Comedy Central confirmed plans not to order more episodes of The Jeselnik Offensive, which aired its second season this past summer. Comedian Anthony Jeselnik, the series’ star and co-creator, announced the cancellation while performing at the New York Comedy Festival over the weekend, reportedly leading the crowd into a “F*ck you, Comedy Central” chant. Jeselnik was a regular on the cable networkl’s roasts before landing his own series. The Jeselnik Offensive featured Jeselnik’s take on news ripped from the headlines of Gawker, Reddit and the places we troll for the darker, more shocking and lurid stories.
Comedy Central’s ‘The Jeselnik Offensive’ Cancelled After 2 Seasons
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