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Rob Corddry Scores Deal With Warner Bros. For His Own Show

Rob Corddry, one of my favorite comedic actors who's usually relegated to bit parts in movies, has struck a deal with Warner Bros. to get his own sitcom.

Corddry will create, executive produce and star in the TV show, which he describes as an "unconventional family comedy" set in a "weird world that doesn't run by an exact rule."

The comedian got his start on The Daily Show and has made movies like What Happens in Vegas watchable. Though he has tried his hand at sitcoms before (the short-lived "The Winner" in 2007), I hope this idea sticks — my primetime lineup could always use some more funny.

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