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When Amy Schumer took the stage last night at the Emmy Awards, it was obvious that she wasn’t readily expecting to come out on top against the competitors in the category. But do you know who really came out on top? Jennifer Lawrence.
Amy Schumer has become one hot commodity as of late. Now as the young comedian gears up for her feature film debut, she’s opened up about a few other opportunities she was offered in the past year, one in particular, the hosting position of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show.
Check out Inside Amy Schumer’s hilarious spoof of Friday Night Lights and rape culture in the football world. Most uncomfortable mash-up ever? I should say so.
On the same day that Inside Amy Schumer debuted the first episode of Season 3, Comedy Central made sure to not give Schumer a Viking's funeral by renewing the acclaimed series for Season 4.
Patton Oswalt recently went on an epic Twitter rant to express his appreciation for what Television has to offer, dropping more than a few titles in the process.
Where Gilmore Girls lead, we will follow anywhere (a-a-anywhere) that they tell us to. And we're not averse to following the rest of these shows either.
Ratings riser Inside Amy Schumer will be back for Season 3, and the off-kilter freshman series Review and TripTank have been renewed for respective second seasons. As well, series orders were granted to two new network series and six original web-only series. If laughter is the best medicine, Comedy Central is a pharmaceutical god.
Comedy Central's been good to Amy Schumer. The comedian has been featured in numerous Comedy Central Roasts a stand-up special, and more recently, she got her own comedy series on the cable channel. The show is currently amidst its first season and Comedy Central has announced that they've renewed it for a second, which they expect to get on the air next year.