Say it ain’t so, Sarah!

Back in March, I posed the question as to why Comedy Central was not fully behind one on the funniest and most original shows on the air, The Sarah Silverman Program. I guess I’ll take the show’s cancellation as the network’s answer. Silverman and Co. created something that was usually offensive, occasionally surreal, and more often than not hysterical. Maybe the ratings weren’t what they could have been, but I stand behind the argument that Comedy Central did little to support the show this past season. Here’s hoping that another network takes a chance on new episodes. Until then…


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