The stand-up series hybrid Adam Devine’s House Party has been renewed for a second season, with eight episodes ordered to air in 2014. The first season currently airs at 12:30 AM Thursdays and revolves around Devine’s massive party in an LA mansion, with up-and-coming comedians stopping by to perform stand-up sets on a backyard stage. Each episode mixes scripted storylines with stand-up. “Giving Adam Devine money to throw a house party stand-up series proved to be so irresponsible, we couldn’t resist doing it again,” said Kent Alterman, President, Content Development and Original Programming, Comedy Central. The Avalon Television-produced series is exec produced by Devine, Avalon’s Jon Thoday, Richard Allen-Turner, David Martin, Isaac Horne, and Kyle Newacheck, who directed the first season.
Comedy Central Renews ‘Adam Devine’s House Party’
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