Comedy Central orders eight episodes of “Mash Up” showcases hosted by T.J. Miller
Turns out Comedy Central loved Mash Up, after all.
Almost a year since broadcasting the initial stand-up/film/visual comedy special from T.J. Miller and director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, Comedy Central has ordered eight new half-hour episodes of Mash Up. The original special featured Hannibal Buress, Kumail Nanjiani, Matt Braunger and Kyle Kinane.
I'd spoken to Vogt-Roberts two years ago when they were preparing to tape the initial showcase for Comedy Central.
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