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Monday
Jul122010

Jon Benjamin Has an Upcoming Series (and a Van)

H. Jon Benjamin's new sketch series, Jon Benjamin Has a Van, has been greenlighted and--cross your fingers America--it sounds like it just might be the perfect vehicle for Jon's bit about all the XXX dick-pics he finds on Craigslist.  Details on the show:

NEW YORK, July 12, 2010 -- First he had a van, now Jon Benjamin has a show. CENTRAL has picked-up "Jon Benjamin Has a Van," and placed a 10-episode series order for the sketch comedy series, it was announced today by Kent Alterman, head of original programming and production, COMEDY CENTRAL. The new series is slated to begin production in the fall and is scheduled to premiere in summer 2011.

Executive produced by Jon Benjamin, Andrew Steele and Funny or Die, and produced by Absolutely Productions, "Jon Benjamin Has a Van" stars the recently Emmy®-nominated Benjamin ("Archer," "Important Things with Demetri Martin”) as an investigative reporter who hits the streets and puts his unique twist on the traditional human interest story in this newsmagazine-style sketch show. Whether going undercover, being the man-on-the-street or participating in reenactments, Benjamin will do whatever it takes to get the stories to the people. His custom van will ensure that he delivers it in style. [PRESS RELEASE]

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