By Dan Snierson
Updated March 29, 2016 at 07:00 PM EDT
Comedy Central

Tuesday was a day of renewal at Comedy Central.

The Daniel Tosh-hosted viral video wrap-up Tosh.0, which is currently airing season 8 episodes, will be back for a ninth season, the network announced. Inebriated historical reenactment series Drunk History, hosted by Derek Waters, also received an order for a fourth season, which will debut in September. As previously reported, Andy Daly’s Forrest MacNeil will critique one more round of life experiences as Review has been renewed for a third and final season. In addition, Ari Shaffir’s This is Not Happening, which is currently airing season 2, received a third-season pick-up.

The network issued a 10-episode extension of season 1 to Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, in which the comedian explores topics relating to sex and relationships through panel discussions and field pieces.

Comedy Central had previously announced renewals for Inside Amy Schumer, South Park, Broad City, and Workaholics. Freshman shows that won’t be returning include the Ben Stiller-produced Big Time in Hollywood, FL and the Rob Lowe-voiced Moonbeam City.

Digital series Alternatino, Nothin’s Easy, and Questionable Science also received renewals on Tuesday.