Whose Line Is It Anyway ‘Coming Back,’ Says Colin Mochrie on Twitter

By: Josh Wolford - March 1, 2013

Is Whose Line Is It Anyway, the popular improv show that made its debut in the U.K. and eventually moved on to a successful run in the U.S., returning to TV?

Whose Line MVP Colin Mochrie just tweeted this:

Whose Line hit the States in 1998 and ceased production in 2007.

That’s all we have at the moment. Could mean a return to TV, or maybe an internet series. Who knows? I hope this has made your day significantly better. Carry on.

UPDATE 1: Ryan Stiles is in, as is Aisha Tyler as the new host. Apparently, “the Warner Bros channel plans to revive the show in April.”

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  • JJ Goode

    This is one more reason why I’m a huge fan of The CW. Whose Line was one of my favorite shows of all time, and I work at DISH with a lot of people who loved it, too, so there will be plenty of happy TV fans. Once the new episodes start up, I’ll be saving them all to my DISH Hopper in order to have a laugh whenever I need one. And my Hopper’s hard drive is able to store up to 2,000 hours of entertainment, so I’ll still have enough space for the rest of my lineup and anything that piques my interest.

    • http://crouton.net Skeptic

      Wow! You’re not from dish marketing at all! You’re a real live person with real live opinions! Imagine that!

  • Anthony

    It won’t be the same without Drew Carey as host. And for the love of me Wayne Brady better be on it.