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16 Seasons, 369 Episodes

Genre: Family / Musical / Game Show /

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"Whose Line Is It Anyway?" is the US edition of the UK show of the same name. It features some of the world's finest improvisational comics. Each week, the main four "improv" comics (and guest[s]) spontaneously play "Theatre Sports" with crazy scenes, weird quirks or improvised songs.
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Wayne Brady to Recur on 'Black Lightning' Season 3

Wayne Brady is going to have to get his lines straight. The comedian, known for his work on the improvisational comedy show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?,” has joined the cast of the CW series “Black Lightning” for season 3. Brady is set in a recurring role and will first appear on the show in early 2020. He will play Tyson “Gr... more Comments

The CW Sets Summer 2017 Premiere Dates for 'Whose Line' and More

The CW doesn't have a heavy schedule for the summer, but several returning reality shows and a British import are coming soon. The summer line-up begins with the return of Whose Line Is It Anyway? on Monday, May 29 at 9/8c. Repeats of the show will also air at 9:30pm. The CW is also bringing back a double dose of magic. Masters of Illusion, hosted by Dean Cain, returns Friday... more Comments

The CW Sets Summer 2015 Premiere Dates for 'America's Next Top Model,' 'Penn & Teller' and More

The CW has announced premiere dates for its summer 2015 series, which includes the return of America's Next Top Model, Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Masters of Illusion. The third season premiere of Beauty and the Beast is still set for May 21. Ou... more Comments

The CW Fall Schedule Set: ‘The Originals’ Moves, ‘The Flash’ on Tuesdays & More!

The time has come: The CW is the final broadcast network to release its schedule for the 2014-15 season. There aren’t too many changes, unlike the CBS schedule, except for 'The Originals' moving to mondays before the debut of ‘Jane the Virgin.’ For 'The Flash' fans, it will air before 'Supernatural' on T... more Comments

The CW Announces Summer Premiere Dates

May finales may be on the horizon, but that doesn't mean there still isn't a ton of TV show goodness to look forward to come summertime. The CW has justannounced its summer premiere dates for five brand new shows, as well as the long-awaited return of 'Beauty and the Beast' and premiere of 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' Having been off the air since early March, ... more Comments

Primetime Ratings, Friday, 4/4/14

ABC won the 18-49 demo race, while CBS drew the most total viewers. 'Last Man Standing' stayed within its usual range, matching last week's 1.4. 'The Neighbors' fell two tenths to a 0.9, reversing the sophomore comedy's surprising 1.1 surge from last week. 'Shark Tank' dipped a single tenth, posting a 2.0. Despit... more Comments

CBS Options Aisha Tyler's 'Self-Inflicted Wounds'

Looks like Aisha Tyler 's "Self-Inflicted Wounds" hurt so good, after all. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that CBS TV Studios has optioned the actress-comedian's New York Times best-selling book, 'Self-Inflicted Wounds: Heartwarming Tales of Epic Humiliation.' The book, which debuted in July on the NYT list, is a series of essays recountingThe 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' host's tria... more Comments

Primetime Ratings, Friday, 3/28/14

CBS won the night in all measures via NCAA basketball. Speaking of which, game one of the night between Tennessee and Michigan drew a healthy 2.3 demo and over 8 million viewers. Game two (featuring a match-up between two Kentucky teams) did even better, rising to a 3.6 demo and over 10 million total viewers. Over on the Peacock, a two-hour edition of 'Dateline' rose a tenth to a 1.5. Surprisingly enough, 'Hannibal' did a bit better after 'Dateline' then... more Comments

Primetime Ratings, Friday, 3/21/14

ABC won Friday in all measures, due to CBS' usual line-up again being preempted by NCAA basketball. 'The Neighbors' rose a tenth to a 0.9, remaining consistent, if nothing else. 'Shark Tank' rose a tenth to a 2.1, which means it actually topped 'American Idol' this week. Of course, that says more about 'Idol' tha... more Comments

Primetime Ratings, Friday, 2/21/14

NBC again won the night in all measures. Unfortunately for the Peacock (and fortunately for fans of new scripted shows) the Olympics finally end on Sunday night. Speaking of the Winter Games in Sochi, night 16 of NBC's coverage absolutely dive-bombed, garnering a meager 3.5 demo and drawing in a total audience of only 14.5 million viewers. Since the final Friday of 2010's Vancouver Games earned a whopping 6.1, that number represents the biggest Olympics to Olympics drop of the entire Sochi Games. Needless to say, it's also now the lowes... more Comments

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