Comedy Central announced today that they’ve renewed three series, Inside Amy Schumer, Andy Daly’s Review, and TripTank, for another season. This will mark a third season for high-rated Schumer and a second for Review and TripTank.
The cable network also ordered two new shows, Another Period and Idiotsitter. Another Period is a turn-of-the-century comedy about a wealthy Rhode Island family co-created by and starring Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome (Garfunkel and Oates). Idiotsitter is based on the Comedy Central digital series co-created by and starring Charlotte Newhouse and Workaholics’ Jillian Bell. It’s the second Comedy Central digital series to jump to TV, following Ari Shaffir’s standup/storytelling show This Is Not Happening, which jumps to TV this fall. Both Another Period and Idiotsitter are expected to premiere in 2015.
Comedy Central also announced the addition of six new digital series via its CC:Studios label:
Roustabout with Kurt Braunohler - Comedian Kurt Braunohler’s new show in which he does a different absurd thing each season to try to make the world a better place. The first season will follow Braunohler’s recent exploits traveling from Chicago to New Orleans via jet ski to raise money to feed African families.
300 Sunnyside - Created by and starring comedian Barry Rothbart, 300 Sunnyside follows six roommates (Rothbart, Brian Huskey, Betsy Sodaro, Nick Rutherford, Chris Reinacher, Cornell Reid) having petty squabbles with one another.
6 Guys 1 Car - Written by and starring the internet comedy group Dormtainment and following six guys who move from Atlanta to LA.
New Timers - Written by and starring sketch duo Good Cop Great Cop (Matt Porter & Charlie Hankin), New Timers follows two guys who survived the apocalypse.
Pie Guys - Written by and starring Jon Barinholtz, Pie Guys follows three dumb pizza deliver guys, with Mort Burke and Rob Belushi playing the other two. Ike Barinholtz and David Stassen are directing the series.
Team Tiger Awesome - Written by Nick Mundy, Michael Truly and Clint Gage, Team Tiger Awesome follows a loose cannon cop (Chris Jericho) and his partner (Mundy) getting super sensitive and introspective on a stakeout.