[08/19/13 - 11:22 PM] Development Update: Monday, August 19 Updates include: Sarah Clarke joins AMC's "Line of Sight"; NickMom extends "Instant Mom" by seven episodes; and Demi Lovato near deal for six-episode arc on FOX's "Glee."
[06/08/12 - 11:19 PM] Development Update: Friday, June 8 Updates include: Joshua Malina in, Henry Ian Cusick out on ABC's "Scandal"; Cinemax's "Strike Back" to return Friday, August 17; and "NCIS" locks in Rocky Carroll for season 10.
[05/29/12 - 11:06 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, May 29 Updates include: "Private Practice" drops co-star Tim Daly; Comedy Central's "Brickleberry" to premiere Tuesday, September 25; and "Game of Thrones" producers detail season three roles.
[02/20/10 - 12:07 AM] Development Update: Saturday, February 20 Updates include: CBS, FOX greenlight more pilots; ABC Family to renew "Greek"; and Bill Pullman, Kristin Kreuk are among the latest to land pilots.
ADDITIONAL NOTES: renewed through the 2014-15 season (the show's third) on 10/30/13
DESCRIPTION: (from Comedy Central's press release, October 2013) Fresh off a strong launch to its fall season, Comedy Central keeps the good news rolling in as the #1 brand in comedy has renewed three hit series, "Key & Peele," "Brickleberry" and "Drunk History," it was announced today by Kent Alterman, President, Content Development and Original Programming, COMEDY CENTRAL. "Key & Peele" receives a fourth season renewal and is executive produced by Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Ian Roberts, Jay Martel and Joel Zadak. "Brickleberry" receives a third season renewal and is produced by Fox 21 and executive produced by Daniel Tosh, Waco O'Guin and Roger Black. "Drunk History" receives a second season renewal and is executive produced by Derek Waters, Jeremy Konner, along with Gary Sanchez Productions' Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Chris Henchy and Owen Burke. All three new seasons will premiere in 2014. Currently in its second season (Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT), "Brickleberry" is averaging 1.6 million viewers each week and is number one in all of television in its timeslot with Men 18-24 (source: Nielsen Media Research, most current data through 10/20/13, premieres only). The animated series revolves around a group of dysfunctional park rangers at a second tier national park. The voice talent includes Natasha Leggero ("Burning Love") as "Ethel," the smoking hot top ranger; Tom Kenny ("SpongeBob SquarePants") as "Woody," the head ranger who has good intentions, but not always the best ideas; Dave Herman ("Futurama") as "Steve," the overconfident Ranger of the Month; Jerry Minor ("Eastbound & Down") as "Denzel," the African American ranger who isn't comfortable in the woods; Roger Black as "Connie," the unusually strong and masculine female ranger; and Tosh as "Malloy," the cuddly, yet vulgar and spoiled resident bear.