The new year will not be ringing in any new episodes of “Brickleberry.” Comedy Central is not moving forward on another season of the adult cartoon, the network confirmed to Variety on Wednesday. The…
Comedy Central has made a serious investment in Daniel Tosh, renewing the comedian’s viral video program “Tosh.0” for a whopping three seasons. Renewal takes “Tosh.0″ through its eighth season…
Comedy Central is enabling comedy fans to buy standup specials for $5 a pop through a new online marketplace suggested by the trailblazing model first employed by comedian Louis C.K.
Everyone has to start somewhere — even those who one day wind up calling the shots. Variety polled dozens of producers, studio execs, entertainment lawyers, managers and agents to identify those who…
It’s curtains for the Gibson Amphitheater, as the concert venue, active since 1972, is winding down to make room for Universal Studios Hollywood’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Universal also…
WME has upped seven agents to Partner at the tenpercentery.
Mosaic has tapped Lawrence Inglee ("The Messenger") as president of production, taking over for David Householter, who's leaving the company to produce Paramount's "Anchorman" sequel.
Comedy Central's most-watched series, "Tosh.0," has received a fifth-season renewal.
Although his success on the standup circuit has moved him away from improvisational comedy, Rory Scovel has hardly abandoned the on-the-spot spontaneity of his roots. Instead, the Los Angeles-based…
What do pubescent boys and young men find funny? While much of Hollywood struggles to answer that question, Daniel Tosh seems to have cracked the riddle.
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