Hey, hereís a story you donít hear every day. A fairly popular TV series is coming to an end by its own volition instead of being outright cancelled by the network. Comedy Central's Kroll Show is ending, and creator Nick Kroll has the best reason ever for calling it quits.
Probably best known as Rodney 'everybody calls me' Ruxin on FX's The League, Nick Kroll is also an established stand-up, sketch, improv and alt comic. Or, as some might say, a well rounded comedian or funny guy and his Comedy Central special called Thank You Very Cool from two years back is not just an hilarious hour but also a great showcase for a few of the characters you can expect to see show up on his new program simply titled Kroll Show. Here are the first few clips.
Comedy Central has mapped out their schedule for the earlier part of 2013, scheduling the returns of beloved series Tosh.0 and Workaholics, and laying out the premiere dates for some new specials and shows, including The Jeselnik Offensive and Nick Kroll's new sketch comedy series Kroll Show.