Comedy Central will, however, shop the show around to other networks and platforms. Production was shut down on Lights Out due to the coronavirus pandemic — the last traditional episode aired March 12 — but Spade has been producing a digital version of the show from home. That version of Lights Out will continue to air online for the next few weeks.
Lights Out features Spade and a rotating panel of his comedian friends dissecting pop-culture news and gossip, intentionally steering clear from anything political. Debuting last July in the post-Daily Show time slot, the series has welcomed guests like Kaley Cuoco, Wayne Brady, Drew Carey, Maya Rudolph, Martin Short and many more.
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