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Submitted by JL 993d ago | news

Comedy Central Sets 2013 Mid-Season Schedule

CPC:
We’re right in the middle of holiday season and that means TV is about to become very barren as all our favorite shows end their season or take a break (undoubtedly so we can have as many Christmas movies crammed onto TV as possible). But never fear, come January, the ball will start rolling again as networks begin regular programming again. Comedy Central has now set their mid-season schedule which will start in January of 2013. You can find out the details below, which include the return of some of our favorite shows as well as the start of some new ones. (Comedy Central, Inside Amy Schumer, Kroll Show, Nathan For You, The Ben Show, The Burn with Jeff Ross, The Jeselnik Offensive, Tosh.0, TV, Workaholics)

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