Comedy Central has a new stand-up series on the way. Titled Adam DeVine's House Party, the show will be hosted by comedian Adam DeVine, who also stars in the hit show Workaholics for the network. Comedy Central has yet to officially announce Adam DeVine's House Party, but they've begun advertising live tapings via Facebook that'll be taking place in LA over the next two weeks, beginning today. The show will be a mix of stand-up and narrative sketches hosted from a house party in the backyard of DeVine's mansion. House Party will become Comedy Central's fourth current stand-up series, joining John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show, [...]
There has been a constant leak of everything and anything that has to do with the upcoming season of Arrested Development and we've eaten it all up. Vulture asked Jason Bateman about what it felt like being one of the top leakers. To which he responded:
Well, I don’t know if it qualifies as a leak. I wish. Actually, I’ve been accidentally leaking. [Mitch] has been yelling at me because, like, stuff in the background I’m accidentally getting that actually has some relevance and I don’t realize it.
He continued to explain how he accidentally spilled the Workaholics cameo beans:
To paraphrase Homer Simpson, the three leads on Comedy Central’s new series, Workaholics, just can’t live without workahol. By that I mean they are probably too dumb to understand what a workaholic is, and would probably confuse that word with another one. Those characters are Anders, Blake, and Adam — three recent college grads who are attempting to shoehorn jobs into the same schedule they kept during the latter-day National Lampoons movie in which they matriculated for college, apparently.
These characters are played, interestingly, by actors using their real given names. Usually, this is a move that signals to the people who pay attention to such things (i.e. nerds) [...]