Day: October 12, 2015

True or False? POP TV orders 20 episodes of “Easiest Game Show Ever” hosted by Michael Ian Black

POP quiz! True or False: Michael Ian Black will host at least 20 episodes of the Easiest Game Show Ever on TV? True. It’s that easy. The cable TV network that used to be known as TV Guide Channel and is home to Schitt’s Creek announced today that it’ll start production next week on the brand-new game show, hosted by Black, and giving contestants to chance to win $100,000 cash just by answering a true or false question. “I’m thrilled to be part of Easiest Game Show Ever,” said Black. “As somebody who appreciates the easy things in life,...

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CBS orders 13 episodes of new Kevin James sitcom for 2016-2017

The 2015-2016 TV season has only just begun, but CBS already has locked down one of its biggest comedy stars to come back with a new sitcom in 2016-2017, ordering 13 episodes for production starring Kevin James. It’s an untitled multi-camera series. James played a UPS driver for 207 episodes of The King of Queens over nine seasons on CBS from 1998 through 2007. He and his fictional Heffernan family continue to make merry from Rego Park in syndication. For his new series, James will play a police officer who retires under the proverbial pretense of spending more time...

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Conan O’Brien takes his assistant to Armenia to film special episode of Conan for TBS #TeamCoco

First Cuba, then Comic-Con, now Armenia? Conan O’Brien has taken his show on the road this week — along with his longtime assistant, Sona Movsesian — to Armenia to film a special hour of Conan that’ll air Nov. 10, 2015, on TBS. Movsesian’s family immigrated from Armenia. It’s the first visit for both. And O’Brien will become the first American late-night host ever to do a TV show from Armenia. “I think it’s every boss’s responsibility to take their assistant back to their ancestral land,” O’Brien joked in the press release. “That’s why I’m going to make sure my next...

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Impractical Jokers celebrate renewal for season 5 on truTV by kicking off 2016 with guest comedians on an Impractical Jokers Cruise

The Tenderloins — aka Sal, Joe, Murr and Q whom you love to watch torture each other on Impractical Jokers — are celebrating the renewal by truTV for a 26-episode fifth season by inviting a ton of comedy friends to join them on a cruise with fans in January 2016. “Even after 100 episodes and the success of the Live Punishment Special, it’s clear that Joe, Sal, Murr, and Q have many more surprises up their sleeves,” said Chris Linn, truTV president and head of programming. “We are thrilled to move forward with another season of hilarious challenges and unexpected...

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