Pat Cashman confirms new comedy show to launch in Januaryon December 7, 2012 @ 9:33 am (Updated: 9:55 am - 12/7/12 )
After months of speculation, Seattle comedian Pat Cashman says the rumors are true. He's reuniting with his former "Almost Live" co-star John Keister and his son, Chris, for a new sketch comedy show premiering in January on KING and KONG TV.
There's been plenty of buzz since the trio launched some video teases on YouTube earlier this year. Now, Cashman confirms "The 206" will debut January 5 and 6, 2013, KING 5 reports.
The show's Facebook page teases "They're back! Almost! Seattle is ALMOST funny again-Get the drift? We really don't want to have to spell it out in a stinking bio! Just stay tuned! Sheesh."
The show will air right after Saturday Night Live on KING TV, and at 7:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Sunday on KONG.
The trio will tape the first two episodes before a live audience Dec. 29. But you'll have to wait to watch. The show at Mighty Media Studios in Bellevue is already sold out.
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