Let's hope they do something more worthy than hyping Vidangel.
Yeah, between Divine Comedy, et al (like Comedy Sports and the old Garrins and
more), there should be some talent somewhere. Or even Marco Lui from Italy.
The massive failure here--considering that BYUtv only has a few successful
programs--is that they allowed the original crew to remain static for so long.
They should have been incubating a pipeline of talent continually for years, and
attracting and developing new people for the cast. They are now in position of
enormous risk, while they should have been building deep talent and continuity.
Thanks cast members, for the memories. I never did watch every episode, but my
Vernal grandkids did. Even my son would watch with the kids and I would have to
watch, too. It has always been a good family program. My wishes for a
successful future for each of you.
Studio C is horribly unfunny and painful to watch.
Studio C was awesome, but i can see how they would be ready to move on to other
projects. Divine Comedy has many talented performers, and I am sure we will see
some of them in the next iteration. Part of life is moving on.It is
good to have more family-friendly media, as their new venture will likely be.
Look forward to seeing it. As church members, it is vital that we support
family-friendly media to help preserve a culture that is under increasing attack
and censorship. It would be prudent for readers to go see "Death of a
Nation" to help preserve cultural heritage, teach the children truths about
the United States they won't learn about in public schools, and make sure
that quality content is available in the future and safe from leftist censors.
Good luck to the Studio C troupe! They are fun, talented, clean and already
family friendly...I, too, have wondered how long they would be sustaining the
show, since they have all clearly graduated by now. Cant to see what is next
A great comedy troupe, a great cast and a great show. Very rare is the sketch
that just doesn't work. Clean funny sketch comedy. Proving that you
don't have to go to the crass or the obscene or political to get laughs.
This crew will be missed, but looking forward to what new talent can
bring us. And looking forward to one last Matt Sterling sketch!
Family friendly comedy.Well, the got the family-friendly part!
I always wondered why the cast never changed, since BYU is the production venue,
and BYU is a school, where students graduate, and go on to bigger and better
things. so, does this mean that the cast is finally graduating? Will freshmen
be allowed to try out? Will they turn to the football program for recruits,
like the basketball team did a couple of years ago? Will future episodes
include family skits, including marriage and children?Last, but not least, will
studio C get outside of the studio for some of their episodes, and if so, will
they call those episodes "Neighborhood C"?I forgot to
mention that in the beginning, they had Christopher Lloyd, a proven star, in
their early productions. Will they dare bring in such actors on a guest
appearance basis, or will they continue to go with lower costing "no
Maybe they will get better people... or is it the programming itself that needs
to be better.I watched two episodes of "Studio C" and it was
the worst acting and material I have ever seen. Even the worst episodes of
(picking the closet matching TV programming I know) Carol Burnett and Friends
was better than the two episodes of Studio C that I saw.And while
Carol Burnett would sometimes get quite crass... something I presume Studio C
didn't do ever do; even then it was better; and I really don't dig
I love Studio C, I love the original cast. I look forward to seeing what both
have in store!