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  • Follow Jeff Dunham on Twitter today for the chance to win some prizes

    Jeff Dunham, All Over the MapJeff Dunham fans listen up!

    Today, the beloved comedian is running a fun contest that will stretch nationally all over the continental United States. All you have to do is follow Jeff on Twitter today for him to share clues that involve your chance to win some prizes. Including copies of his latest stand-up special, All Over The Map. All fans have to do is pay attention to the directions given by the comedian as to where in their city they can do to get their hands on some schwag. Literally anywhere in the US is fair game for the contest.

    Over the course of the day Jeff will send out a tweets and use #WinAllOverTheMap. So team up with your friends or go at it alone and win some stuff just in time for the holidays.

    Jessica Williams puts Fox News through the Jay-Z treatment

    Fox News can never seem to keep their foot out of their mouth. Recently, Sean Hannity referred to rapper Jay-Z as a “former crack dealer” in a recent segment. He really couldn’t let it go.  It seems Fox News has a new rule, everyone must be labeled by the worst thing they’ve ever done. Although, it seems only the black community gets this treatment. That’s when Jessica Williams stepped up to defend Hova’s honor on The Daily Show and adjust Fox News’ script accordingly. I don’t know, if I employed people who are addicted to perscription drugs, commited burgarly, or conspired to commit murder… I wouldn’t be throwing shade at anyone.

    “The Chris Gethard Show” has found a home on cable

    Sadly for many comedy nerds, Chris Gethard’s bid to move his popular public access show, The Chris Gethard Show, to cable seemed like a failed journey. Comedy Central ordered a pilot of the show, only to later pass on the project. However, it looks like TCGS has found a new home on cable.

    In a statement released via Splitsider, Gethard reveals that, “while nothing is 100% set in stone just yet,” TCGS has found a new home on an unnamed cable network. Read More

    Sarah Silverman to star in new comedy pilot for HBO

    It looks like Sarah Silverman might be heading back to HBO. THR reports that the network has ordered a new comedy pilot that Silverman will star in. The untitled comedy is describes as “a comedic look at a pathologically honest woman (Silverman) having a modern midlife crisis.” In addition to acting, Silverman will also serve as executive producer for the show alongside Ash Atalla, Amy Zvi, Dan Hine, and Lucy Prebble who will also write the pilot.

    This is Silverman’s second chance at a pilot with HBO. The comedian initially was working on a pilot called People in New Jersey that starred Silverman and Topher Grace that centered around life today told through the lens of an adult brother and sister in New Jersey. HBO passed on it.

    Silverman has also worked with HBO, releasing her newest stand-up special We Are Miracles through the network this year. We Are Miracles earned a Grammy nomination as well as an Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Variety Special.

    FXX’s late night animation block will premiere January 22nd

    FXX, the FX network’s comedy-centric sister channel, will be launching a new late night animation block in 2015. In an announcement today, the network revealed the new weekly hourlong block will premiere on Thursday, January 22nd at midnight.

    Along for the ride is the underrated series Lucas Bros. Moving Co. Created by and starring the voices of The Lucas Brothers (Kenny and Keith Lucas), the series follows a fictionalized version of the brothers as work-shy movers in Brooklyn. The show originally aired as part of Fox’s ADHD late night programming. After ADHD was axed, FXX swooped in and ordered two new seasons of the show.

    Also joining LBMC is the new series Stone Quackers from Ben Jones. The series follows the misadventures of two ducks, voiced by LA comedy group Power Violence’s Whitmer Thomas and Clay Tatum, and their friend Barf (voiced by Jones).

    “The Big Lebowski” gets his White Russian in the form of the National Film Registry alongside “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”

    The Big LebowskiThe 1998 cult movie classic The Big Lebowski that has spawned its own annual festival, 12 years strong now and nationwide, will be going into the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry.

    It’s film’s version of the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame. 25 films a year get in and have to be at least 10 years old with cultural significance. Well, if you’ve got your own annual festival where cast members reunite, I’d say you’re significant. Another notable comedy making the grade this go-around is Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Bueller. Bueller. Bueller.

    James Corden talks his new hosting gig on ‘Late Night’


    It was another meeting of the late night hosts on Tuesday’s Late Night with Seth Meyers. Meyers’ guest was the soon-to-be host of the Late Late Show, James Corden. Naturally, the two talked about their new hosting gigs. Corden reveals that Meyers was the first person to reach out to Corden and congratulate him on his new job. Corden will step in and host his first Late Late show on March 23rd with new band leader, Reggie Watts. Read More