Little Mosque on the Prairie, Trailer Park Boys In the news: Canada succeeding at sitcoms November 2, 2007 Diane Wild 5 Comments From Brendan Kelly of Variety: Canadian TV finds funny bone “The sitcom may be on life-support in the U.S. but it’s the hottest thing on TV in the Great White North.” Read more. Related
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Oh, please. Let’s not encourage these people. ‘Mosque,’ ‘Rent-A-Goalie’ ‘Da Kink’ and their ilk are simply unfunny.
Also, Ms. Boyce should be ashamed of herself for taking credit for the Comedy Network’s impact on home grown comedy production. Other than airing ‘The Simpsons,’ it does nothing of value. Kenny v Spenny is unbelievably awful; Comedy Inc. is embarrassingly bad; VIP is not worthy of mention. They might as well shelve their development people and put the money into reruns of ‘F Troop.’ If you want well written, contemporary comedy, look to CBS and ‘The Big Bang Theory’ and ‘How I Met Your Mother.’ Good characters. Funny scripts. Go figure.
If somebody is interested in auditioning for future sitcoms how does one find out about them so they can go to the audition?
As per my question in November:
How does someone find out about auditioning for sitcoms? I could have sent u the wrong e-mail. Sorry!
As per the FAQ, this is so not the place to make that inquiry.
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