The Whose Line Is It Anyway? revamp has been such a huge hit for The CW network that they're airing a one-hour improv special from Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood. Called Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group, the special is a recording of a live performance of the duo's stage show that has toured the country. Two Man Group was released as a DVD in 2011 but will make its TV debut on The CW on Tuesday, September 10th. The CW's revamped Whose Line, which features Mochrie as a regular and has yet to feature Sherwood, returns with a new season in 2014.
The CW network's choice to reboot the short-form improv game show Whose Line Is It Anyway? turned out to be a smart one. The back-to-back premiere episodes that aired last night earned surprisingly high ratings. The show got a 1.1 rating for adults 18-49 (meaning that an estimated 1.1% of households with TVs were watching). That doesn't sound like a lot of viewers, but the show scored a bigger audience than any original show for NBC or ABC this summer and was The CW's highest-rated premiere since its series Arrow last fall. If these ratings keep, I wouldn't be surprised if The CW renewed Whose Line for the regular [...]
Soon-to-depart Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones is continuing to add on more behind-the-scenes TV projects. Jones and her Celeste & Jesse Forever writing/producing partner Will McCormack are developing a new comedy-drama for The CW called Ladyballs, THR reports. Here's the plot description:
Two twenty-something estranged friends in search of love in New York who are reunited after learning that they've been dating the same guy. When their plot to humiliate the two-timer goes viral, they realize the "payback" business is a lucrative one and set up a clandestine business to continue bringing down the hand of justice for those who have been wronged.
After over five years off the air, the short-form improv extravaganza Whose Line Is It Anyway? is returning to the airwaves with two brand new back-to-back episodes tonight. The new episodes will be airing on The CW network at 8 and 8:30. They're the first of 12 new episodes of the revamped show with Aisha Tyler replacing Drew Carey, and Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, and Ryan Stiles returning full-time. The first episode's guests will be Gary Anthony Williams (Malcolm in the Middle) and Lauren Cohan (The Walking Dead), and the second episode's will be Heather Anne Campbell (sketch group The Midnight Show) and Kevin McHale (Glee).
The CW network announced today that they've renewed their Whose Line Is It Anyway? reboot for another season. The expanded season will be 24 episodes long and will feature the return of Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and host Aisha Tyler.
After Whose Line spent nearly five years off the air, The CW brought it back this summer and the premiere earlier this month scored surprisingly high ratings, beating the premiere of any original show on bigger networks like ABC or NBC this summer. The revamped version of the show this summer is currently in the midst of a 9-episode season featuring guest stars like Keegan-Michael Key, Jeff [...]
Short-form improv series Whose Line Is It Anyway? is set to return to television July 16th on the CW network with new host Aisha Tyler and favorites Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, and Wayne Brady performing alongside a slew of guest stars. The CW released a series of short new promos for the season, which reveal some fourth seat guest stars, including Keegan-Michael Key, Jeff Davis, Heather Anne Campbell, Jonathan Mangum, Nyima Funk, Gary Anthony Williams, Kevin McHale, Lauren Cohan, Candice Accola, and unfortunately, no signs of Richard Simmons.
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