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Paul Scheer Is Hosting an Interactive Improv Sketch Show for CC:Studios

Comedy Central's digital wing CC:Studios has greenlit a new improv sketch show that will take audience suggestions via Twitter. Titled CC: Social Scene, the six-episode series is hosted by Paul Scheer and features improv performers from both The Groundlings (Lee Newton, H. Michael Croner) and UCB (Lilan Bowden, Jacob Womack, Jeff Sloniker, Barak Hardley), who improvise scenes based on Twitter suggestions using the hashtag #CCSocialScene. CC: Social Scene will debut a new episode each week, and you can catch the first installment "Worst Breakup Lines" below:

Comedy Central Orders 'This Is Not Happening' to Series

Comedy Central announced in a press release today that they've picked up the CC:Studios web series This Is Not Happening, a standup storytelling show hosted by Ari Shaffir, for an eight-episode run on television to premiere this fall. This order marks the network's first pickup of a show developed via its digital initiative CC:Studios. "The only reason we are picking up This Is Not Happening is to prove we can incubate an idea digitally and then have it migrate to the linear channel," said Kent Alterman, president of the network's development and original programming. "And also, it's really funny storytelling with fantastic talent." For more on This Is [...]

Watch Kurt Braunohler Jet Ski the Mississippi in the Trailer for 'Roustabout'

Here's the trailer for Kurt Braunohler's new Comedy Central web series Roustabout, which found him jet skiing from Chicago to New Orleans to raise money to send food to Africa and hanging out with a bunch of cool comedians along the way.

'Jason Nash Is Married' Is Out Today Via Comedy Central

Comedy Central's digital wing CC:Studios released Jason Nash Is Married, its first-ever feature-length movie, today. Written and directed by comedian Jason Nash and based upon his web series of the same name, the movie stars Nash as a fictionalized version of himself as a married guy who has a couple kids. Busy Philipps plays his wife, with a whole slew of well-known comedians (T.J. Miller, Casey Wilson, Paul F. Tompkins, Rob Corddry, just to name a few) making appearances.