Watch a New Preview of IFC's Onion News Network

The Daily Show and The Colbert Report will soon have some competition in the fake news category; here's a preview of IFC's Onion News Network, set to premiere on January 21. What do you think—will you be tuning in?



A magician visual effects crew never reveals its secrets... until now. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at Boardwalk Empire.



This is a video of Snooki kissing herself. And by "herself," I mean SNL's Bobby Moynihan in full Snooki garb.



Also!

... Guess what? According to a new study, Americans are watching more TV than ever before. Also, Brad Pitt is attractive.

... These are the television shows that topped the illegal downloads list last year.

... Modern Family's Rico Rodriguez is going to launch his own clothing line, presumably consisting of velour blazers and tiny fedora hats.

... Parenthood's Lauren Graham totally wants to sing on Glee.

... Former Ugly Betty star Mark Indelicato thinks that Glee could make Kurt into a much stronger gay character.

... NBC's Brian Williams is kicking ass and taking names in the nightly news ratings. And rightfully so.

... Why do TV characters have such poor telephone etiquette? TVGuide investigates.

... It turns out that Oprah's daily life is actually really boring.


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Great shot ^^
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That snooki video is so funny!
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That clip of the Onion News looks all right. There are lots of idiots, especially during snowstorms.
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I don't really like the Jersey Shore or SNL but that video was actually pretty funny
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Does Onion News Network really need a preview? They've been vidcasting for years. They're one of the leading vidcasters/podcasters.
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Onion News Network looks a bit.. Dumb. Daily Show/Colbert actually mocks real events, from what I just saw.. This is more of a sketch like show that pretends to be a news show.
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On December 8, 2010 the IFC began airing commercial breaks in all of their programming including movies. A network that celebrated the independent vision of filmakers completely sold out to the corporate dollar. The entire network died that day. They now put commercials in movies.
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The Daily Show and The Colbert Report actually provides real news
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