'n' roll, Kris Kristofferson gets his big break with some help from his hero, Johnny Cash, and Sylvia Robinson creates The Sugarhill Gang. Featuring Johnny Knoxville, Jack McBrayer and Retta.
Added On Tue Jul 08 2014Drunk History [Ep. 202] New York CityThe U.S. reluctantly accepts the Statue of Liberty, Sybil Ludington goes on an epic ride to warn of a British attack, and journalist Nellie Bly infiltrates a corrupt mental institution. Featuring Laura Dern, Taran Killam, Juno Temple and Matt Walsh.
Added On Tue Jul 08 2014Drunk History [Ep. 201] Montgomery, ALScientist Percy Julian overcomes racial barriers, Claudette Colvin refuses to give up her bus seat months before Rosa Parks’s famous protest, and Joe Louis fights German boxer Max Schmeling. Featuring Jordan Peele, Terry Crews and "Weird Al" Yankovic.
Derek Waters is the creator of "Drunk History," which began as a series of online shorts that garnered millions of views on YouTube and Funny or Die. Drunk History: Douglass & Lincoln, starring Will Ferrell and Don Cheadle, premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and won the award for Best American Short. As an actor, Waters' credits include the Farrelly Brothers' comedy "Hall Pass," a recurring role on the ABC sitcom "Suburgatory," and guest starring roles on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "The Middle."
DRUNK HISTORY presents historical re-enactments from A-list talent as told by inebriated storytellers. Host Derek Waters (Hall Pass), along with an ever-changing cast of great actors, will lead viewers from town to town across the country, including stops in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Nashville, San Francisco, Washington D.C., and the Wild West.