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Author Matthew Latkiewicz and comic Abbi Crutchfield look to improve viewers' lives with this series. Through comedy sketches and man-on-the-street and expert interviews, the hosts provide tips on topics that include drinking, technology, money and friends. It's not all about imparting wisdom -- often on subjects not taught in school -- for Latkiewicz and Crutchfield, who also offer viewers laughs while being informed.

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Following a successful 20th anniversary special, the Emmy-winning sketch comedy series "MAdTV" is undergoing a modern revival. The latest iteration of the series features a fresh group of new comedic talent alongside fan-favorite cast members of the original late-night format. Those familiar with the hilarious franchise can expect to see more of the bold pop culture parodies, irreverent sketches and politically incorrect humor they know and love. David E. Salzman returns to once again serve as an executive producer and showrunner.
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TV personality Kevin Pereira ("Attack of the Show") and comic Brooke Van Poppelen explore the world of "life hacks": procedures or actions that solve problems, simplify tasks or reduce frustrations. From opening a wine bottle with a shoe, eliminating pet hair on fabric with a squeegee and flip-flop, or using a sock to make a toilet seat more comfortable, the successful hacks are designed to be fun, inexpensive time-savers. Those that don't live up to the hype are exposed, and undercover hacks challenge members of the public to overcome pitfalls.
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Presenting information in the form of a list -- a "listicle," in today's parlance -- is the foundation of this truTV comedy series. Covering offbeat, unusual topics, host Jamie Lee builds each list using a combination of irreverent commentary and innovative visuals. A few things to know about Lee: She stars on MTV's "Girl Code," was a "Last Comic Standing" semifinalist, and one website had her on its list of "Top Five Comedians Who Should Be Movie Stars."
In this awkwardly titled series that truTV calls a comedy-centric documentary anthology, previously untold TV tales behind comedy icons -- films, clubs, and performers -- receive the light of day. Related directly by the people who were on the inside, the truth comes out about, for example, the inspiration behind the famous "jive" scene in "Airplane!" The cast and crew also recall how star Leslie Nielsen was the only actor who really "got" the movie. Stories are shared about "Bridesmaids," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," "The Jerk," "Tommy Boy," "Bull Durham" and "Heathers," as well as talent breeding grounds The Groundlings and The Comedy Cellar.
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