Jerrod Carmichael

actor, writer and comedian

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When the sitcom  The Carmichael Show  premiered on NBC late last August, it was with little fanfare and only a six-episode order.

Jerrod Carmichael, ‘The Carmichael Show’

When the sitcom The Carmichael Show premiered on NBC late last August, it was with little fanfare and only a six-episode order.

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Jerrod Carmichael grew up loving multi-camera sitcoms, especially the ones on NBC. Now he’s created and stars in one of his own.

Jerrod Carmichael Brings Heart Back to the Multi-Cam Sitcom

Jerrod Carmichael grew up loving multi-camera sitcoms, especially the ones on NBC. Now he’s created and stars in one of his own.

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