Trevor Moore is pitch perfect in the Comedy Central world premiere of Trevor Moore: High In Church, debuting on Friday, March 6 at Midnight ET/PT. For fans that can't wait for Moore's new material, the special will be available on March 2 on CC: Stand-Up Direct.
After making a deal with the Illuminati, Moore, head writer for The Whitest Kids U' Know, recorded his first solo one-hour special, High In Church, at The Gramercy Theatre in New York City. Accompanied by a full live band, dancing girls and music videos, Moore performs an hour of brand-new sketches and songs spanning all musical genres. Moore's hilarious and catchy songs cover everything from gay marriage, bullying and a parallel Kitty Universe where all of human history is recounted by cats.
Leading up to the on-air premiere, Comedy Central Stand-Up will feature preview clips from the special. Fans can follow Moore on Twitter at @itrevormoore, and tweet using the hashtag #HighInChurch to join the social chatter around the special.
Trevor Moore: High In Church will be available on March 7 in the Comedy Central App to fans that sign in via their cable or satellite provider. The Comedy Central App is available for free for iOS on the App Store, on Chromecast, for Android on the Google Play store, and for Xbox One.
The extended and uncensored version of Trevor Moore: High In Church will be available for download on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Xbox Video, Sony Entertainment Network, Vudu and Google Play on March 10. The digital album also will be available on that date on iTunes, Amazon MP3, Google Play, Spotify and all streaming services.
A comedian, actor, musician, writer, director and producer, Moore's 2013 musical comedy album, Drunk Texts To Myself, was released to rave reviews on Comedy Central Records featuring ten new comedic songs.
A founding member and leader of the sketch comedy group, The Whitest Kids U' Know, Moore is currently touring the country both as a solo act and with "Whitest Kids." Their self-titled comedy show ran for five seasons on the IFC Network and their videos have over 100 million views on YouTube. Trevor co-wrote and co-directed the "Whitest Kids" first film, The Civil War on Drugs, which premiered on IFC in 2012. Moore was a regular correspondent on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He co-directed, co-wrote and starred in the Fox Searchlight film Miss March, and was seen alongside Christian Slater in the Fox TV series, Breaking In.
Trevor Moore: High In Church is executive produced by Moore, John Irwin, Dave Rath, Kara Welker and Nicholaus Goossen. JoAnn Grigioni and Jordan Ellner are the Executives in Charge for Comedy Central.
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