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Viceland kills VICE LIVE after just seven weeks of late-night live TV

After just 28 episodes over seven weeks, VICE LIVE has died at the hands of its creator, the TV channel Viceland.

The live late-night program featured comedians Marie Faustin, Zack Fox, Sandy Honig and rapper/host Fat Tony.

“For the past two months, Vice Live has been doing it live from our Brooklyn HQ four nights a week with an unpredictable, beautifully crazy show that has showcased the best of Vice and shined a light on some of the hottest emerging talent in the worlds of comedy, music, television, and food,” Viceland President Guy Slattery wrote in a staff memo. “Looking ahead, we’ll be breaking out some of the most popular talent and formats from Live.”

You can watch highlights from the show here while they last on YouTube!

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