The cast of Workaholics won't be punching out anytime soon.
Comedy Central has ordered two more seasons of the office single-camera comedy, the cable network announced Saturday at the winter TV previews.
"When I realized Workaholics is not a reality show, it made me appreciate the guys' talent that much more," Comedy Central's Head of Original Programming and Production, Kent Alterman said in a statement. "It only seems right that we would renew for two seasons."
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Comedy Central has given a pilot order for the web series Broad City, starring former Upright Citizens Brigade members Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the network announced Monday.
Amy Poehler will be one of the pilot's executive producers.
TV Guide Network's original comedy series StandUp in Stilettos will return for a second season in November, the network announced Monday.
The Office's Kate Flannery will also return as the show's host. "There are so many great, funny women we couldn't fit them all in one season. Not even close!" said Flannery, who plays Meredith Palmer on the NBC workplace comedy.
And Comedy Central's next roast victim is... Roseanne Barr!
The comedienne will be roasted in a special that will air on Sunday, Aug. 12 at 10/9c. The event will be taped on Saturday, Aug. 4.
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School is in session on Comedy Central! The cable network has purchased the rights to air repeats of Community.
The first three seasons of the NBC comedy will start airing in fall of 2013. "Within the chaos of the current media landscape we are fortunate that we live in a timeline where Community comes to Comedy Central," the network's Executive Vice President of Program Strategy & Multiplatform Programming David Bernath said in a statement. "Our staff is celebrating with...
The Colbert Report will resume Monday after production was unexpectedly shut down due to "unforeseen circumstances" on Wednesday and Thursday.
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The Colbert Report unexpectedly shut down production on Wednesday and Thursday of this week for "unforeseen circumstances," and the New York Post reports that Stephen Colbert took the break to care for his ailing 91-year-old mother in South Carolina.