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"Very Funny" Business: Office, Earl Land on TBS

NBC's Emmy-winning comedy series The Office will join the TBS lineup this fall — with repeats, people, repeats — it was announced on Thursday. "The Office is not only a top-notch sitcom, but also one of the most relatable comedies on television," says Ken Schwab, senior vice president of programming for TBS and TNT. "It's a wonderful addition to our lineup, and we’re thrilled to bring it to our audience of comedy lovers."That's what she said![Crickets] OK, the joke doesn't really work in this instance.UPDATE: NBC's My Name Is Earl is also TBS-bound, though not until fall 2009. As for The Office, to those fearing "burnout," the cabler will only air two episodes a week (back-to-back) for the first two years of the deal.

Matt Mitovich

NBC's Emmy-winning comedy series The Office will join the TBS lineup this fall - with repeats, people, repeats - it was announced on Thursday. " The Office is not only a top-notch sitcom, but also one of the most relatable comedies on television," says Ken Schwab, senior vice president of programming for TBS and TNT. "It's a wonderful addition to our lineup, and we're thrilled to bring it to our audience of comedy lovers."
That's what she said!
[ Crickets]
OK, the joke doesn't really work in this instance.
UPDATE: NBC's My Name Is Earl is also TBS-bound, though not until fall 200 9. As for The Office, to those fearing "burnout," the cabler will only air two episodes a week (back-to-back) for the first two years of the deal.