Former 'Daily Show' guru jumping to HBO

Zeitchik, Steven
August 2007
Daily Variety;8/17/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 34, p2
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The article reports that Ben Karlin, "The Daily Show" guru, has signed a comprehensive deal with U.S.-based Home Box Office Inc. (HBO). The deal will see the comedy scriptwriter create series, specials and telepics for HBO. It also includes a first-look deal for theatrical films under the PictureHouse banner.


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