[07/22/10 - 06:07 PM] Development Update: Thursday, July 22 Updates include: USA orders "Burn Notice" prequel film; Zach Cregger has "Friends With Benefits" at NBC; and Rachelle Lefevre is "Off the Map" for ABC.
[04/12/10 - 12:11 AM] Development Update: Monday, April 12 Updates include: Delroy Lindo to "Ride Along" for FOX; Chris Gethard to topline Comedy Central series; and Zach Cregger moves into NBC's "The Pink House."
[03/22/10 - 12:06 AM] Development Update: Monday, March 22 Updates include: "The Forgotten's" Christian Slater books FOX pilot; Thomas Haden Church joins Showtime's "Episodes"; and Tate Donovan is added to ABC's "No Ordinary Family."
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ADDITIONAL NOTES: series finale aired on 6/17/11
DESCRIPTION: (from IFC's press release, March 2011) In the past four seasons, The Whitest Kids U' Know has built up a devoted and fervent following while also impressing the critics - Entertainment Weekly hailed it as "bizarre, edgy, and hilarious," while the San Francisco Chronicle enthused "WKUK wallows frequently in potty-mouth humor and somehow makes it seem almost sophisticated." The series pushes sketch comedy to a whole new level of depraved genius and this farewell season ups the ante like never before. This season, Trevor, Zach, Sam, Darren and Timmy are providing sardonic cracks on politics, gender, suburbia, and sex while featuring some of their most creative, hilarious, and often shocking material to date. Fans can expect to meet a whole new cast of characters including sex phone worker "Baked Beans"; world class Didgeradoo player "Sal Rosenberg"; child do-gooder "Little Hitler" and many more. The Kids will also feature commercials for some of their latest absurd inventions like the children's fashion accessory "the Finger Ring"; the next level in nerf combat, the "Nerf Nuke"; and nicotine replacement device "Nic-O-Dick." Additionally, each episode of this farewell season will end with a segment of an extended re-imagining of the Civil War as a war on drugs (as only the Kids could do).