The Hollywood Reporter (via Reuters) reports that Larry the Cable Guy will work on an animated pilot for Comedy Central. The “Blue Collar” comedian will star as a misguided but well-intentioned co-owner of a cable TV station whose other owner is a woman of class and taste who does not share his vision for programming […]
ComicBookResources.com has spoken to Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser, the co-creators of Comedy Central’s Drawn Together, which puts a variety of animation archetypes together into a reality TV show. The pair discuss the characters on the show and what’s coming up in season 3 of the show, which begins airing in October.
The New York Times has spoken to Trey Parker and Matt Stone about South Park and the upcoming 10th anniversary DVD that will contain the co-creators’ favorite episodes of the show (registration required). Among other topics, the duo talk about how they feel about earlier episodes of the show (“We’re just, ‘We thought that was […]
Tvshowsondvd.com reports that the Emmy-Nominated South Park episode “Trapped in the Closet”, where they make fun of The Church of Scientology will be on DVD as part of South Park: The Hits Vol. 1. The DVD will have ten episodes picked by creators Matt Stone & Trey Parker, including the Emmy-winner “Best Friends Forever.” As […]
Over the weekend, Comedy Central announced that it would be an earlier ad was not meant as to poke fun at Gibson, which parodied Mel Gibson and his Passion of the Christ movie. The episode will be re-aired on Wednesday, August 9, 2006. In an earlier news story, Comedy Central needed to clarify that an […]
Representatives from Comedy Central had to state that a recent ad for South Park was not meant to exploit the public relations problems actor Mel Gibson is facing over anti-Semitic remarks made during a driving-while-intoxicated incident (free registration required). Instead, the ad intended to exploit the public relations problems actor Tom Cruise faced over the […]
E! Online reports that Futurama, the series created by Simpsons creator Matt Groening, will have new episodes that will air exclusively on Comedy Central. The network will air 13 new episodes in 2008, and will air the entire 72 episodes that currently air in reruns on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim block. Billy West, Katey Sagal, […]