Comedy Central has renewed its workplace comedy "Corporate" for a third and final season.
You can watch the announcement...er, email, in the video above. The final season will air in 2020. The series was created by Pat Bishop, Matt Ingebretson and Jake Weisman.
The dark comedy stars Ingebretson and Weisman as Matt and Jake, two junior-executives-in-training who work for "your average, soulless multinational corporation." Lance Reddick stars as the "tyrannical" CEO Christian DeVille, with Adam Lustick and Anne Dudek as his top lieutenants. Aparna Nancherla also stars as the company's human resources rep, Grace, who Matt and Jake's only ally.
Season 2 aired earlier this year.
Last week, the network announced that Alec Baldwin will be Comedy Central's next Roastee. "The Comedy Central Roast of Alec Baldwin" will take place in New York -- the tape and airdate will be announced at a later date. Comedy Central also announced the title for David Spade's new late-night show, the network's latest attempt at filling the post-"Daily Show" timeslot.
"Lights Out With David Spade" is set to launch on Monday, July 29. Per the network, the show will feature Spade's "signature take" on the pop culture news of the day and include a rotating group of Spade's comedian and celebrity friends, while also incorporating sketches and field segments.