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'The Kroll Show' to end in 2015

Liz G. got to put her job as one-half of The Kroll Show‘s fictional PR team, PubLizity, to good use today: In a video announcement, Liz (played by Kroll) announced that the Comedy Central show’s next season will be its last.

“I just want to say on behalf of all the characters from Kroll Show, thank you for watching, and we hope you enjoy this final season of Kroll Show,” Liz said between tears. “And this isn’t a joke or a prank show like Ashram Kitchen.”

Kroll, who also stars on The League, created Kroll Show in 2013. The comedy features sketches with recurring characters, including the PubLizity team (made up of Kroll and Obvious Child‘s Jenny Slate) and Bobby Bottleservice—and these characters are part of the reason Kroll decided to end the show. READ FULL STORY

'The League' sits shiva in season 6 premiere

If you need a quick example of The League’s sense of humor, see: main character Kevin pees his pants within the first few minutes of the season 6 premiere. And that’s one of the less humiliating thing to happen throughout the episode.

For the uninformed, The League follows a group of five men and one woman who get together each year to compete in a Fantasy Football league that results in pranks, deception, and overall chaos. Like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the characters don’t seem to have any sort of moral compass and are immune to sympathy. Their friend dies on camera right in front of them? No big, time to crack a joke. READ FULL STORY

Amy Poehler is the anti-Leslie Knope on 'Kroll Show' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Nick Kroll has popped up on Amy Poehler’s Parks and Recreation as the second half of shock-jock team Crazy Ira and the Douche. Now Poehler flips the script and guest-stars on Kroll Show as a highly dubious individual that is nothing like Knope in the next installment of “Rich Dicks.” Click on the video below to watch Wendy (Jon Daly), Aspen (Kroll), and Wendy’s sister Winnie/Heath (Poehler) in horrible, shallow, filthy-wealthy kinda-NSFW action. READ FULL STORY

'New Girl': Meet Nick's family! Jess will certainly have to... -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

New Girl fans have relished putting together the puzzle that is Nick Miller, TV’s most lovable thirtysomething curmudgeon. Back in January, the episode “A Father’s Love” introduced one piece in the form of Nick’s scamming dad Walt (Dennis Farina). This Tuesday, an unexpected trip to Chicago offers a few more: Nick’s mother Bonnie (Margo Martindale), brother Jamie (Nick Kroll), and cousin Bobby (Bill Burr). The reasons that force Nick and the roommates to visit the Windy City may be dramatic, but the results are nothing short of hilarious.

In an exclusive video, Martindale and Kroll join Jake Johnson, who plays Nick, to tease “Chicago.” As for how star Zooey Deschanel ends up in an Elvis jumpsuit — and what the meet-not-so-cute between Nick’s family and Jess (Deschanel) could mean for the roomfriends’ relationship… well you’ll just have to watch below to find out. READ FULL STORY

'New Girl': Nick Kroll and Bill Burr to guest

Last week we learned that Nick’s mother, Bonnie, would be popping up on New Girl (hello, Margo Martindale). And this week brings news of more relatives for that same episode. EW has learned that comedian Nick Kroll (The League) will guest star as Nick’s dim-yet-passionate younger brother, an air conditioner repairman named Jamie. Meanwhile, fellow stand-up Bill Burr (Breaking Bad) will play Bobby, Nick’s loudmouthed cousin and a TSA agent at Boston’s Logan Airport who is always fighting with Jamie. READ FULL STORY

Comedy Central orders second season of Nick Kroll's 'Kroll Show'

Looks like Nick Kroll won’t be taking off his wigs anytime soon. After airing two episodes of The League star’s sketch series, ‘Kroll Show,’ Comedy Central announced today that it had ordered a second season. Season 2 will consist of 10 episodes, though it is not yet known when those installments will air. READ FULL STORY

Nick Kroll gives you 5 reasons NOT to watch his Comedy Central sketch series 'Kroll Show'

Nick Kroll is about to be in a league all his own. The stand-up/actor/writer — who plays the shameless Ruxin on FX comedy The League — is taking center stage with Kroll Show, his sketch comedy series premiering tonight at 10:30 p.m. on Comedy Central. Piloted by Kroll, Jonathan Krisel (Portlandia), and John Levenstein (Arrested Development), Kroll Show features recurring characters, questionable facial hair, surprise Gatorade showers, and a human-canine speed-dating show. Plus: Appearances by comedic forces like Ed Helms, Adam Pally, Fred Arimsen, JB Smoove, Maria Bamford, Jason Mantzoukas, and Chelsea Peretti! Sound pretty good? Hold on a sec. Herewith, Kroll offers you five reasons not to watch his show. READ FULL STORY


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