Comedy Central renews its 'Drawn Together' animated reality parody
UPI News Service, 11/09/2005
Comedy Central Wednesday gave a third season to the animated reality parody "Drawn Together."
The cable network ordered 14 new episodes to start in October 2006, TV Week reported. The first three episodes this season have drawn an average 2.1 million viewers each week.
"'Drawn Together' has given us, along with 'South Park,' a solid hour of animated comedy and the creators continue to bring in creative, hysterical story lines that keep us wanting more," Comedy Central's Lauren Corrao said.
The first three episodes of the second season have averaged 2.1 million viewers. The new deal calls for 14 episodes that will begin airing in October 2006.
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