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The Heart, She Holler' Is Returning to Adult Swim with Scott Adsit as the New Sheriff

Adult Swim announced in a press release today that they've renewed Vernon Chatman and John Lee's series The Heart, She Holler for a third season, which will add former 30 Rock star Scott Adsit as a series regular alongside Patton Oswalt, Amy Sedaris, and Heather Lawless. "We are thrilled to be hyped that we are amped about how much we are pumped that the unreasonably funny and talented Scott Adsit will be replacing the irreplaceable Joe Sikora on season three of The Heart, She Holler in the titular role of 'Sheriff,'" Lee and Chatman said in a statement. Production for the new season is currently underway; for more on [...]

Scott Adsit Joins Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy in 'St. Vincent de Van Nuys'

30 Rock star Scott Adsit has landed an exciting new job. THR reports that Adsit has joined the cast of St. Vincent de Van Nuys, a coming of age comedy-drama that also stars Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy. The feature directorial debut of screenwriter Ted Melfi, St. Vincent stars Murray as a cranky misanthrope who mentors a 12-year-old neighbor boy whose mother (McCarthy) makes the mistake of leaving him in Murray's care. Adsit plays McCarthy's ex-husband who is disconnected with his son due to their divorce. Chris O'Dowd, Naomi Watts, and Terrence Howard are also playing supporting roles.

See below for writer/director Ted Melfi telling a fun [...]

Journey through Mick Napier's Paradigm Lost Show Journal

Inspired by the Second City memories in Tina Fey's Bossypants, Rob Kozlowski mined for and found Mick Napier's Paradigm Lost online show journal, preserved for posterity in all it's mid-to-late nineties glory. Detailing his directorial experience from November 1996 until the show's open in February 1997, Napier writes about working with cast members Fey, Rachel Dratch, Scott Adsit, Kevin Dorff, Jenna Jolovitz and Jim Zulevic. When not physically at rehearsal, Napier edits loops of "It's a Small World After All" and shifts through 50 constantly evolving scenes in his quest to form a coherent revue, a show which he enthuses is the first mainstage show of its [...]