Comedy Central cancels Anthony Jeselnik’s show after two seasons

By | November 11, 2013 at 2:44 pm | 2 comments | News, TV/Movies | Tags: ,

After 18 episodes and two seasons, Anthony Jeselnik’s series The Jeselnik Offensive has been canceled. Comedy Central confirmed its decision today after the folks at The Laugh Button first reported the news over the weekend. In today’s television climate, 18 episodes of a weekly show is actually a pretty good run– especially on Comedy Central. In the end, it gave the talented comedian the exposure he needed to start selling out theaters across the country. The network got a quality show for a while and comedy fans got a ton of quality laughs. We say everyone wins.

Let’s watch a pair of Jeselnik Offensive clips to properly put the show to rest.


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  • qwert

    Thats sad. Show was pretty funny and Offensive

  • Lloyd

    The show sucked and he sucked. He is a smug asshole and whether its a persona he plays or not it never comes off as funny. Tosh is barely funny but he’s better at it than Anthony that copying hack.