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The Comedy Channel commissions Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia for Australian audiences and signs series host Tommy Little

Foxtel announced today it has commissioned Whose Line Is It Anyway? exclusively for The Comedy Channel bringing the world-famous improvisational comedy show to Australia with a hilarious line-up of popular comedians and new faces. Aussie comedian Tommy Little is new host and almighty ruler of Whose Line and will be joined by seven exciting and…Read more

Herald Sun Feature

A ‘beautiful bromance’ – on set with Open Slather‘s Shane Jacobson and Stephen Curry. THERE’S a solemn air in the room as Shane Jacobson and Stephen Curry prepare to film a sketch for the Comedy Channel’s satirical show Open Slather.

Courier Mail Feature

The changing faces of comedy – on set with Open Slather’s ‘newbie’ George H. Xanthis.  <link rel=”stylesheet” href=”http://resources.newscdn.com.au/cs/chronicle/couriermail/latest/assets/styles/btf-article.min.css”/>‘); // WHEN Open Slather was first pitched to Foxtel as a big-name sketch comedy, the producers decided to find some fresh new faces to join the mix. Over 400 people applied for one of 12 slots. And for a…Read more

Herald Sun Feature

Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan joins his good friend Shane Jacobson in an Open Slather sketch Australian comedy great Paul Hogan has returned to television for a sketch of biblical proportions.

Canberra Times Feature

Ruth Ritchie explores why Comedy stalwarts get better with age.  There’s something reassuring about seeing Gina Riley, Marg Downey, Jane Turner and Magda Szubanski on telly on Sunday nights. The women of our collective sketch comedy consciousness get better with age, and they never disappoint.  (Of course Stephen Curry, Shane Jacobson, Michael Veitch and Glenn…Read more