CollegeHumor Looks Beyond the Internet
The Big Breakfast studios — CollegeHumor’s production company that opened shop in Los Angeles two years ago — currently sit opposite of a zombie Tower Records store in West Hollywood. The front of the store was restored last year in order to promote the documentary All Things Must ... [Read More]
Musical comedy news: IFC/CollegeHumor combine to celebrate it, The Lonely Island making a movie about it
Your song of the summer now just got funnier. IFC and CollegeHumor are collaborating for an hour-long special on June 19 -- CollegeHumor’s Comedy Music Hall of Fame, hosted by Paul F. Tompkins. Tompkins will guide us through the high and low notes of musical comedy, plus partake in interviews ... [Read More]
MTV pushing back into late-night talk show game with Girl Code Live, Middle of the Night Show
For the first time in two years, MTV is getting back into the late-night talk show arena, announcing a series order with Big Breakfast for Middle of the Night Show, along with a weekly spin-off talker for Girl Code called Girl Code Live. Both announcements came late Tuesday during MTV's Up... [Read More]
CollegeHumor Is Making a New Late Night Show for MTV, 'Middle of the Night Show'
by Adam Frucci Big Breakfast, CollegeHumor's production company, has just had its first TV series picked up by MTV. Middle of the Night Show is a late night show that'll be (co-)hosted by CH's Brian Murphy and is based on CH's "Midnight Talk Show Prank" video from 2011. Here's how they describe the... [Read More]
DirecTV orders ‘Downton Abbey’ parody series ‘The Britishes’
DirecTV snags an original TV series with The Britishes. According to Deadline, the show is a Downton Abbey parody starring Peter Serafinowitz and Will Sasso. Made of a collection of sketches, the series follows a similar absurdist sensibility as the iconic Monty Python’s Flying Circus. “... [Read More]
CollegeHumor Moves from NY to LA, Starts New Production Company
by Bradford Evans Comedy website CollegeHumor announced today that they have moved their production team from New York to Los Angeles and that they're forming a new production company called Big Breakfast. Big Breakfast will focus on developing movies, TV shows, and web projects, in addition to cont... [Read More]