• John Mulaney’s Fox show ‘Mulaney’ in jeopardy of cancelation?

    John Mulaney’s new Fox sitcom may be in some trouble. Fox execs cut its order for Mulaney from 16 episodes to 13. The show has recently wrapped filming its thirteenth episode, so it appears that the network wanted to stop the show from spending any more money as they decide its fate. Mulaney has not impressed like many hoped it would. The show’s first two episodes opened to a 1.0

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    Nasim Pedrad’s Aziz Ansari impression from Saturday Night Live is amazing (Video)

    Former Saturday Night Live cast member Nasim Pedrad made a name for herself on the long-running sketch comedy show with her impressions of Kim Kardashian, Bruno Mars and Barbara Walters. Pedrad left SNL this year to co-star alongside John Mulaney in his new Fox sitcom Mulaney. The Iranian-born comedian appeared on Conan earlier this week where it was revealed that her favorite impression never made it onto Saturday Night Live.

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    Louis C.K., Wanda Sykes, Jerry Seinfeld and more! 11 Comedians as comedians on television

    Stand-up comedians are taking over television! Comics, not all of them trained actors, are getting the opportunity to play the roles they were meant to play: comedians. The old stand-up-to-sitcom model was that maybe you’d get discovered at the Just For Laughs comedy festival in Montreal or a producer might see you headlining on the road and believe he could create an entire show around a few minutes of a

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    Fox wants more John Mulaney and we can’t blame them!

    John Mulaney’s eponymous Fox sitcom hasn’t even premiered yet and already it’s been picked up for 10 more episodes. Fox brass raised its initial order of Mulaney from six episodes to 16. The multi-camera comedy created by and starring the former Saturday Night Live writer has had a tumultuous journey making it to TV screens. The series was originally a pilot for NBC, who passed on the show last year

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    Fox orders John Mulaney series after NBC passed

    In a long-awaited move, Fox has saved from the scrap bin the excting John Mulaney project that NBC passed on earlier this year. Mulaney, with executive producer Lorne Michaels, was the hot pilot that everyone was talking about. When NBC decided it wanted to go in a family-friendly sitcom direction with shows like Sean Saves the World and The Michael J. Fox Show, the Peacock Network tossed the comedian’s pilot

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