Comedy Central has picked up two sketch comedy series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Nick Kroll (Childrens Hospital, Cavemen) will headline his own show, eponymously titled The Nick Show Kroll. MADtv's Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have also signed on for an as-yet-untitled sketch series...
Comedy Central will just have to continue its search for another successful satirical news program; both Sports Show with Norm Macdonald and Onion SportsDome have been canceled, Deadline.com reports.
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Both series debuted to low numbers, with...
There's a secret to how Onion News Network anchor Brooke Alvarez keeps a straight face delivering stories like "Hundreds of Miners Still Trapped in Mining Jobs" or reports on a congressman having an affair with a horse.
"We keep her in an isolation chamber where she's cut off from the world so she thinks these stories are real," says Will Graham, exec producer of ONN, IFC's news satire show...
The Learys live in a New Jersey mansion that the Sopranos wouldn't find unfamiliar, and paterfamilias Patrick (Holt McCallany) made his money violently. But that's where the similarities end (some of them, anyway): Patrick (aka "Lights") is an ex-heavyweight boxing champ. Alas, retirement hasn't been good to Lights, and his money's running out (so, yes, he'll get mixed up with the mob). But Lights' story isn't all boxing-movie clichés. For starters, he's married to a med student (Catherine McCormack) and he's a responsible father. And when he's diagnosed with "pugilistic dementia" in the series opener, it's only the beginning of the story. — Paul Droesch
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