Whose Line is it Anyway
The CW is rearranging the deck concerning its schedule. The netlet announced its new spring schedule, which includes the premieres of Star-Crossed on February 17 and The 100 on March 19.
The Tomorrow People, starring As The World Turns grad Peyton List, will be teleporting from Wednesdays to Mondays. Meanwhile, Hart of Dixie, featuring The Young and the Restless alum Wilson Bethel, is being shipped South to Fridays, where it will be paired with Aisha Tyler's Whose Line Is It Anyway. See The CW's new schedule after the jump!
Good news for The Talk’s Aisha Tyler and Let’s Make a Deal’s Wayne Brady. The CW has renewed their primetime laugher, Whose Line Is It Anyway, for a 24-episode second season. The series also stars Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles.
Now here’s something we don’t see very often. The CW’s Whose Line is it Anyway, hosted by The Talk’s Aisha Tyler, premiered last night and pulled in ratings strong enough to beat an ABC original hour of programming, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The revival of improv comedy Whose Line Is It Anyway? surprised on the CW. The series topped an ABC original in the hour, averaging a 1.1 rating with adults 180-49. in the hour. It also marked the network's most-watched premiere since Arrow with 2.9 million viewers.
Whose Line is it Anyway also stars Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles.
Whose Line is it Anyway? returns to TV tonight for a 12-episode season with at least one new face. The Talk’s Aisha Tyler will fill Drew Carey’s old seat as host, while Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles reunite on stage for the show's new run on The CW. READ MORE