Ricky Gervais has had one of the most successful and highest selling BBC comedies ever with The Office and with Extras was able to engage Hollywood stars not normally found on television. ... See full summary »
The Channel 4 entertainment show, which will be screened in October, is billed as a format that will bring together "a host of talent from the world of music, comedy, TV, film and sport as ... See full summary »
I must admit I don't laugh easily. I never laughed once at MAD TV; I was tight-lipped almost every minute I watched it. But while watching Kelsey's show, my jaw often dropped -- in disbelief that any network would have ever aired one minute of it. It makes even MAD TV look like Saturday Night Live.
The fact that Kelsey Grammar's little project was canceled after six episodes, and has apparently been completely forgotten by the masses, goes to show that we the audience are not completely powerless to decide which shows go and which ones stay. The system has a way of cleaning its own laundry, even if it does throw out a lot of babies with the bathwater.
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