'Impractical Jokers' Scores Series High With More Than 2 Millllion Viewers

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February 8th, 2013

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truTV's Hit Series Impractical Jokers Scores Series High,
With More than 2 Million Viewers

truTV's hit series Impractical Jokers is enjoying a spectacular second season. Last night, the series drew its biggest audience yet, with 2,025,000 viewers. In truTV's key demos demos, Impractical Jokers drew an impressive 1,291,000 adults 18-49 and 661,000 men 18-49. Compared to its first season Impractical Jokers is up double digits across the board, with total viewers growing by +36%, adu lts 18-49 by +49% and men 18-49 by +28%.

truTV's Impractical Jokers premiered to critical acclaim in December 2011 and quickly became one of the network's biggest hits, especially among young adults. The series follows four friends – Joe, Sal, Murr and Q – as they dare one another to complete over-the-top challenges in public. Their antics are captured on hidden camera, complete with the unsuspecting public's amused, confused, or flabbergasted reactions. After each new dare, the guys are graded to determine who succeeded under pressure and who collapsed in defeat. The joker with the lowest score at the end of that week's episode must then face a mortifying challenge with truly humiliating consequences.

In conjunction with the season 2 launch of Impractical Jokers, truTV launched a brand new mobile app for the iOS and Android platforms. With the free truTV Impractical Jokers app, fans can now take their favorite pranksters with them wherever they go. The app's many features include extensive video clips, social media connections, a special doodle pad and, in a digital first, the chance to talk directly with the guys themselves through an exclusive hotline.

Impractical Jokers is produced for truTV by NorthSouth Productions (Say Yes to the Dress), with Charlie DeBevoise and Mark Hickman serving as executive producers.

  • rockyisgood


  • JSunkist

    Going to say it again — how long until people actually start to recognize these guys on the streets will some activity be possibly rigged? With it as popular now and doing well. I’d just keep producing, but, networks and w/e can’t do that, so hopefully, this show (which I really enjoy btw) can find a way to keep lasting

  • iggy

    Everything on truTV is fake.

  • Andy

    I don’t care if some of it is rigged, I still cringe at some of the stuff they have to say and do to people.

    Awesome show though, deserves series highs.

  • Ryan

    Hilarious show. Glad it’s doing so well.

  • Uofmguy423

    They do it in Manhattan where my guess is about 90% of the the people in SoHo and Central park have never heard of TruTV.

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