History Series / WhoseLineIsItAnyway

18th May '16 6:03:00 PM bt8257
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''As I tally up the points, it appears that Ryan and Colin are this week's winners... the prize for winning is to read the credits in a style of my choosing. Ryan and Colin, I'd like you to read the credits InTheStyleOf [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]] and Creator/MichaelBay at a BBQ party. It remains to me now to thank our regular contributors, you the Internet for reading this, [[AndZoidberg and Richard Vranch on the piano]], this is TV Tropes saying goodnight, goodnight.''

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''As I tally up the points, it appears that Ryan and Colin are this week's winners... the prize for winning is to read the credits in a style of my choosing. Ryan and Colin, I'd like you to read the credits InTheStyleOf [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]] and Creator/MichaelBay at a BBQ party. It remains to me now to thank our regular contributors, you the Internet for reading this, [[AndZoidberg [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Richard Vranch on the piano]], this is TV Tropes saying goodnight, goodnight.''
18th May '16 5:51:24 PM bt8257
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As to the show itself, if you don't feel like hunting through cable channels, basically every episode can be found at a fan-run repository, [[http://whoselineonline.org/ Whose Line Online.org]]. Alternatively, if you're in either Britain or America respectively, you can watch the UK run legally on [[http://www.channel4.com/programmes/whose-line-is-it-anyway/4od 4OD]] or [[http://www.hulu.com/whose-line-is-it-anyway-uk Hulu]] (albeit with ad breaks, and Hulu currently only offers the last two seasons). If you're in the US, you can watch nearly all of the episodes of both the first American version and the revival on [[http://cwseed.com/shows/whose-line-is-it-anyway/ CW Seed]] (the CW's comedy division); new episodes are posted the day after they air.

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As to the show itself, if you don't feel like hunting through cable channels, basically every episode can be found at a fan-run repository, [[http://whoselineonline.org/ Whose Line Online.org]]. Alternatively, if you're in either Britain or America respectively, you can watch the UK run legally on [[http://www.channel4.com/programmes/whose-line-is-it-anyway/4od 4OD]] or [[http://www.hulu.com/whose-line-is-it-anyway-uk Hulu]] (albeit with ad breaks, and Hulu currently only offers the last two seasons). If you're in the US, you can watch nearly all of the episodes every episode of both the first American version and the revival on [[http://cwseed.com/shows/whose-line-is-it-anyway/ CW Seed]] (the CW's comedy division); new episodes are posted the day after they air.
12th Mar '16 1:24:33 PM eroock
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[[caption-width-right:300:The cast of the first American series. Spiraling in from top left: Chip, Greg, Brad, Linda, Colin, Ryan, Laura, Wayne, and Drew.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:The [-[[caption-width-right:300:The cast of the first American series. Spiraling in from top left: Chip, Greg, Brad, Linda, Colin, Ryan, Laura, Wayne, and Drew.]]
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12th Mar '16 1:21:30 PM eroock
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[[quoteright:274: [[VisualPun http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/whoseline.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:274:The cast of the first American series. Spiraling in from top left: Chip, Greg, Brad, Linda, Colin, Ryan, Laura, Wayne, and Drew.]]

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[[quoteright:274: [[quoteright:300: [[VisualPun http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/whoseline.org/pmwiki/pub/images/whose_line_is_it_anyway.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:274:The [[caption-width-right:300:The cast of the first American series. Spiraling in from top left: Chip, Greg, Brad, Linda, Colin, Ryan, Laura, Wayne, and Drew.]]
10th Feb '16 1:34:51 PM speedyboris
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As to the show itself, if you don't feel like hunting through cable channels, basically every episode can be found at a fan-run repository, [[http://whoselineonline.org/ Whose Line Online.org]]. Alternatively, if you're in either Britain or America respectively, you can watch the UK run legally on [[http://www.channel4.com/programmes/whose-line-is-it-anyway/4od 4OD]] or [[http://www.hulu.com/whose-line-is-it-anyway-uk Hulu]] (albeit with ad breaks, and Hulu currently only offers the last two seasons). If you're in the US, you can watch all of the episodes of both the first American version and the revival on [[http://cwseed.com/shows/whose-line-is-it-anyway/ CW Seed]] (the CW's comedy division); new episodes are posted the day after they air.

to:

As to the show itself, if you don't feel like hunting through cable channels, basically every episode can be found at a fan-run repository, [[http://whoselineonline.org/ Whose Line Online.org]]. Alternatively, if you're in either Britain or America respectively, you can watch the UK run legally on [[http://www.channel4.com/programmes/whose-line-is-it-anyway/4od 4OD]] or [[http://www.hulu.com/whose-line-is-it-anyway-uk Hulu]] (albeit with ad breaks, and Hulu currently only offers the last two seasons). If you're in the US, you can watch nearly all of the episodes of both the first American version and the revival on [[http://cwseed.com/shows/whose-line-is-it-anyway/ CW Seed]] (the CW's comedy division); new episodes are posted the day after they air.
10th Feb '16 1:32:48 PM speedyboris
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A {{revival}} of the show began airing on Creator/TheCW on July 16, 2013. Due to Drew Carey's hosting commitments on ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', this version is hosted by Aisha Tyler, but apart from that, a revamped set, a few new games, and some new performers, the format is largely the same, with Colin, Ryan, and Wayne as regular performers and a rotating "fourth-seat," which includes some of the familiar fourth-seat performers as well as fresh faces. Laura and Linda also reprise their roles as the show's musicians. The only major difference in the show's format is that the CW version has special celebrity guests on nearly every episode to help out with a couple games and the credits reading. The revival is currently in its third season.

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A {{revival}} of the show began airing on Creator/TheCW on July 16, 2013. Due to Drew Carey's hosting commitments on ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', this version is hosted by Aisha Tyler, but apart from that, a revamped set, a few new games, and some new performers, the format is largely the same, with Colin, Ryan, and Wayne as regular performers and a rotating "fourth-seat," which includes some of the familiar fourth-seat performers as well as fresh faces. Laura and Linda also reprise their roles as the show's musicians. The only major difference in the show's format is that the CW version has special celebrity guests on nearly every episode to help out with a couple games and the credits reading. The revival is currently has aired three seasons and will begin the fourth in its third season.
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10th Feb '16 1:28:04 PM eroock
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->"Welcome to ''Whose Line Is It Anyway?'', the show where everything's made up and the [[ThePointsMeanNothing points don't matter]]; that's right, the points are like [[Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability notability on TV Tropes]]."

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->"Welcome ->''"Welcome to ''Whose Line Is It Anyway?'', the show where everything's made up and the [[ThePointsMeanNothing points don't matter]]; that's right, the points are like [[Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability notability on TV Tropes]]."
"''
30th Nov '15 10:45:53 AM MegaMarioMan
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An American version was created for Creator/{{ABC}} with Drew Carey as host that ran eight seasons (filming actually stopped in 2001 during the show's fourth season, though they filmed so much material that four more seasons aired after filming stopped, the last two of which aired on ABC Family). Because of the wider broadcasting of American television, this show is better known than the British original. In the US, the British version was an early staple of Comedy Central, back in the earlier portion of the 1990s. Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie were regular performers on the British version (who between them gave us much HoYay) and on this version they appeared in every episode. Ryan and Drew (who worked together on ''TheDrewCareyShow'') also provided the show with an ample supply of FoeYay. From the second season onwards, Wayne Brady was added to the regular line-up, which essentially launched his career. The fourth player varied, the most common performers being Brad Sherwood, Greg Proops, Jeff Davis, Kathy Greenwood or Chip Esten. Throughout the run, Laura Hall and Linda Taylor would provide musical accompaniment, becoming regular [[AccidentalPun players]] themselves as the show would feature at least one musical game with Wayne (and occasionally Chip, Brad or others), and one Hoedown or Irish Drinking Song.

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An American version was created for Creator/{{ABC}} with Drew Carey as host that ran eight seasons (filming actually stopped in 2001 during the show's fourth season, though they filmed so much material that four more seasons aired after filming stopped, the last two of which aired on ABC Family). Because of the wider broadcasting of American television, this show is better known than the British original. In the US, the British version was an early staple of Comedy Central, back in the earlier portion of the 1990s. Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie were regular performers on the British version (who between them gave us much HoYay) and on this version they appeared in every episode. Ryan and Drew (who worked together on ''TheDrewCareyShow'') ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow'') also provided the show with an ample supply of FoeYay. From the second season onwards, Wayne Brady was added to the regular line-up, which essentially launched his career. The fourth player varied, the most common performers being Brad Sherwood, Greg Proops, Jeff Davis, Kathy Greenwood or Chip Esten. Throughout the run, Laura Hall and Linda Taylor would provide musical accompaniment, becoming regular [[AccidentalPun players]] themselves as the show would feature at least one musical game with Wayne (and occasionally Chip, Brad or others), and one Hoedown or Irish Drinking Song.



Another improv show, ''Drew Careys Green Screen Show'', ran for a season on the old WB channel. A second show featuring the cast and crew of ''Whose Line Is It Anyway'' (minus Wayne Brady, but with Brady's ''LetsMakeADeal'' sidekick Jonathan Mangum), ''Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza'', premiered in Spring 2011 on Creator/{{GSN}}. And some of the guys (aided by host Fred Willard) got back together in 2012 on ABC with ''Series/TrustUsWithYourLife'', a celebrity-based version of the improv game "Day In The Life", where the celebrity tells stories from their life, and the improvisers take it from there. (It is currently on hiatus, rumored cancelled, and currently sits in limbo.)

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Another improv show, ''Drew Careys Green Screen Show'', ran for a season on the old WB channel. A second show featuring the cast and crew of ''Whose Line Is It Anyway'' (minus Wayne Brady, but with Brady's ''LetsMakeADeal'' ''Series/LetsMakeADeal'' sidekick Jonathan Mangum), ''Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza'', premiered in Spring 2011 on Creator/{{GSN}}. And some of the guys (aided by host Fred Willard) got back together in 2012 on ABC with ''Series/TrustUsWithYourLife'', a celebrity-based version of the improv game "Day In The Life", where the celebrity tells stories from their life, and the improvisers take it from there. (It is currently on hiatus, rumored cancelled, and currently sits in limbo.)
8th May '15 7:17:17 PM MissMokushiroku
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As to the show itself, if you don't feel like hunting through cable channels, basically every episode can be found at a fan-run repository, [[http://whoselineonline.org/ Whose Line Online.org]]. Alternatively, if you're in either Britain or America respectively, you can watch the UK run legally on [[http://www.channel4.com/programmes/whose-line-is-it-anyway/4od 4OD]] or [[http://www.hulu.com/whose-line-is-it-anyway-uk Hulu]] (albeit with ad breaks, and Hulu currently only offers the last two seasons). If you're in the US, you can watch all of the episodes of the revival on [[http://www.cwtv.com/cw-video/whose-line-is-it-anyway/ the CW's website]]; new episodes are posted the day after they air.

to:

As to the show itself, if you don't feel like hunting through cable channels, basically every episode can be found at a fan-run repository, [[http://whoselineonline.org/ Whose Line Online.org]]. Alternatively, if you're in either Britain or America respectively, you can watch the UK run legally on [[http://www.channel4.com/programmes/whose-line-is-it-anyway/4od 4OD]] or [[http://www.hulu.com/whose-line-is-it-anyway-uk Hulu]] (albeit with ad breaks, and Hulu currently only offers the last two seasons). If you're in the US, you can watch all of the episodes of both the first American version and the revival on [[http://www.cwtv.com/cw-video/whose-line-is-it-anyway/ the [[http://cwseed.com/shows/whose-line-is-it-anyway/ CW Seed]] (the CW's website]]; comedy division); new episodes are posted the day after they air.
9th Apr '15 5:55:17 AM AsForMyHandle
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Another improv show, ''Series/DrewCareysGreenScreenShow'', ran for a season on the old WB channel. A second show featuring the cast and crew of ''Whose Line Is It Anyway'' (minus Wayne Brady, but with Brady's ''LetsMakeADeal'' sidekick Jonathan Mangum), ''Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza'', premiered in Spring 2011 on Creator/{{GSN}}. And some of the guys (aided by host Fred Willard) got back together in 2012 on ABC with ''Series/TrustUsWithYourLife'', a celebrity-based version of the improv game "Day In The Life", where the celebrity tells stories from their life, and the improvisers take it from there. (It is currently on hiatus, rumored cancelled, and currently sits in limbo.)

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Another improv show, ''Series/DrewCareysGreenScreenShow'', ''Drew Careys Green Screen Show'', ran for a season on the old WB channel. A second show featuring the cast and crew of ''Whose Line Is It Anyway'' (minus Wayne Brady, but with Brady's ''LetsMakeADeal'' sidekick Jonathan Mangum), ''Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza'', premiered in Spring 2011 on Creator/{{GSN}}. And some of the guys (aided by host Fred Willard) got back together in 2012 on ABC with ''Series/TrustUsWithYourLife'', a celebrity-based version of the improv game "Day In The Life", where the celebrity tells stories from their life, and the improvisers take it from there. (It is currently on hiatus, rumored cancelled, and currently sits in limbo.)
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