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We're very proud to announce three new series coming to Comedy Central.

Anthony Jeselnik will bring his signature dark and twisted point-of-view to the network in his new untitled weekly topical series.

Also, his press release quote is great: “‘Money, money, money, money, money, money, money, money, money, money,’ said Jesenik”

Watch a clip of him on last year’s Roast of Charlie Sheen.

Amy Schumer, who you might remember from her breakout set on the Roast of Charlie Sheen, will star in a sketch series that will feature single-camera vignettes centered around a theme with Schumer playing heightened versions of herself. The vignettes will be linked together with stand-up footage.

“The Ben Show” is a sketch/man-on-the-street hybrid starring comedian Ben Hoffman. Each week, he’ll take on a different life journey which could include him forming a band, finding religion, or auditioning for a reality show. Hoffman seeks advice from people in his life including his dad, ex-girlfriends, and therapist, who will also act as episode co-hosts.

Hoffman was written for a ton of cool stuff, including Sports Show with Norm Macdonald (where he was also a correspondent) and the MTV Movie Awards. He also appeared on Arrested Development, and you may know him as the guy who pranked the Internet by tweeting as if he were actually present at George Clooney’s Obama fundraiser.

You can read more details about all three shows over at Deadline.



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