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Why Nick Kroll and John Mulaney's Elderly Bromance May Hit Broadway

"John and I can spend entire days talking like these guys," says Kroll of he and Mulaney's 'Oh, Hello,' which seeks to build on web buzz and a red-hot theater run. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/AD73ccYfNtc/story01.htm

John Mulaney and Nick Krolls Oh, Hello Stopped by Late Night and Seth Meyers Giggled for Eight Minutes Straight

John Mulaney and Nick Kroll's George St. Geegland and Gil Faizon stopped by Late Night to promote their new Oh, Hello Off Broadway show , and based on his nonstop chuckle fest, Seth Meyers is probably still giggling today. Tittering in this sleep. Laughing in the bathtub. Guffawing when gazing into his wife's eyes and picturing their beautiful unborn child. If Seth Meyers ever laughs at anything you say to him ever again, just know he's secretly picturing Gil slowly spitting his Werther's Original into his mug, over and over again,on a loop in his mind.   http://www.vulture.com/2015/12/oh-hello-stopped-by-late-night-with-seth-meyers.html

Nick Kroll on what hell miss most about 'Kroll Show'

The sketch-comedy show signs off tonight after three seasons (and countless catchphrases. Oh, Hello!)    Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/Rq5c5eFv5WI/nick-kroll-talks-about-what-he%E2%80%99ll-miss-most-about-kroll-show-ending-tonight

Nick Kroll: 'Kroll Show' penultimate episode has 'a crazy thing' that hasn't been spoiled

Only two episodes remain of Nick Kroll's Comedy Central series "Kroll Show," and all the action isn't going to be saved for its March 24 finale.As Kroll's various characters on the sketch comedy series collide toward the end of Season 3, the creator and star of the show tells Zap2it at Paleyfest's Salute To Comedy Central that "the second-to-last episode, episode 10 [airing March 17], has a crazy thing that happens that I think we have successfully kept quiet, and I'm excited for people to see it."He's staying mum on what that "crazy thing" is, but the synopsis for the episode teases "C-Czar and Bob Ducca pitch their new invention to PubLIZity" while "Dr. Armond pursues his wife's killer." Executive producer John Levenstein shared on Twitter that Armond's wife's killer will finally be revealed in the episode.Kroll decided after filming Season 3 that "Kroll Show" had reached its natural end and decided to not continue... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/ocwdCWBWq6k/nick_kroll_kroll_show_penultimate_episode_has_a_crazy_thing_that_hasnt_been_spoiled-2015-03

'Key & Peele,' 'Workaholics' Stars on Controversial Scenes, Future of Their Shows

Talent behind 'Broad City,' 'The Review' and 'Kroll Show' also took the stage at Paleyfest.  Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/07BBV2C5lA4/story01.htm

Prepare for 'Kroll Show' Season 3 with this comprehensive character primer

"Kroll Show"may have started out as a chaotic sketch show about several vaguely related reality shows and infomercials, but Nick Kroll's Comedy Central seriesevolved over two seasons into a relentlessly paced and caustically funny character-based satire of the modern entertainment industry. And it's freaking amazing. But if you haven't tuned in religiously you may find yourself a little bit confused when "Kroll Show's" third and final season premieres on Jan. 13. There are a lot of characters to keep track of, and their paths cross often and in many different ways. What's the relationship between Bobby Bottleservice's friend Farley and Dr. Armond? Who's Pretty Liz's baby daddy? What the hell is a Blisterito? Keep reading and find out the answers to these questions and everything else you'll need to know before "Kroll Show" Season 3 premieres.RELATED: Happy birthday Nick Kroll, and thanks for Bobby Bottleservice, Liz G and Ruxin PubLizity (it's based off their names)Arguably... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/_bTRYFU6Htk/kroll_show_season_3_synopsis_character_primer-2015-01

'Kroll Show' will end with Season 3

"Kroll Show will end with Season 3, 30 Rock and Tracy Jordan tackled the Bill Cosby rape allegations in 2009, South Park enlists a YouTube megastar for its biggest celebrity cameo ever.   Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/tv-tattle/kroll-show-will-end-with-season-3

'Kroll Show' Season 2 finale: The Lizzes deal with Blisteritos fall-out

Check out this sneak peek clip of "Kroll Show's" Season 2 finale, titled "Blisteritos Presents Dad Academy Graduation Congraduritos Red Carpet Viewing Party."In the clip, the Lizzes, played by star Nick Kroll and recurring guest Jenny Slate, learn that Blisteritos is causing "volcano head" and that 400 people are dead, so it's up to PubLizity to help turn the PR around. They decide a star-studded red carpet event is the way to go. Seth Rogen guest stars as Trav, the CEO of Blisteritos.Also in the Season 2 finale: C-Czar graduates from Dad Academy and Rich Dicks throw a party. The episode airs Tuesday (March 25) at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central. The show has also been renewed for a third season, but no premiere date has been announced.... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/kroll-show-season-2-finale-the-lizzes-deal-with-blisteritos-fall-out.html

Nick Kroll Announces ‘Kroll Show’ Season Three Renewal on ‘Late Night’ (Video)

Seth Meyers’ NBC show is quickly becoming the place for big announcements by Comedy Central shows. A week after Amy Poehler announced that Comedy Central had renewed the show she executive produces, “Broad City,” comedian Nick Kroll announced that his eponymous 10:30 pm sketch series, “Kroll Show,” was picked up by the cable network for a third series. The second season, which debuted on January, is averaging 1.1 million total viewers.   Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/kroll-show-renewed-comedy-central-third-season-video/

‘Kroll Show’ Season 3 Announced by Comedy Central

Comedy Central is sticking with  Kroll Show  for a third season. Starring comic Nick Kroll,  Kroll Show  has proven to be a successful sketch series for the network, averaging 1.1 million viewers in its second season. “Nick has gone so deep into his characters we’re worried about his mental health if we didn’t pick-up a third season,” said Kent Alterman, President, Content Development and Original Programming, Comedy Central. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/03/06/kroll-show-season-3-announced-by-comedy-central/
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