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It's happening, all right. Ahead of tonight's season three premiere, the This Is Not Happening TV show has been renewed for a fourth season on Comedy Central. Ari Shaffir hosts the show from Cheetahs in Hollywood. It features Shaffir and his comedian friends relating true stories "of humiliation, degradation and supreme embarrassment." Watch a sneak peek, after the jump.Comedians slated to appear the third season of This Is Not Happening include: Gastor Almonte, Louie Anderson, Maria Bamford, Greg Behrendt, Lavell Crawford, Joey Diaz, Greg Fitzsimmons, Sean Flannery, Al Jackson, Bert Kreischer, Bobby Lee, Julian McCullough, Bonnie McFarlane, Big Jay Oakerson, Tom Papa, Russell Peters, Steve Rannazzisi, Brian Regan, Rory Scovel, Ali Siddiq, Steve Simeone, Doug Stanhope, Nick Thune, Liza Treyger, Sal »
Comedy Central has announced talent slated for the third season of the This Is Not Happening TV show, hosted by Ari Shaffir. This Is Not Happening season three will feature stories from: Sofiya Alexandra, Gastor Almonte, Louie Anderson, Maria Bamford, Greg Behrendt, Lavell Crawford, Joey Diaz, Greg Fitzsimmons, and Sean Flannery.
Also coming in the third season are stories from: Al Jackson, Pete Johansson, Andy Kindler, Bert Kreischer, Joe List, Julian McCullough, Bonnie McFarlane, Big Jay Oakerson, Russell Peters, Brian Regan, Dave Ross, Rory Scovel, Scruncho, Ryan Sickler, Steve Simeone, Doug Stanhope, Dan St. Germain, Nick Thune, Liza Treyger, Sal Vulcano, Andrew W.K. and more!
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Comedy Central said it would expand the slate of original content it produces for instant-image messaging app Snapchat, the latest signal of deepening ties between the network’s parent, Viacom, and the social-media company.
“It’s been great fun experimenting with established and emerging talent on our Snapchat Discover channel,” said Kent Alterman, the Viacom-owned network’s president of original programming. “It allows us to play with form and format, and the reception from our fans and the creative community has been tremendously gratifying.”
Comedy Central launched on Snapchat’s Discover channel — a venue for content from various publishers and media outlets — in January 2015, and was one of its inaugural partners. In February, Viacom struck a pact with the social-media company that will allow the New York entertainment conglomerate to sell U.S. advertising for Snapchat and bundle it into packages with its TV clients.
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3 items from 2016
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