'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' Improv Comedy Series is Returning

Whose Line Is It Anyway?

In the late 90s and early 2000s, an improvisational comedy sensation took American audiences by storm in the form of Whose Line Is It Anyway? Imported from a British program that started on radio and moved to TV in the late 80s for a ten-year run, the series showcased a handful of comedians partaking in various improv comedy games for our entertainment.

ABC aired Whose Line Is It Anyway? from 1998 to 2004 with Drew Carey as host and comedians Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles and Wayne Brady serving as regular cast members. Now the show is making a return sometime soon with production beginning in a couple of months.

News of the return started at local outlet The Wentachee World who interviewed Stiles about a current improv tour when plans of the Whose Line Is It Anyway? revival came up. Information is limited but Stiles says he returns to Los Angeles in April to shoot the series, but since Drew Carey is busy as host of The Price is Right, comedienne and The Talk host Aisha Tyler will serve as MC this time.

In addition, Colin Mochrie backed up Stiles' revelation by updating Twitter:

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