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2009-07-08 10:41:00

NEW YORK, July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Can't sleep? No problem, because COMEDY CENTRAL is just getting started! Chug some coffee and get ready for some hilarity on Sunday night, July 12 with the premiere of "Fonejacker" at 2:00 a.m. and the return of "Kenny vs. Spenny" at 2:30 a.m. "Fonejacker," a BAFTA(R) award-winning British prank show never before seen in the United States, features undercover video footage, Monty Python-esque animations and visual on-screen wordplay which turns hilarious,...

2008-07-21 18:00:32

LOS ANGELES _ There's big news from the Television Critics Association press tour regarding "Damages": Ted Danson will be back as Arthur Frobisher on the FX show. His performance in Season 1 as the arrogant capitalist was one of the high points of the show, so that's great news. As to whether Frobisher survived being shot at the end of Season 1, well, that's not clear. FX president and general manager John Landgraf said during his remarks that Frobisher did survive, but the "Damages"...

2008-07-16 06:00:29

By Robert Bianco and Gary Levin LOS ANGELES -- On a day dedicated to edgy cable channel FX, the network talked to TV writers about saying goodbye to the series that started it all. The Shield, which airs its seventh, final season starting in September, was FX's first original series, sparked rival cable networks to explore their own boundaries and boosted "a network that no one had ever heard of," says FX chief John Landgraf. The Shield also made a star out of Michael Chiklis, who...

2008-07-16 06:00:29

By Molly Willow, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 16--LOS ANGELES -- Following the long-scheduled end of its first original drama, The Shield, after the seventh season beginning Sept. 2, FX will also prepare for the end of its Golden Globe-winning Nip/Tuck. Network President John Landgraf announced yesterday that the plastic-surgery drama would end in 2011, after a fifth season set to begin early next year and a total of 100 episodes. "We're not going to wait until the light is...

2008-07-15 18:00:00

By Rick Porter, Zap2It, Chicago Jul. 15--FX has found a comedy that it thinks will pair nicely with the twisted sensibility of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." Its title? "Testees." The cable network announced Tuesday that it has ordered 13 episodes of "Testees" (sadly, that's just a working title at the moment) from Kenny Hotz, a writer for "South Park" and the creator and star of "Kenny vs. Spenny." It's scheduled to premiere Oct. 9, joining "It's Always Sunny" to form a one-hour...

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