'Whose Line Is It Anyway?': You can't keep a good skit off YouTube

The improv game show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" began as a radio show in the U.K., then moved to British television in 1988. After that, in 1998, it was adapted for American television and ran eight seasons on ABC with host Drew Carey.Proving that you can't keep a good skit down, the show comes back to life on Tuesday, July 16, in a (sort of) new iteration on The CW."Whose Line" veterans Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady are back, paired with new host Aisha Tyler and weekly guest stars. Various games, with ideas supplied by the audience, test the performers' skills. Tyler then assigns points to each performer, and someone "wins" each week.Despite the show's long history, it seems to be picking up new fans.Mochrie tells Zap2it,"We've all been touring in various incarnations around the country. Brad Sherwood and I have been doing tours for the last 10 years. We noticed in...


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