The world of comedy is still very committed to finding a winning televised vehicle for David Spade. And this year, Spade will have its own half-hour night show to follow The daily show with Trevor Noah in Comedy Central. There is no title or solidified release date, but thanks to a recent press release from the cable network, we know that the premise will not be driven by the policy. With that little bit of relief, we exhale as a group.
The idea is to reflect some of the successes that Spade has cultivated with his popular Instagram account, which recently won the exit cry of Netflix. Grace and frankie. From now on, the format will include a revolving roundtable of famous friends who will provide comments on the latest pop culture news, which surely can only produce good things.
In terms of new projects under development, Spade is the only one of its kind among a list of scheduled efforts to be released on the network. With Broad city Coming to an end, the work of some of your former students can be seen in How to be a couple of the former writer Naomi Ekperigin and a series based on the essay book by Samantha Irby Fleshy, which will be executed by Abbi Jacobson.
Comedy Central also released a first look at the new promising series from Chicago South side, About two friends who are stuck at a local rental retailer after they graduate from community college. It falls this summer and will feature appearances by Lil Rel Howery, LisaRaye McCoy and Kel Mitchell.