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In Praise of
s Refreshingly Pessimistic Comedy
The Comedy Central satire is a hilarious beacon for anyone who worries their cynicism is misguided or paranoid.
The Stars of
Want to Keep You Up at Night
Matt Ingebretson and Jake Weisman talk their Comedy Central show and pissing off the Catholic church.
Welcome to Hell, a.k.a. the Season-Two
Matt Ingebretson and Jake Weisman’s series returns January 15.
Return in January
Both shows are back Tuesday, January 15.
, and the Battle Between Comedy’s Light and Dark Sides
represent a level of comedic darkness and light never before seen in the sitcom.
Comedy Central Renews ‘Corporate’ for a Second Season
More Corporate on the way. Comedy Central just announced that it’s handed out a season 2 renewal to Jake Weisman, Matt Ingebretson, and Pat […]
The Catholic League Wages War with Comedy Central’s ‘Corporate’ and […]
The Catholic League has a bone to pick with Comedy Central – particularly Jake Weisman, Matt Ingebretson, and Pat Bishop’s new series […]
Approaching Standup and Acting from the Inside Out with Aparna Nancherla
When life gives her low-key anxiety, Aparna Nancherla makes lemonade. As a comedian and actor she has molded a successful career from her […]
Going ‘Corporate’ with Matt Ingebretson, Jake Weisman, and Pat Bishop
“Comedy Central Is Corporate.” That’s what was on some mysterious billboards in Los Angeles and New York recently, without much else to go off […]
The Trailer for Comedy Central’s New Series ‘Corporate’ Has Arrived
Last year, Comedy Central ordered a new scripted series from Jake Weisman, Matt Ingebretson, and Pat Bishop called Corporate, and today the […]
Turns Out, the Client Isn’t Very Ticklish, by Larry Lee
Team, you all saw for yourself. The expression on our head client’s face didn’t change one bit as I snuck behind him in the dimly lit […]
Comedy Central Orders Jake Weisman and Matt Ingebretson’s ‘Corporate’ to […]
Comedy Central just added a new workplace comedy. According to Deadline, the network has given a series order to Corporate, which it ordered to […]