Comedy Central, KFC launch Web series targeting millennials

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Boy goes off to college. Boy moves to the big city. Boy lands his first big-kid job. Boy loses said job. Boy moves back home with his parents. It’s a tale as old as time the last few years since the job market crapped out. It’s also the tale of Michael, the lead character in a Webisode series produced by Comedy Central and KFC to promote the chicken franchise’s new Original Chicken Bites, which it calls its “grown-up” chicken nuggets. Titled “Growing Up and Getting Out,” the partnership also launched a contest asking millennials in similar scenarios to describe their funniest moments moving back to the basement for a chance to win $12,500 to put towards 12 months of rent.

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