IFC is keeping the laughs going, renewing Baroness von Sketch Show for a fifth season ahead of its Season 4 premiere (on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at midnight ET).
The all-female sketch series “celebrates the absurd and mines the embarrassing, offering a fresh, witty take on relatable moments such as crying at work, waiting in airport security lines, dealing with gossip-obsessed co-workers, co-parenting and more,” per the official synopsis.
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