Oh man! Fingers crossed for her!
This would be AMAZING!
Sarah Silverman has reportedly struck a deal with Imagine Television, and will be penning a new project with her Sarah Silverman Program writer/producer Jon Schroeder and showrunner Dan Sterling, that if ordered to pilot, will star the comedienne!
Ha! Can't they just reboot The Sarah Silverman Program?!
It was HIGHlarious! We need more Cookie Party with Ookie and Miniature Coffee! LOLz!
Oh well, though!
We know that whatever you come up with, it's going to be the best!
Fingers crossed for you guys!
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But she's still gunning for Emmys!
Check out the ad for The Sarah Silverman Program running in Variety magazine today featuring the lady herself looking so edgy and Emmy-worthy!
Do U think Sarah should win the coveted award?
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The HIGHlarious Sarah Silverman Program has been cancelled after its third season.
It's been a difficult run for the Comedy Central series - producers Dan Sterling and Rob Schrab were forced to slash the show's budget in 2009 by more than 20%, and halfway through season three, it got bumped from its 10:30 spot to midnight!
We're disappointed, because we LOVED the show, but we know Miz Silverman will do just fine!
We can't wait to read your book, bb!
What do U think?? Will U be singing The White Dog Poop song in honor of the show's cancellation today??
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Comedy Central's The Sarah Silverman Program will most likely not make it to a fourth season!
Silverman's co-star, comedian Brian Posehn stated that he believes the show will be canned after this season "just because it was so tough to get them to give us the money to do the third season."
But may this be a case of the funnyman's growing pessimism?
Says Posehn: "I don't know. I'm also a negative person. I'm not going to be the blue sky-er, you know. I feel like we're lucky to have done what we've done, and I would be very happy to come back and do a season four. But I'd also be completely surprised if it happened."
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