Categories: 1-Featured,Broadcast TV
Written By Amanda Kondolojy
July 29th, 2013
The CW has announced that it has renewed half-hour improv comedy Whose Line is it Anyway for a second 24-episode season.
I hope that they put it on two episodes per day for 12 weeks next summer.
That seems like alot if episodes. I hope it’s not overkill. Maybe they’ll start the second season a little earlier
I believe this calls for a quality revival of Match Game.
There’s more than enough top shelf comics in LA to fill a panel.
Good to see it….was a great show in the past and thankfully the same guys are back to keep that going. What was the 4th guy that was part of the original line up – we have Wayne, the older balding dude (Colin?) and the guy that has been on Two and a Half Men (Ryan). Then there was the guy with glasses with the poofy hairstyle…..what’s his name?
Win, Lose or Draw is getting a revival on Disney.
They should adapt one of the million successful UK panel shows.
@Oliver:I,personally,would love to see US versions of “Golden Balls”(the title would need to be changed,of course)and “The Crystal Maze”.
“QI” and “Never Mind The Buzzcocks”,as well.
Then there was the guy with glasses with the poofy hairstyle…..what’s his name?
Awesome – and yeah, bring on Greg Proops some time. There was another guy, too, a while back…a young guy with dark, short hair. He was probably on as often as Greg Proops or maybe a little less.
The core 4th players’ were Greg Proops, Chip Esten, Brad Sherwood, and Kathy Greenwood; all of them did 30-50 episodes. The rest are in low 10s or single digits.
I think it was Brad Sherwood I was thinking of. Anyway, great show.
CW is a crap network.
I’m just happy they’re back. And if they ever get too old and want to quit, maybe the improv guys from impractical jokers could give it a shot.
I do miss Drew Carey, and I love Colin M. and Ryan S. …so quick witted. And what a singing voice Wayne B. has.. I just wish the points mattered.
THE POINTS DON’T MATTER. GET OVER IT!