Comedy Central’s ‘Kroll Show’ Renewed For Third Season

Comedy Central has ordered a third season of sketch pop culture series Kroll Show. Creator/star Nick Kroll made the announcement tonight during an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers. The second season airing at 10:30 PM Tuesdays is averaging 1.1 million total viewers. “Nick has gone so deep into his characters we’re worried about his mental health if we didn’t pick up a third season,” said Comedy Central President of Original Programming Kent Alterman. Kroll Show, which reflects Kroll’s take on pop culture topics such as Internet life, professional sports, nightclub culture and the TV landscape, is executive produced by writers Kroll, who also co-stars on FX’s The League, and John Levenstein, director Jonathan Krisel and Mosaic’s Christie Smith.

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