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Chris D’Elia, Ron Funches, and More Are Promoting NBC's 'Undateable' on the Road

Comedy Central's Broad City isn't the only show implementing a live tour into its promotional plans. According to Deadline, the midseason NBC series Undateable — created by Adam Sztykiel and executive produced by Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence — is also taking to the road next month on a multi-city tour. Lawrence will serve as the live show's host while cast members Chris D'Elia, Brent Morin, Ron Funches, and Rick Glassman each perform standup sets. They'll also incorporate humor from the TV show, which follows a cool guy who tries to teach a group of "undateable" guys how to turn their love lives around.

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Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer Are Taking 'Broad City' on the Road

THR reports that Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the stars behind Comedy Central's new series Broad City, are taking their show on an 18-city tour across the country. The Broad City Live Tour will kick off in Cambridge, Massachusetts on March 4th and make stops in D.C., Philadelphia, Atlanta, Austin, Seattle, Los Angeles, and more before returning to its home base in Brooklyn for a final show at The Bell House on April 5th. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at noon, so start selling your body to wealthy diaper-wearing adults right now.

Portlandia Tour Will Make Every City the Dream of the 90's

Portlandia's going on tour! To promote the new season, which starts January 6, Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein will travel to six cities "performing live music, presenting sneak-peek clips from the show's second season and sharing personal anecdotes about the creation and inspiration of Portlandia." (I think we can safely assume that the "creation and inspiration" process involved a lot of slow handcrafting of organic and locally recycled materials.) It's a pretty new concept for a TV show to go on tour, which is exciting and should be a lot of fun. I just hope I don't run into them on the road. BICYCLE RIGHT!