Nathan for You is an American docu-reality comedy television series starring Canadian comedian Nathan Fielder. The series was co-created by Fielder and premiered on February 28, on the American cable television network Comedy Central. The last of the 32 episodes of Nathan for You aired on November 9, On October 17, , Comedy Central announced the show will not return for a fifth season.
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'Nathan For You' Will Not Return to Comedy Central
His desire to help Bill is thus a hand outstretched from one weird loner to another. The episode culminates in a big stunt in which Nathan — disguised, with facial prosthetics and a bodysuit, as a socially inept, part-time arcade worker named Corey — performs a tightrope walk for a breast-cancer charity in order to make Corey look like a national hero. Sensing that Bill, who never married or had children, needs practice talking to women, Nathan hires an escort named Maci. Bill wants to approach her front door with cameras in tow, but Nathan convinces him to at least call her first. He does, and over the course of a fifteen-minute conversation, he loses his nerve and he and Nathan end up driving away.
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Most people understand the difference between documentaries, which are real, and scripted shows, which are fictional. However, sometimes his ideas are so ridiculous that it's hard to believe the employees aren't in on the joke. Scroll down to answer all your burning questions about the series. Nathan is always ready with a quip. The Nathan you see on-screen isn't exactly real — it's actually an exaggerated version of the comedian, which he says is inspired by his actual issues with social anxiety.
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