TBS Cancels Late Night Comedy Series THE PETE HOLMES SHOW

TBS Cancels Late Night Comedy Series THE PETE HOLMES SHOW

Variety reports that TBS has canceled its latenight sketch comedy series "The Pete Holmes Show" after two years on the air. The series will end its run on June 19th.

The Pete Holmes Show is produced for TBS by Conaco LLC, with Jeff Ross, David Kissinger, Nick Bernstein, Dave Rath and Conan O'Brien serving as executive producers. Taped before a live studio audience, the series showcases Pete's wide-ranging comedic skill set, which led him to be named one of Variety's "Top 10 Comics to Watch." The show packs live comedy, sketches and video pieces into a fast-paced half hour.

In addition to headlining The Pete Holmes Show, Pete is the host of the You Made It Weird podcast, which was named one of the Top Ten Podcasts of 2012 by both The Onion AV Club and Paste magazine. His comedy album, Nice Try, The Devil, was named one of the best albums of 2013 by The Onion. Since 2011, Pete has starred in CollegeHumor.com's hilarious and extremely popular series of Batman parodies. Pete also provides The Voice for the talking baby in the award-winning e*trade ad-campaign.