Comedy Central has renewed Nick Kroll's new sketch comedy series "Kroll Show" after just two episodes, the cable network announced Wednesday (Jan. 30). Season 2 will consist of ten additional episodes.
“Nick plays his characters with such comedic conviction, it’s become obvious he has a serious personality disorder,” joked Comedy Central’s president of original programming Kent Alterman in a statement announcing the renewal. “We hope another season will help him discover who he really is.”
“All of me are very excited," added the comedian.
The Jan. 16 premiere of "Kroll Show" drew 1.2 million total viewers, and was the number one show in all of television in its timeslot among men 18-34 and 18-24.
The show is executive produced and written by Kroll, John Levenstein ("Arrested Development") and Jonathan Krisel ("Portlandia").
Kroll is best known for playing Ruxin on FX's "The League." He has also guest starred on "Community," "Parks and Recreation," "Childrens Hospital" and "Portlandia."
"Kroll Show" continues Wednesdays at 10:30/9:30 p.m. CT after "Workaholics" on Comedy Central.