Day: April 4, 2014

FXX orders new Tracy Morgan series in big renewal pact with RCG pushing It’s Sunny In Philadelphia to season 12

FXX so much wants It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia to be a part of its primetime programming for the next three years, that it not only renewed the sitcom for seasons 11-12 already, but also ordered an untitled Tracy Morgan sitcom straight to series with 10 episodes because the It’s Always Sunny guys created it. “The Untitled Tracy Morgan Project” will debut in January 2015, alongside season 10 of It’s Always Sunny. RCG Productions, named for Sunny stars Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton, created the untitled sitcom vehicle for Morgan and will executive produce it with showrunner...

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John Mulaney offers first glimpse of FOX’s “Mulaney” on Late Night with Seth Meyers

Blink and you missed it! It doesn’t have a premiere date on FOX yet, but Mulaney, the starring sitcom vehicle for stand-up comedian John Mulaney, debuted the first clip from its first six episodes on Thursday night’s Late Night with Seth Meyers on NBC. Meyers introduced Mulaney with a clip from the first episode, in which “John Mulaney” first meets his new TV boss, Lou, played by Martin Short. “Do I have a meeting with a Jay Mulaylay?” Lou asked his secretary/assistant, Donna, over the speakerphone. “Yes, he’s the comedian that’s on the Internet,” she replies. “Ohhh. That one....

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Kelly K-Dubb Walker on The Arsenio Hall Show

Who’s got jokes? Kelly Walker, who goes by K-Dubb, has jokes. He did when he was first on Who’s Got Jokes? years ago, and the young man with the old growl of a voice made his network late-night debut Thursday night on Arsenio, joking about an argument he got into with a self-checkout machine at the supermarket. K-Dubb also tossed a joke back toward T.I., sitting on the couch with Arsenio Hall. Roll the...

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When Vince Vaughn guest hosted Late Show with David Letterman in 2003

Everybody else already has rushed into the digital fray with their own Top 10 lists of who should or who might or who will replace David Letterman when Dave retires from the Late Show on CBS next year, in 2015. I’m just going to leave this here and remind you of Vince Vaughn, 44, and how he fared when he guest-hosted for Letterman 11 years ago at age 33. Time for a new regime, Vaughn joked up top. This guy was money then. So smooth. I’ll give you a separate list and rundown of other candidates who aren’t all...

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