If you have recently found yourself sitting around, hoping and wishing that Tosh.0 would be renewed until the end of time, good news: Comedy Central has, for some reason, opted to renew Daniel Tosh's comedy series for not one, not two, but three more years, meaning that the show will be in our lives until at least 2016.
According to Deadline, Comedy Central's president, Kent Alterman, commented on the renewal in a statement: "We believe Tosh.0 has the potential to resonate with our audience, and we want to give it time to connect." Aww, he made a little joke. Seriously—Tosh.0 is actually the number one series amongst Men 18-24 on Tuesday nights, and it currently averages about 3 million viewers an episode. Those are good ratings.
Tosh, to his credit, didn't give a snarky response to the renewal: "I am extremely fortunate and very grateful that I can continue to work with such fun and talented people on a very supportive network. Sorry for the lack of snark – I will leave that open for the comments section."
The upcoming season six will be the first to air under this new deal, and will reportedly consist of 30 episodes set to kick off on February 18. The fifth season, which has been airing this year, is set to air its finale tonight on Comedy Central at 10 p.m. ET.