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Studio C
BYU Television,

2012

| Comedy, Sketch/Improv, Variety
Rating: 5/5

This is a sketch comedy television show. The show evolved from the BYU sketch comedy troupe Divine Comedy, from which all it's members are current or former BYU students. The show aims to produce clean, family-oriented comedy for a national audience. The name Studio C is a reference to the studio in the BYU Broadcasting Building where the show is primarily filmed in front of a live audience.


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