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ADAM DEVINE'S HOUSE PARTY Returns to Comedy Central, 9/9

ADAM DEVINE'S HOUSE PARTY Returns to Comedy Central, 9/9

Come on down to New Orleans for the second season of "Adam Devine's House Party," premiering on Tuesday, September 9 at 10:30 p.m., and moving into its permanent timeslot on Thursday, September 11 at 12:30 a.m. ET/PT.

Starring and curated by Devine ("Workaholics"), "House Party" shows what happens when Adam is given a massive budget and free reign to plan an epic party. This season he buys a bar in New Orleans for an incredible, ten-episode bash, complete with party shenanigans and all-new stand-up sets from some of his favorite comic friends. In the premiere, titled "King Cake Baby!" and featuring Ian Karmel, Aparna Nancherla, and Brendan Lynch, Adam suffers the effects of mixing pain meds with absinthe.

Every episode of "House Party" mixes scripted storylines with real stand-up, and features an exciting lineup of comedy favorites: Kurt Braunohler, Nikki Glaser, Erik Griffin and Kristen Schaal, as well as up-and-coming talent: Cy Amundson, Rell Battle, Tone Bell, Billy Bonnell, Mike Bridenstine, Rob Christensen, Kevin Christy, Thomas Dale, Rick Glassman, Sabrina Jalees, Matteo Lane, Randy Liedtke, Monroe Martin, John McKeever, Alingon Mitra, Sam Morril, Joe Pera, Crystian Ramirez, Ben Roy, Nick Rutherford, Mark Serritella, Dave Thomason and Jesus Trejo.

Leading up to the season premiere, both the Comedy Central Stand-Up and "Adam Devine's House Party" Web sites (cc.com/AdamsParty) will offer preview clips from the new season, with the latter featuring bios of the emerging comics featured in the series and a Twitter feed populated with tweets using the hashtag #AdamsParty. The CC:Stand-Up app will also host clips throughout the new season. Fans can follow Adam Devine on Twitter at @ADAMDEVINE, and Comedy Central Stand-Up at @ccstandup.


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