Comedy Central Picks Up Second Season of 'Kroll Show'

Alexander C. Kaufman
January 30, 2013
Comedy Central Picks Up Second Season of 'Kroll Show'

Comedy Central renewed Nick Kroll's pop culture series "Kroll Show" for a second season, the network announced Wednesday.

The show's premiere episode on Jan. 16 drew 1.4 million total viewers, Comedy Central said.

Written and executive produced by Kroll, a former "Best Week Ever" co-star and comedian, the show is a sketch-comedy series starring its eponymous creator playing various roles.

"All of me are very excited," Kroll said.

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