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Comedian Tracy Morgan, who was badly injured in a collision June 7, has been upgraded from critical to fair condition, his publicist said.
“Happy to pass along that Tracy has been upgraded to fair condition, which is a great improvement,” publicist Lewis Kay said. “His personality is certainly starting to come back as well.”
The actor-comedian was seriously injured after a Walmart truck slammed into a limo bus occupied by Morgan and four others on the New Jersey Turnpike. The collision killed comedian James McNair and injured the others. Morgan was hospitalized with broken ribs, a broken nose, a broken femur and a broken leg.
Another of the passengers in the limo, Jeff Millea, has also improved to fair condition, Kay said.
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Ever since she announced the ending of Chelsea Lately in April, Chelsea Handler has kept the comedy world guessing as to what her next step would be. But today Netflix announced what many have assumed—Handler will develop a new talk show for the streaming service. Starting in 2016, Chelsea Handler will star in a brand new talk show for Netflix.
“If I was going to continue working in this industry, I knew I had to do something outside the box to keep myself interested,” Handler says. “I wanted to sit with the cool kids at lunch so I approached Netflix to make sure they were as cool as I thought they were, and when I confirmed my suspicions, like with any other future lover, I made my move. I’m more excited than I’ve been in awhile, and the team at Netflix is the most forward thinking, alert group I’ve sat down with in ages. No offense to the Shahs Of Sunset.”
But Handler’s Netflix deal begins not with the talk show but with the veteran comedian’s new hour-long special. Based on her newest stand-up tour and book Uganda Be Kidding Me, Handler will film the new special at the Harris Theater in Chicago on Friday, June 20 and will premiere Oct. 10 on Netflix. Handler will also create four “docu-comedy specials” next year for Netflix, which the company explains will cover subjects like politics, NASCAR, the NBA Draft and Silicon Valley.
One of the most sought after live comedians in the business, Lange is currently the host of “The Artie Lange Show,” a Fox News Radio show he created with fellow comedian Nick Di Paolo. Launched this past fall, the show has already garnered rave reviews and a massive fan base. Lange was a beloved regular on “The Howard Stern Show” for five years and during that time his memoir, Too Fat To Fish became a New York Times bestseller.
Artie Lange began his career in the comedy clubs of New York City, where he helped to create the popular sketch comedy group Live on Tape, after writing and performing with other troupes, including Midnight Madness and The Improvables. Lange’s breakout work with Live On Tape landed him his debut television role as one of the original series regulars on FOX’s Mad TV.
Artie’s success on Mad TV led to being cast opposite Norm MacDonald in Lange’s first starring role in the MGM feature film Dirty Work. This lead to a string of feature films including, New Line’s The Bachelor, starring opposite Chris O’Donnell and Renee Zellweger; Lost and Found with David Spade for Warner Brothers; Kinka Usher’s Mystery Men and the independent drama The Fourth Floor, opposite Juliette Lewis and William Hurt. Artie also had supporting roles in the Dreamworks feature film Old School and New Line Cinema’s Elf.
Showtime has ordered an hour-long pilot for Roadies, a potential half-hour comedy from Cameron Crowe (Singles, Almost Famous). The series would follow a rock and roll tour as seen through the eyes of the… anyone want to take a guess? Yes, roadies. Crowe will write and direct the pilot, with J.J. Abrams on board as an executive producer. The project is a co-production between Abrams’ Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TV. [Showtime via PR]