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Comedy Central Has "No Plans" to Renew 'The Jeff Dunham Show'

by Andrew Scott, posted Dec 29th 2009 1:16PM
The Jeff Dunham ShowComedy Central has reportedly passed on a second season of 'The Jeff Dunham Show.'

According to the Live Feed, the network says it has "no plans to renew the series at this time." However, the network will remain in business with the famed ventriloquist, thanks to a previously signed deal, which will include a network special set to air in fall 2010.

Among the speculated reasons for 'Dunham''s cancellation: production costs.The Jeff Dunham ShowComedy Central has reportedly passed on a second season of 'The Jeff Dunham Show.'

According to the Live Feed, the network says it has "no plans to renew the series at this time." However, the network will remain in business with the famed ventriloquist, thanks to a previously signed deal, which will include a network special set to air in fall 2010.

Among the speculated reasons for 'Dunham''s cancellation: production costs.

Since it debuted to a record-setting 5.3 million viewers in October, 'Dunham' has struggled to maintain an audience, with numbers falling 55 percent for episode two. Even worse, the show drew in between 1.3 and 1.8 million viewers in December, according to the report.

Jeff Dunham has been the subject of much debate following his show's premiere, including right here at AOL TV. For more on that, click here.

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