Adult Swim Greenlights ‘Childrens Hospital’ Spinoff Series ‘Newsreaders’
Adult Swim has given straight-to-series order to Newsreaders, a spinoff of the network’s hit comedy series Childrens Hospital. Based on the “Newsreaders” episodes of Childrens Hospital that aired during seasons two and three, Newsreaders is a satire of the network television newsmagazine genre and explores the vital issues that actually don’t affect us every day, from hard-hitting investigations to harder-hitting heartwarming profiles. [Read More]
Just For Laughs Comedy Conference Highlights: New Shows with Real People | Third Beat
Who: The creators of Adult Swim programs Children’s Hospital and NTSF:SD:SUV Panelists: - Nick Weidenfeld, VP Comedy Development, Cartoon Network and Adult Swim (Moderator) - Brandon Johnson, Actor - David Wain, Director, Writer, Actor - Jonathan Stern, EP - Rob Corddry, Creator, EP, Writer, Actor [Read More]
'Children's Hospital' / 'Scrubs' Hospital Damaged in Fire
The hospital (now used for Adult Swim's "Children's Hospital") made famous on "Scrubs" nearly suffered the same fate as the sitcom ... when flames ripped through the North Hollywood Medical Center. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the blaze at the North Hollywood Medical Center was put down in just 23 minutes, and no one was hurt. [Read More]
Rob Huebel answers actual medical questions from actual children for this Childrens Hospital promo
My Damn Channel got Rob Huebel to get into character as Dr. Owen Maestro from the Adult Swim series Childrens Hospital, and answer real questions from real children. It gets a little too real. [Read More]
"Children's Hospital - Rob Corddry" interview on CollegeHumor
Rob Corddry debuted on The Daily Show in 2002 and quickly became one of the show's most popular correspondents. Corddry has appeared in dozens of features films, notably Old School, Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story, and, most recently, Hot Tub Time Machine. Rob is the creator, writer, and star of Children's Hospital, now airing on Adult Swim. [Read More]