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Peabody Awards Live Blog: ‘Mr. Robot,’ ‘Black-ish,’ ‘Transparent,’ David Letterman Receive Honors

21 May 2016 4:12 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The 75th annual Peabody Awards are underway in New York, with stars and showrunners of “Mr. Robot,” “Unreal,” “Transparent,” “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” and other programs on hand to accept their kudos. David Letterman and Jon Stewart are also in the house to receive special achievement honors.

Follow Variety‘s live coverage from Cipriani Wall Street here as the winners take the stage.

7:14 p.m.: Host Keagan-Michael Key takes the stage following a goofy video featuring him consulting Fred Armisen and Stephen Colbert on hosting the ceremony.

7:17: Key notes the high level of diversity among the honorees. He calls out Jada Pinkett-Smith as being in the crowd, noting her vocal protest regarding the Oscar nominees this year. When he’s told that she’s not here, he exclaims: “This would have been the one for Jada to come to!”

7:24: Jill Soloway accepts for “Transparent. »

- Cynthia Littleton

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‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ Reboot Adds Former ‘Daily Show’ Head Writer

20 May 2016 10:35 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The “Mystery Science Theater 3000” reboot has added former “Daily Show” head writer Elliott Kalan as its new head writer. Series creator Joel Hodgson made the announcement on the show’s Kickstarter page on Friday morning. “To a lot of you, Elliott’s name is familiar because he was the former head writer from ‘The Daily Show,’ but he’s written lots of other great stuff too,” Hodgson said. “He was at the top of my wish list, so I’m really happy to have him on board.” Kalan served as head writer on the Comedy Central satirical news program under former host Jon Stewart. »

- Joe Otterson

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Upfronts Diary Day 3: Seen and Heard During TV’s Biggest Week

18 May 2016 6:03 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Variety’s TV team brings you all the news and dish from TV’s biggest week of the year.

Day three of 2016 upfronts kicked off with the Turner presentation, which brought TNT, TBS, Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, TruTV, CNN and Hln to Madison Square Garden. Later in the day, CBS will take over Carnegie Hall, marking new president Glenn Geller’s first time helming the ad buyer presentation, followed by the network’s party at the glitzy Plaza Hotel. Late night, Nicki Minaj will headline the Adult Swim party, which always brings about swarms of millennial ad-types for an unpredictable concert.

Stay in-the-know with our daily Upfronts Diary, and keep refreshing the page for new updates throughout the day and night.

CBS press breakfast, Studio 19 at Black Rock, Wednesday morning

Ahead of his first upfront presentation as CBS president, Glenn Geller greeted reporters for breakfast, along with CBS exec Kelly »

- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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Rashida Jones, Samantha Bee Talk Being at ‘Center of Comedy’ at TBS Panel

18 May 2016 11:35 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The new faces of the TBS comedy slate — Samantha Bee, Jason Jones and Rashida Jones — joined Conan O’Brien at an Fyc event on Tuesday at New York City’s New Museum.

Moderated by CNN’s Jake Tapper, the panel highlighted clips from each of the four shows, and hit on topics like gender equality in comedy and handling serious geopolitical issues from a comedic angle. Following the panel, the four stayed to celebrate and socialize at an after-party on the museum’s seventh floor Sky Room.

Since her show “Full Frontal” started airing in February, Bee has already established herself as a leading voice for political satire. On the red carpet before the panel, she told Variety that election coverage will continue full-force, even if it entails unusual living accommodations. “I’m looking forward to going to the conventions,” Bee said. “I’m trying to convince TBS to brand a tour bus for us. »

- Seth Kelley

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Upfronts Diary Day 1: Seen and Heard During TV’s Biggest Week

16 May 2016 6:19 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Variety‘s TV team brings you all the news and dish from TV’s biggest week of the year.

The 2016 Upfronts officially kicked off Sunday night with UTA’s annual party. Monday, NBC is the first of the major broadcasters to present to ad buyers, and for the first time, all of NBC’s cable networks, plus Telemundo, will be consolidated together for a jam-packed morning at Radio City Music Hall. Fox is up in the afternoon at the Beacon Theater, followed by the network’s annual mega-party at Wollman Rink in Central Park, which this year, is held at the same time as Telemundo’s private Jennifer Lopez concert. Also that night, CAA and Wme will both hold cocktail parties.

Stay in-the-know with our daily Upfronts Diary, and keep refreshing the page for new updates throughout the day and night.

UTA Party, Tao Downtown, Sunday night

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- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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HBO Promotes Programming Execs Amy Gravitt and Nina Rosenstein

12 May 2016 2:33 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Amy Gravitt and Nina Rosenstein have been promoted to exec VPs of programming at HBO.

The pair report to Casey Bloys, the former comedy development chief who was upped to president of HBO series, latenight and specials in January.

Gravitt oversee development and production of all comedy series. Rosenstein steers talk shows, news programs and specials for the network. Both had served as senior VPs

“Both Amy and Nina are talented leaders with sharp, creative instincts and an ear for unique voices,” Bloys said. “All one needs to do is look at the programs they have developed for the network to see the significant impact they have had on HBO as a whole.”

Gravitt has been with HBO since 2004. She’s been responsible for developing and overseeing the production of original comedy series including “Veep,” “Silicon Valley,” “Eastbound & Down” and the upcoming “Divorce” with Sarah Jessica Parker and “Vice Principals, »

- Cynthia Littleton

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CNN’s Carol Costello: ‘Screw You, Jon Stewart’ (Audio)

12 May 2016 1:16 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

CNN’s Carol Costello went on SiriusXM’s News and Issues channel and made it clear she doesn’t miss Jon Stewart‘s reign as host of “The Daily Show.” “Everybody says, ‘Oh, no publicity is bad publicity,’ but frankly, I’ll just be honest with you: it did bug me,” Costello told “The Insight Hour” host Dean Obeidallah about Stewart’s regular ridicule of her employer. Costello explained that a lot of Stewart’s humor came from “cherry picking” certain on-air moments. “I do try to block it from my mind,” she said. Also Read: Look What Jon Stewart, »

- Brian Flood

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Comedy Central Chiefs Talk Exec Shake-Up, Ratings Struggles, Amy Schumer’s Future

10 May 2016 2:00 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Plans for an orderly transition at the top of Comedy Central were shaken Monday night when news leaked that president Michele Ganeless would depart the network and be succeeded by her top deputy, programming chief Kent Alterman. Viacom music and entertainment group president Doug Herzog — whose charges include Comedy Central, MTV, and several other networks — and Ganeless had hoped to announce the change to staff Tuesday morning. It didn’t work out that way.

Regardless, the change at the top takes place at a critical time for the network. Like MTV, Comedy Central targets a young audience and has experienced ratings declines sharper than those being endured at other cable networks. The worst of those have come in the 11 p.m. hour, where new late-night hosts Trevor Noah and Larry Wilmore are drawing numbers significantly below those of their predecessors, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert.

Herzog, Ganeless and Alterman spoke »

- Daniel Holloway

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Jon Stewart Says He’d Rather ‘Vote For Mr T Over Donald Trump’

9 May 2016 6:01 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Jon Stewart may not be hosting “The Daily Show” anymore, but we don’t need to watch him on a political satire show every night to figure out how he feels about Donald Trump. “I would vote for Mr. T. over Donald Trump,” Stewart said Monday during a taping of the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics’ “The Axe Files,” a podcast hosted by President Obama’s former senior advisor David Axelrod. Stewart then took another aim at the presumptive Gop nominee, saying: “I’m not a Constitutional scholar so I can’t necessarily say, but are you eligible »

- Itay Hod

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Kent Alterman to Replace Michele Ganeless as Comedy Central President

9 May 2016 4:57 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Michele Ganeless will depart her role as president of Comedy Central, the network announced Monday. Kent Alterman, currently the network’s programming chief, will take over as network president, effective immediately. Alterman will report directly to Doug Herzog, president, Viacom Media Networks music and entertainment group.

Ganeless will step down at the end of the month and transition into an advisory role for the network beginning in September.

“It has been a tremendous honor to lead the staggeringly talented team here for the past 12  years, and an absolute privilege to help build the cultural force that is Comedy Central today. The deep   connection I have to it and to so many of my colleagues, especially my dear friend and mentor Doug, made this decision incredibly difficult. But after considerable thought, I have decided that the time is right   to move on and challenge myself in new ways,” Ganeless said. “I »

- Daniel Holloway

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Jon Stewart Quashes Fans' Hopes, Says He Won't Return to TV - but Teases Short Web 'Cartoons' on Election 2016

9 May 2016 1:25 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

If the rise of Donald Trump in this presidential election has you missing Jon Stewart at The Daily Show anchor desk, you'll be disappointed to hear that Stewart doesn't feel the same - and won't be coming back. "I'm not going to be on television anymore," Stewart said flatly when pressed Monday to address rumors to the contrary. Stewart, appearing at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics for a taping of The Axe Files, said Trump's success in the Republican primaries and the prospect of his general-election fight with Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton have hardly been cause to reconsider »

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Jon Stewart Quashes Fans' Hopes, Says He Won't Return to TV - But Teases Short Web 'Cartoons' on Election 2016

9 May 2016 1:25 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

If the rise of Donald Trump in this presidential election has you missing Jon Stewart at The Daily Show anchor desk, you'll be disappointed to hear that Stewart doesn't feel the same - and won't be coming back. "I'm not going to be on television anymore," Stewart said flatly when pressed Monday to address rumors to the contrary. Stewart, appearing at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics for a taping of The Axe Files, said Trump's success in the Republican primaries and the prospect of his general-election fight with Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton have hardly been cause to reconsider »

- Sandra Sobieraj Westfall and Tierney McAfee

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Jon Stewart Tells Military ‘Trump’s Going to Keep You Busy’

6 May 2016 12:32 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Jon Stewart has remained quiet during the 2016 election cycle, but on Thursday the comedian briefly came out of retirement to take a few quick jabs at presumptive Gop presidential nominee Donald Trump.

Speaking at a 75th anniversary event for the Uso at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, Stewart, who looked gaunt and burley with a silver beard, wished the military a happy Cinco De Mayo, joking: “May is Military appreciation month and Cinco de Mayo is the day that Americans get hammered to support the Mexican military.”

As he introduced Vice President Joe Biden, Stewart couldn’t help take a swipe at Trump.

“[Joe Biden is] a guy who’s unpredictable, he’ll say whatever he kind of thinks of, whatever comes to his mind. Sometimes you might think to yourself, ‘That sounds crazy’ or ‘Man, that is crazy.’ And who would have thought, now, that gets you the Republican nomination?”

The crack was met with some boos, »

- Katie Van-Syckle

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Jon Stewart Could Return To TV Before The Presidential Elections, HBO CEO Reveals

6 May 2016 11:21 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

If you were wondering when Jon Stewart would return to television it might be sooner than you thought.  HBO CEO Richard Plepler told CNN’s Brian Stelter Thursday in a Paley Media Council interview that he is "hopeful" that viewers could expect to see Stewart on HBO before the November presidential election.  The former host of "The Daily Show" left the Comedy Central gig back in August of 2015. He then signed a four-year production deal with HBO and started working with 3D graphics company Otoy on the creation of short-form video projects for the platform. When asked what we can expect from Stewart Plepler replied: "I think he’s clamoring at the bit to do something that he knows is going to stand out and be a new part of his artistic expression." Read More: Here's Why Jon Stewart Quit 'The Daily Show' Plepler did state that Stewart »

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HBO’s Richard Plepler ‘Hopeful’ That Jon Stewart Will Be on Air by Presidential Election (Video)

5 May 2016 3:35 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

There’s no premiere date for Jon Stewart‘s “Daily Show” follow-up on HBO yet, but network chief Richard Plepler suggested the project could debut before Election Day this coming November. “Yeah, I’m hopeful,” Plepler said in an interview with CNN’s Brian Stelter for the Paley Media Center on Thursday. But he clarified that Stewart isn’t racing to get on air to capitalize on the madness of election season. “I think he’s clamoring at the bit to do something that he knows is going to stand out and be a new part of his artistic expression, »

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Jon Stewart May Be on HBO Before November Election, Says CEO Richard Plepler

5 May 2016 12:36 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Jon Stewart could arrive on HBO in time for the November presidential election.

In a Paley Media Council interview Thursday with CNN’s Brian Stelter, HBO CEO Richard Plepler was asked whether viewers could expect to see Stewart, former host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” on HBO before the general election.

“Yeah, I’m hopeful,” Plepler said.

Stewart signed a four-year production deal with HBO in November, three months after ending his Comedy Central run. The first project under that deal involves working with 3D graphics company Otoy on the creation of short-form video projects.

Plepler described Stewart’s approach to his upcoming HBO work as improvisational.

“It is a perfect example of bringing a remarkable original voice into the house, giving a new opportunity of expression to that original voice and saying, ‘We now have the flexibility to let you paint however you want to,'” Plepler said. »

- Daniel Holloway

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2016 Tribeca Film Festival Documentary Shorts: New York Then

5 May 2016 7:00 AM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

The documentary shorts presented at the Tribeca Film Festival included both human stories and New York’s past. The films delved into themes of chaos, survival, and a glimpse into a life of the city that forever evolves but a time past that cannot be forgotten. After the screening, the filmmakers joined in for a Q&A. 

About the Film: "Joe's Violin"

A 91-year-old Holocaust survivor donates his violin to an instrument drive, changing the life of a 12-year-old schoolgirl from the Bronx and unexpectedly, his own.

About the Director: Kahane Cooperman is the director/producer of "Joe's Violin." She has also directed several other documentaries. She is currently the showrunner/executive producer of "The New Yorker Presents." Prior to that role, she was a co-executive producer of ‘The Daily Show’ with Jon Stewart. She began her career at Maysles Films.

Kahane Cooperman talks about "Joe’s Violin"

Cooperman began by introducing the two subjects of her film who were seated in the audience, the violin owner Joseph Feingold and Brianna.

 “The way I got this idea was very simple. My car radio was on and I tuned on the classical radio station Wqxr and I heard a promo for their instrument drive; it said donate your instruments and the instruments are going to New York City school kids. They mentioned the donations they already had gotten and one of the instruments was Joseph’s violin. I just thought, 'I wonder if there's a story there with this violin and if the student who gets the violin will know the story.' I got in touch with the radio station and they allowed me the privilege of pursuing the story and this film is what unfolded. It was a very moving experience. I do love music but I don't play an instrument. I think music is incredibly powerful but I'm also moved by the idea of how a small gesture can make you dream and change someone’s life. Somehow the idea of this was very compelling to me and that it might play out in the context of this one instrument shared by two people who were born 80 years apart.

About the Film: "Mulberry

This cinematic portrait of Little Italy explores how a working class neighborhood of tenement buildings transformed into the third most expensive zip code in the United States. Part funny, part sad, the film investigates how gentrification and rent control are affecting the neighborhood’s long-term residents.

About the Director: Paul Stone

Brooklynite Paul Stone started his directing career in the edit room at Ridley Scott & Associates. In "Tales of Time Square," Paul recreated 1980’s Time Square. The footage was often mistaken for stock and went on to be screened at over 50 festivals in the U.S. and abroad. His previous short ‘Man Under’ (Tff 2015) explored the rise in NYC subway suicides.

Paul Stone talks about "Mulberry"

“I saw my neighborhood disappearing, changing. I have no problem with gentrification, but it’s gotten to a point of hyper gentrification. Little Italy in New York is known for its soul and its people, and it was rapidly disappearing. I wanted to tell the story about who inspired me in terms of my friends and that Little Italy is still alive and well, and that there are still a lot of characters left.

About the Film: "Starring Austin Pendleton

Austin Pendleton is that quintessential character actor you might recognize. We follow Austin as he reflects on his life and craft, while his A-list peers discuss his vast influence, dogged determination, and what it means to be an original in today's celebrity-obsessed world.

About the Directors Gene Gallerano and David H. Holmes

David H. Holmes has studied and acted under the direction of Mr. Pendleton. His film and television credits include ‘Birdman’, ‘Law and Order’, ‘Girls’, ‘Mr. Robot’, and ‘The Following’. Gene Gallerano is the co-founder of The Neboya Collective, and has produced and starred in works including, Occupy’, ‘Texas’, ‘Fireworks’, and ‘The Talk Men’, which he also directed.

Holmes and Gallerano talk about "Starring Austin Pendleton

The directors met ten years ago in an Off-Broadway show and studied with Austin Pendleton for about five years. They consider him a big mentor. “We look up to him a lot and we wanted to make sure in the end that we could look him in the eye. He was very happy we made the film. At the Tribeca Talks the other day it was the first time Austin saw it.  Someone asked him if he had any input into the film and he said no because then you start manipulating it and controlling it; particularly his stutter, he said I would have told them ‘cut that’.” He wasn’t preventing us from making art.”

About the Film: "Taylor and Ultra on the 60s, The Factory and Being a Warhol Superstar"  

Warhol superstar Ultra Violet (Isabelle Colin Dufresne) and Lower East Side icon Taylor Mead (poet/actor/artist) share their stories of Manhattan in the 1960s.

About the Director: Brian Bayerl

Brian Bayerl's documentary work includes ‘8: The Mormon Proposition’ (Sundance 2010), and ‘For Once in My Life’ (SXSW Audience Award Winner 2010). This is his third collaboration with producer Michael Huter, including ‘Datuna: Portrait of America’ (London's Raindance Winner 2015) and Full Circle.

Brian Bayerl talks about "Taylor and Ultra on the 60s, The Factory and Being a Warhol Superstar" 

“Our producer  came across photographs of Robert Indiana, Andy Warhol, Taylor Mead and Ultra Violet and a lot of other figures of the sixties Pop Art. When documenting those photographs we met Taylor Mead and Ultra Violet and instantly fell in love with them; they were just so captivating and charismatic and fun that over the next four years we had opportunities to interview them and gather footage. When we lost both of them, we were approached by the Warhol Museum about putting something together and that's exactly what we wanted to do. We put this film together as an homage to both of them.”

About the film "Dead Ringer

There are only four outdoor phone booths left in all of New York City—this is a late night conversation with one of them.

About the Directors: Alex Kliment, Dana O’Keefe, and Michael Tucker

Alex Kliment is a filmmaker and musician from New York. He is also a talking head. Dana O'Keefe is a filmmaker based in New York and Stockholm. Michael Tucker is a documentary filmmaker who lives in upstate New York.

Alex Kliment, Dana O’Keefe, and Michael Tucker talk about "Dead Ringer"

“Our film started with learning about the statistic that there were only four outdoor telephone booths left in New York City. The city's replacing them with Wi-Fi hotspots, We thought, ‘What's a fun way to dramatize the changing urban landscape that also reflects a lot of other changes of the human landscape and how we relate to each other. We thought about how to impersonate and put ourselves in the mind of a pay phone.  This film was an opportunity to visit with very tragic heroes of our sidewalk -- the payphones of New York City.”

Award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker, Susan Kouguell teaches screenwriting at Purchase College Suny, and presents international seminars on screenwriting and film.  Author of Savvy Characters Sell Screenplays! and The Savvy Screenwriter, she is chairperson of Su-City Pictures East, LLC, a consulting company founded in 1990 where she works with writers, filmmakers, and executives worldwide. www.su-city-pictures.com, http://su-city-pictures.com/wpblog

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Larry Wilmore Comes Out Joking In First Remarks Since White House Correspondents Dinner

2 May 2016 8:33 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

In his first appearance since roasting President Obama, Donald Trump, CNN and MSNBC at this weekend’s White House Correspondents Dinner, Larry Wilmore found a new person to scorch: Piers Morgan.

Speaking on his “Nightly Show,” Wilmore took the British journalist and former CNN personality to task for the way he interpreted his remarks, in which he praised Obama’s tenure as the first African-American commander-in-chief. Morgan chastised Wilmore for using a form of the N-word in his routine. Wilmore responded with a cultural history lesson for Morgan.

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The term “n—a,” explained Wilmore, who is African-American, “is a term of endearment some black people use between each other to take back that power.” Morgan’s use of the word in his article, on the other hand, is how “white people used to denigrate, demean and dehumanize black people, »

- Brian Steinberg

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Larry Wilmore: White House Correspondents’ Dinner “Most Narcissistic Room Ever Invented”

28 April 2016 9:26 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Ahead of his hosting gig at Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show host Larry Wilmore already has won over the crowd, calling it “the most narcissistic room ever invented: journalists, politicians and Hollywood. And the president.” “The room could explode from the narcissism alone,” Wilmore told CNN’s John Berman today in a taped interview. Wilmore, who was Jon Stewart’s Senior Black Correspondent on The Daily Show, said the… »

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Samantha Bee Wants To Add Correspondents To ‘Full Frontal’

19 April 2016 8:06 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Jon Stewart had his team of correspondents on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show.” Trevor Noah has his on his edition of the program. And soon,  if she gets her wish, Samantha Bee may get a pack to accompany her on her TBS program,”Full Frontal.”

“We are trying to map that out for ourselves” and “see how that will serve the show,” said Bee, holding forth with executive producer Jo Miller at a Tuesday-night session that was part of the Tribeca Film Festival. The pair indicated they were very open to developing new voices on the comedy program. In one recent episode, one of the show’s writers, Ashley Black, discussed how white people had tarnished Black History Month.

Bee and Miller also opened up about many aspects of the program:

*The opening theme, Peaches’ “Boys Want To Be Her,” was selected by Bee and obtained by direct messaging the singer on Twitter. »

- Brian Steinberg

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