It looks like Viacom is ready to put Comedy Central on the Late Night map, the company has moved forward to have a midnight show hosted by comedian Chris Hardwick.
The show will be produced by Funny or Die and will be a half-hour installment that will launch in the fall. It is currently scheduled to air four-nights a week following the Daily Show and Colbert Report as a lead-in. Hardwick will get a producer credit on the show, though it doesn’t have a name at this time. Co-creators Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Grant (Reno 911) are on board to spearhead the project.
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The horror-comedy hits STARZ later this year.
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Another preview of the Resident Evil anime headed to Netflix
Five returning dramas added to the renewal list
Finding the next big animated hit
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The new episodes release on Netflix in May
The first of several new animated shorts on the way
Two more seasons are on the way
HBO Max is getting all three seasons
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Zombie animals in Sin City.
Two more seasons of Bridgerton are on the way.
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