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Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera, and Seth Green Land Shows on Xbox

Xbox has been developing a slate of original shows over the last year and a half, and according to Variety, among them are two comedies from Robot Chicken creator Seth Green as well as Sarah Silverman and Michael Cera. Green's show is a stop-motion series from his own Stoopid Buddy Stoodios similar to Robot Chicken, while a sketch show from Silverman and Cera's YouTube comedy channel JASH — which also includes Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, and Reggie Watts — has also been greenlit. The untitled shows join a slate of eight other original series set to debut on Microsoft's video game platforms and mobile devices starting this summer.

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Roast of Roseanne Get More: Comedy Central,Funny Videos,Funny TV Shows

What an odd choice of pre-roll graphics. Are they implying that lightning created the fires? Like God is roasting Roseanne? Or is Roseanne supposed to be in hell? Are we all in hell? Who's in hell, Comedy Central!?  Maybe you can figure out with the other preview clips below.

Seth Green to Star in Seth MacFarlane's New Show 'Dads'

Seth Green and Seth MacFarlane are making a live action show together. Green has been cast in the lead role in Dads, a Fox sitcom from MacFarlane that has been given an early six-episode order for the fall. The multi-camera comedy follows two successful guys in their 30s (Green and Mindy Project's Tommy Dewey) whose dads (Martin Mull and Animal House's Peter Riegert) show up uninvited and move in with them. MacFarlane is serving as executive producer, and his Ted co-writers Wellesley Wild and Alec Sulkin wrote the script. This will be Seth Green's first regular role in a live action TV show since the short-lived NBC sitcom Four [...]

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day with Megan Mullally, Fred Armisen, Stephen Merchant and More

To celebrate the joyous holiday of St. Paddy's Day, Conan gathered its favorite funny people and served 'em all up a delicious cold green- [spit take]. No one really seems sure what it is, but I like to imagine that it's that stuff Dumbledore has to drink to get to the Horcrux in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

Paul F. Tompkins and Seth Green Relive Seth Green's Teenage Stand-up Career

The latest episode of Paul F. Tompkins's "Speakeasy," his weekly web series for MadeMan.com, dropped yesterday, and in it, he sat down with Robot Chicken's Seth Green for a sophisticated barroom chat. The highlight comes at the top, when Tompkins relives Green's short stint as a teenage stand-up comedian with him. Apparently, in the late 80s, a young Seth Green gave stand-up comedy a shot, and he happened to perform at a Philadelphia open mic that comedy newcomer Paul F. Tompkins was hosting. Green says he's thankful that no footage from his stand-up days have survived, but somebody out there has to have a video, right? Come on, internet! [...]

Robot Chicken Team Heads To YouTube For New Webseries

Unless you are as deeply terrified of stop-motion animation as I am (it just don't look right), you can check out Robot Chicken's new webseries Stoopid Monkey when it premieres this Friday. Created in partnership with YouTube, Seth Green and Matthew Senreich's new weekly show will be a mix of stop-motion and live-action, with characters Stoopid Monkey, Biggie and QT interacting with humans. Horrified humans just screaming and screaming to get away from their little jerky limbs.