The man who brought insomniacs to Comedy Central will be doing so once again in 2014. A decade after “Insomniac with Dave Attell” came to a close on the cabler, Comedy Central has greenlit a…
Who needs to invest in a scripted spinoff when all viewers really want is to hear chatter about their favorite program on an aftershow?
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