‘The Pete Holmes Show’ Renewed by TBS

Series from exec producer Conan O'Brien to return with new episodes Feb. 24

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TBS’s latenight series “The Pete Holmes Show” will return for new episodes in 2014, as the cabler orders 13 additional segs of the Conaco-produced program to roll out on Feb. 24.

“Pete Holmes Show” debuted in October and has aired 28 episodes thus far. Comedic program is taped before a live studio audience and airs Monday-Thursday at midnight. “Pete Holmes Show” has averaged roughly half a million viewers, and skews young, with a median age of 36.

“The first 28 episodes were a joy to make, and I’m so thrilled we get to keep going,” Holmes said. “We have so much more we want to do, and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to make great comedy, continue to evolve the show and really push the limits of potty language and tasteful male nudity. I can’t wait!”

“The Pete Holmes Show” is exec produced by Jeff Ross, David Kissinger, Nick Bernstein, David Rath and Conan O’Brien.