Fri 27 Oct 2017, 12:12
In the meantime you can catch our top six favorite comedy movies of all time on Showmax.
You will laugh yourself silly when the second season of Most Ridiculous comes to Comedy Central (DStv Channel 122) on Monday 6 November and DStv Now for (Android and iOS) at 21:00.
Watch viral videos where the unwitty fall flat on their faces while trying to be the next YouTube sensation, and at times the videos are downright cute. The episodes from the new season include Gym Disasters, Talent Shows and Penguins and Other Wildlife to mention a few.
Before the fun begins you can check out the following comedy movies on Showmax to get you ready for the new season of Most Ridiculous.
The crew is back together again for their high school reunion in the fourth instalment of the American Pie series. It’s been 13 years since their last meeting, one thing is for sure they might be older, but they're still as whacky as ever.
Forget the Old MacDonald jingle, because the animals on this farm certainly know how to get down and boogie … that is of course when no human is watching. This computer-generated movie follows a carefree cow named Otis who suddenly has to grow up when tragedy hits the barnyard.
Two lovebirds must deal with an old lady who makes their lives difficult. The tenant proves to be a thorn in their side as they look to settle into their new dream duplex.
Watch the romantic comedy starring Eddie Murphy as an overweight Professor Sherman Klump who goes all out to be skinny with a disastrous outcome.
Initially starting out as friends with benefits Emma (Natalie Portman) and Adam (Ashton Kutcher) soon find out that when the love bug bites, it bites hard.
The sequel to Meet the Parents is the equally funny comedy film, Meet the Fockers which sees Gaylord "Greg" Focker (Ben Stiller) and his future bride Pam Byrnes(Teri Polo) introduce the parents with hilarious results.
Watch these movies and much more on Showmax. And don’t forget to tune in for season two of Most Ridiculous Monday 6 November on Comedy Central (DStv Channel 122) and DStv Now at 21:00.