The science educator and former television host wasn’t much of a dancer, but he may be a bit better at improv. More specifically, he’s about to try his hand at improv on an upcoming episode of the CW’s Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Series regulars Wayne Brady and Jonathan Mangum start belting out a stadium rock track loosely based on Gronkowski’s secret love for dancing, and while it’s about as average as songs go on Whose Line is it Anyway?, it’s Gronk's dancing skills that truly stand out.
Of the five major TV networks, the CW is the last to do its upfront presentation. The 2014-2015 was announced this morning, and as we hoped, The Flash is on the line-up, along with new drama Jane the Virgin and returning favorites The Vampire Diaries, Arrow and The 100. Zombie drama iZombie and sci-fi series The Messengers will air in 2015.
Whose Line is it Anyway? is here to say! After just a few episodes, The CW has decided to renew the improvisational comedy series for a second season. And based on the announcement, it sounds like host Aisha Tyler and funny-men Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochre will return for the series' second season. The premiere date and time for Season 2 will be announced at a later date.
Improv will likely never go out of style, so a show like Whose Line is it Anyway can always work. Of course, it helps when some of the original cast members are starring in the latest revival of the improv-comedy series. This time around, Aisha Tyler is hosting, while Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie and a special guest each episode play various improv-related games...
The summer TV season has begun, as most of the Midseason series have wrapped up and we're starting to see the networks roll out their summer offerings. Once upon a time, summer was the down season for TV, but in this day and age, cable and network television offer a nice variety of scripted and unscripted programming to fill the gap between spring and fall.
Tis the season to start daydreaming about summer! For The CW, summer not only brings the return of the dance-focused reality series Breaking Pointe, but also the network's new dating competition series Perfect Score and the revival of the beloved sketch comedy series Whose Line is it Anyway. The CW also has an intense new wilderness competition called The Hunt lined up for late in July.
Good improv never goes out of style, as evidenced by the existence of Whose Line is it Anyway, a comedy series that originated in the U.K. in the late 80s and was later adapted for the U.S. a decade later. The CW is bringing the format back for another version, which will include some Whose Line veterans.