The Butter Show Returns to Television on March 31

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The Butter Show, the topical sketch comedy series that made a huge splash in 2000 in southern California is returning to television on March 31st. The series, from producers Sean Miller and Dana Miller, will reach over 5 million households in the greater Los Angeles area.

The Butter Show, a new, topical, sketch comedy series will premiere on KHIZ, Channel 64 on Wednesday, March 31, at 11:30PM. The show, produced by Sean Miller and Dana Miller, stars Cole McCandless and an ensemble of young, talented actors. The Butter Show originally aired on KPAL-TV 38 in 2000 in the southern California area. Repeated requests from fans through the years prompted the producers to resurrect the series. Besides McCandless, the new show features many of the original actors.

McCandless, who recently appeared in the recent sci-fi comedy short, HAPPY, is delighted to be back. “We had an incredible fan base when the show aired in 2000 and this new incarnation of The Butter Show is bigger and funnier than the original. I always knew that we’d be back on television. What I didn’t imagine is that the show would be available to over five million homes in the greater Los Angeles area!” The original series was created when the producers and the actors were still in high school.

Producer Sean Miller described the new The Butter Show as an irreverent look at today’s world through mindless comedy sketches, insane cartoons and senseless commentary. “Not much has changed since high school”, says Miller, “except we’re a lot funnier, smarter and we have better cameras.”

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