Despite scoring the most-watched series premiere for Comedy Central, The Jeff Dunham Show won’t be coming back for a second season. His series debuted in October with 5.3 million viewers, dropping to as low as 1.3 million in December. A Comedy Central spokesperson told The Hollywood Reporter: “We have no plans to renew the series at this time.” Still, the ventriloquist will be back on the network with another special in fall 2010.
Dec 29 2009 05:56 PM ET
'Jeff Dunham Show' won't see second season on Comedy Central
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