Comedian Lil Duval brings a new light to what it means to be American in his new show Ain’t That America with Lil Duval, which airs on MTV2. On the show, which has been described as a cross between Tosh.0 and Chapelle’s Show, Duval examines American pop culture through sketches from Internet videos and jokes while hosting in front of a live studio audience. Duval is no stranger to the network, making appearances on Guy Code and Hip-Hop Squares, but the creation of his own show gives him the opportunity to showcase his unique style of humor.
Since the premiere two weeks ago, Ain’t That America has proven to be a hit among viewers. It has been ranked the second highest-rated telecast in MTV2 history and pulled in over 800,000 total viewers adding #1 original cable series in its time slot to its list of achievements.
Check out this clip from tonight’s episode in which we see what happens when old people try to live it up over Spring Break. It feature comedians Chris DiStefano, Donnell Rawlings and Carly Aquilino of Girl Code fame!