Stars and co-creators Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer have been performing a live version of their show, Broad City, at UCB Chelsea in New York (where the pair first met taking improv classes) long before their show aired on Comedy Central. The pair were set to bring their live show on the road for an 18 city tour across the US this month, however, the pair have announced this week (via various social media accounts) that they have to postpone the tour til the Fall.
But this doesn’t come without good reason. Actually, they have a very good excuse. The best excuse really: prepping for Broad City‘s second season.
Initially revealed by executive producer Amy Poehler on the debut episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers, the runaway hit was picked up by Comedy Central for another ten episode season. Season one will wrap up at the end of March, but preparations for next season are already on the way. Jacobson and Glazer released a video announcement on YouTube this week revealing writing for season two starts this Monday. Read More