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Futurama Headed to Comedy Central?

Collider is reporting that Comedy Central has given a 13-episode order to Futurama.  Although it’s still unofficial, the site further reports that Futurama production offices have already opened and that casting is close to moving forward.

An official confirmation shouldn’t be too far out, perhaps coming this July at […]

Movie and TV Bites: The History Channel and Comedy Central Unveil TV Slates, Terminator Salvation Sequel Rights May Be Up For Grabs + more

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  • /Film has a rundown of several of the Pixar “easter eggs” hidden in their various films, including several possible ones for UpPhoto courtesy /Film.
  • Fox has released the following video of Fringe executive producer Jeff Pinkner discussing the final scene from Tuesday’s season finale.

  • Meanwhile, Fox has decided to discontinue its year-old strategy of airing fewer advertisements at higher prices. Fringe was one of those shows, so next season’s episodes likely won’t run as long. [WSJ]
  • The History Channel has announced their most extensive programming slate in its history, including a 12-part epic called America: The Story of Us chronicling the history of the United States from the pilgrims through to President Obama. Other new shows/events include Nostradamus Effect and MysteryQuest. [Variety]
  • On the strength of several exciting 7-game series, Versus has seen its NHL playoff numbers increase 18% in total viewers and 26% in men 18-49.  Last week’s game three between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals registered a record-high 1.49 million viewers for the network, making it the most-watched second-round hockey game since 2002 (when ESPN had the NHL rights). [Variety]

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Daily Show Gets Boost with Cramer Appearance

Thursday’s episode of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, featuring the highly anticipated interview with CNBC’s Jim Cramer, drew the show’s second largest audience of the year.  An average audience of 2.3 million viewers tuned in, ranking second only to January’s inauguration day episode, which delivered 2.6 million viewers.

Overall, the episode ranks in […]

Groening Leaving Door Open for More Futurama Episodes

While the fourth Futurama DVD/Blu-ray movie Into the Wild Green Yonder, which came out this past Tuesday, was suppose to be the final movie, creator Matt Groening tells CNN that he isn’t quite ready to say goodbye yet:

“We have a great relationship with Comedy Central and we would love to do more […]

Comic-Con 2008: Comedy Central’s “TV Funhouse”

Comedy Central’s two-hour panel on TV Funhouse began with a speech by Triumph the insult comedy dog and the panel included Smigel, Dino, Smigel, Dino Stamatopoulos (Morel Orel) and Tommy Blacha (Metalocalypse).  Odenkirk moderated the panel.  Here are the highlights courtesy TV Squad.

They showed clips from TV Funhouse. Dough Dale, the host of […]

‘Lil’ Bush Returning for a Second Season on March 13

Comedy Central has announced the return date for the second season of Lil’ Bush.  Details follow after the jump.

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Stewart, Colbert Returning on January 7

Comedy Central has confirmed that its latenite talk shows The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report are returning to air original episodes on January 7, two months after taking a break due to the WGA strike.

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Comedy Central and Jon Stewart Extend Contract for Two More Years

Comedy Central and Jon Stewart have reached terms to extend their contract with Stewart to host and executive produce The Daily Show for two more years, through 2010.

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Season/Series Premieres/Finales and Specials for Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Here are the list of season/series premiere(s)/finale(s) as well as special(s) that will be airing this evening.

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Comedy Central Renews “Lil’ Bush” and “Mind of Mencia”

Comedy Central has announced renewals for both Lil Bush and Mind of Mencia.

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South Park to get the Hi-Def Treatment

Comedy Central’s South Park will be made available in high-definition for the first time beginning this Thursday.

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The Sarah Silverman Program Renewed

Comedy Central has issued a quick renewal for their freshman comedy The Sarah Silverman Program.

The network has ordered 14 episodes of the second season, which will premiere in the fall of this year.

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