Showbiz Show with David Spade

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Comedy Central Cancels Sports Show With Norm Macdonald, Onion SportsDome

Norm MacDonald

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.

Tosh.0 renewed for fourth season — bring on more Rebecca Black!

Both series debuted to low numbers, with... read more

In the Works: A Day in the Life of Dannielynn's Daddy?

Larry Birkhead by Chris Weeks/WireImage.com

Larry Birkhead tells the New York Daily News he has an agreement-in-principle with a television producer to do a series sharing a "day in the life" look at the biological father of the late Anna Nicole Smith's daughter, Dannielynn.... ABC has given a pilot order to an untitled drama penned by Grey's Anatomy's Jill Soloway and produced by J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot. According to Variety, the series revolves around a cable-access psychologist who is forced to become a mobile notary.... Comedy Central is not renewing The Showbiz Show with David Spade — having decided, "I liked it the first time I saw it... as David Spade's Hollywood Minute" — while History Channel has picked up new seasons of The Universe and Cities of the Underworld. read more

Good Renews, Bad News

Comedy Central is bringing back The Showbiz Show with David Spade for a third season in February.... MTV2 has granted a third-season renewal to The Andy Milonakis Show.... ABC Family confirms that Three Moons over Milford, which premiered to just 1.6 million viewers and then saw its audience decline significantly, will not return for a second season. read more

WB BOOTS TWO

WB has benched for the time being both Living with Fran and Blue Collar TV, although both shows will remain in production. Melanie Griffith's Twins (the show, people) will take over Fran's slot, while an encore airing of Supernatural will be offered up to the 17 people who were choosing Blue Collar over the Housewives on Sunday at 9. read more

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Premiered: September 15, 2005, on Comedy Central
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: The comedian hosts this weekly satirical series that pokes fun at celebrity-driven shows such as `Entertainment Tonight' and `Access Hollywood.'

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