Hannibal Buress is getting his own weekly half-hour show on Comedy Central and the title, Why, is basically the same as my non-existent memoir. Deadline reports that "the comedian will provide his perspective on each week's zeitgeist-driven topic" on the show, which will also incorporate his stand-up and feature man-on-the-street interviews, as well as guests. This is part of Buress' original deal with Comedy Central that involved his Broad City role, a pilot, stand-up special and tour.


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Global Beet

Warms my heart to see shows like Empire, Sleepy Hollow and Scandal force tv execs to realize black people watch television as well. You'd think Living Single taught them this lesson int he 90's but apparently not.