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NiteClub

Genre

Live-action, sketch comedy

Created by

Leonid Pankavuranov

Executive producer

Leonid Pankavuranov (1982-1985) Mikhail Pankavuranov (1982-present)
Rurik Pankavuranov (2010-present)

Produced by

Pankavuranov Pictures

Starring

(See List of NiteClub cast members)

Country of origin

Margovya

No. of seasons

38

No. of episodes

927 (List of episodes)

Original run

April 9, 1982 — present

NiteClub is a Margovyan live-action sketch comedy show created by Leonid Pankavuranov for Make Me Laugh Margovya. The show began broadcast on April 9, 1982 with only Mikhail Pankavuranov, Borislav Okurev, Yulian Markovsky, Jamal Lamitalovsky, and Konrad Kortesov as regulars, with one to two guest stars per episode. The show airs from 2230 to 0000 hours (UTC - 05:00) every Friday night.

The show features regular sketches which vary from episode to episode, plus recurring segments that usually appear in each episode for at least a full season. The longest-standing segment is the Parody Corner, a segment in which Mikhail Pankavuranov (and later, other regulars and guest stars) parody a song, which has been a recurring segment since the show's premiere in 1982. A variant of the segment, called Parody Corner Censored, was introduced in 2009 by Conrada Cortesova, in which she will sing a song in its original lyrics, but random words will be censored, usually innocent words that will sound dirty when covered by the bleep.

Some of the most notable segments include: I Wanna Stand-Up (1984-present), in which a regular or a guest star will perform stand-up comedy based on usually obscure topics; Gregoriy & Mstislav (1989-1994), a continuous skit played by Gregoriy Umalin and Mstislav Enerkov; MicNite (1993-2005; 2017-present), a rap battle segment between a "defending champion" and a "challenger," in which whoever "wins" the battle will come back the next episode to defend his/her title; and Advice from the Speedster (1996-2009), in which the "Speedster" (played by Gennady Elemat, later Mark Vizinsky) reads letters and answers phone calls, then gives advice to the sender, all the while driving, usually at top speed, on a highway.

The show has broadcast a total of 927 episodes upon the conclusion of the thirty-eighth season on May 1, 2020, making it the longest-running sketch comedy show in Margovya. The show was approved for a 27-episode thirty-ninth season, which is set to begin broadcast on November 13, 2020.

History[]

Cast members[]

Main Article: List of NiteClub cast members

Current regular cast members
  • Mikhail Pankavuranov (1982-present)
  • Conrada Cortesova (1982-1989; 2008-present)
  • Faddey Lebistrov (1983-present)
  • Ivan Radoslavovsky (1984-present)
  • Gregoriy Umalin (1984-1994; 2005-present)
  • Anton Movchovich (1987-present)
  • Mstislav Enerkov (1989-present)
  • Billy Moe (1989-present)
  • Mark Vizinsky (1991-present)
  • Pavel Lavrentiyevsky (1992-present)
  • Karl Tramvitumov (1994-present)
  • Hafimwahlid Talnaev (1996-2003; 2018-present)
  • Stanislav Arigov (1999-present)
  • Raum Kirilenko (2001-present)
  • Orental Gibitov (2002-present)
  • Irina Adzhitekova (2002-2006; 2016-present)
  • Aleksei Kirilenko (2003-present)
  • Aleksiya Janduva (2004-present)
  • Ustin Kubasov (2006-present)
  • Maria Atolova (2008-2010; 2018-present)
  • Ravil Yanenko (2008-present)
  • Nikolay Barzilovich (2008-present)
  • Galina Ginigina (2010-present)
  • Tatiana Vinogradova (2011-present)
  • Dmitriya Shevchova (2013-present)
  • Olga Grisenko (2013-present)
  • Mikhail Umalin (2015-present)
  • Yehoshua Rosenberger (2015-present)
  • Mikhail Chernashenko (2015-present)
  • Marko Fomayev (2016-present)
  • Alakdan Ozamov (2016-present)
  • Vladimir Afanasyev (2017-present)
  • Polina Cherkashina (2017-present)
  • Maksim Gilbatrov (2018-present)
  • Yekaterina Gomzova (2019-present)

Segments[]

Main Article: List of NiteClub segments

Episodes[]

Main Article: List of NiteClub episodes

Season No. of episodes Original Airdate
Season Premiere Season Finale
1 37 April 9, 1982 April 29, 1983
2 24 October 7, 1983 April 27, 1984
3 25 October 5, 1984 May 3, 1985
4 24 October 11, 1985 May 2, 1986
5 24 October 10, 1986 May 1, 1987
6 26 October 9, 1987 May 13, 1988
7 26 October 7, 1988 May 12, 1989
8 23 October 20, 1989 May 4, 1990
9 24 October 12, 1990 May 3, 1991
10 24 October 11, 1991 May 1, 1992
11 25 October 9, 1992 May 7, 1993
12 24 October 8, 1993 April 29, 1994
13 25 October 7, 1994 May 5, 1995
14 25 October 6, 1995 May 3, 1996
15 27 October 4, 1996 May 16, 1997
16 23 October 17, 1997 May 1, 1998
17 24 October 9, 1998 April 30, 1999
18 24 October 8, 1999 April 28, 2000
19 24 October 6, 2000 April 27, 2001
20 23 October 12, 2001 April 26, 2002
21 23 October 11, 2002 April 25, 2003
22 23 October 10, 2003 April 23, 2004
23 23 October 15, 2004 April 29, 2005
24 23 October 14, 2005 April 28, 2006
25 24 October 13, 2006 May 4, 2007
26 25 October 12, 2007 May 9, 2008
27 24 October 3, 2008 April 24, 2009
28 26 September 25, 2009 April 30, 2010
29 24 October 8, 2010 April 29, 2011
30 22 October 14, 2011 April 20, 2012
31 23 October 12, 2012 April 26, 2013
32 23 October 11, 2013 April 25, 2014
33 23 October 10, 2014 April 24, 2015
34 23 October 9, 2015 April 22, 2016
35 24 October 7, 2016 April 28, 2017
36 24 October 6, 2017 April 27, 2018
37 25 October 5, 2018 May 3, 2019
38 24 October 11, 2019 May 1, 2020
39 27 November 13, 2020 TBA

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