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Comedy Central Will Air 'Archer' Reruns Starting Next Year

There's going to be a lot more Archer on TV in 2015. Comedy Central has obtained off-network syndication rights to the FX series and will start airing reruns of it in May 2015, Deadline reports. Comedy Central previously signed a similar deal to air reruns of FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Archer reruns will also be airing on FX's sister channel FXX, who has exclusive rights to reairing the show after midnight while Comedy Central has rights to airing it before midnight. By this time next year, Archer will be airing on three different networks: FXX, Comedy Central, and FX, who recently ordered two more seasons [...]

'Community' Reruns Start Airing on Comedy Central September 15th

You'll be able to see old Community episodes on TV pretty soon, which is a pretty exciting thing for those of you who don't just own them on DVD or digitally, that is. Last year, Comedy Central bought the syndication rights to the show, and the network announced today that they'll start airing it next month. Beginning Sunday, September 15th, Comedy Central will air a 10-episode block of "fan-favorite episodes" (i.e. not season four) from noon to 5pm. On September 20th, Community will debut in its regular syndication spot, Friday nights from 9 to 11pm. Four-episode blocks will air each Friday. Watching these episodes is a great chance [...]

The Dream of 90s Is Alive in 'Mr. Box Office'

Before you get too excited, no, Mr. Box Office is not a Mr. Show prequel, it's anything but.  Mr. Box Office (or Mr. B.O. as mocking people will call it) is a first-run syndicated sitcom, starring Bill Bellamy, Jon Lovitz, Vivica A. Fox, Gary Busey, Keshia Knight Pullman (Rudy from The Cosby Show), Tim Meadows, and Rick Fox. Imagine how amazingly huge this show would have been in the 90s with a post-Independence Day Vivica A. Fox, a post-The Critic Jon Lovitz, a in his playing prime Rick Fox, a equally as crazy but less publically so Gary Busey, a pre-trying to have a movie career Bill Bellamy. [...]