Desus & Mero Seem To Get Out Of Viceland For Showtime
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New York, NY – Internet-turned-TV funnymen (and the inexplicable destruction of DJ Envy of the existence) Desus & Mero are, apparently, looking to a premium pay day.
Deadline reports that the popular show with Viceland is coming to an end, in favour of a greater deployment on Showtime from the stellar network.
The current nightly, it is also said to be replaced with a weekly format. According to Deadline's Nellie Andreeva, the Cellar, the Boys began to inform the staff about the departure on the 14th of June.
In his two seasons, the Bronx-born, Hip-Hop-adjacent comedians have seen their stock rise greatly. While that rose to fame in the interview to almost every rapper in the top of the news cycle, the duo crossed over to the pop culture of the tip, having sitdowns with the likes of Melissa McCarthy, John Cena, Matthew Rhys and several political figures.
The final episode is expected to air June 28.