Airdate: Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia

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In late November the Comedy Channel will launch two new local series, Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia and Pacific Heat.

Tommy Little hosts the local version of the international improvisation show, which was filmed at ABC studios in Melbourne several months ago -expect a whole new look to the show.

The cast features Rhys Darby, Cal Wilson, Tegan Higginbotham, Susie Youssef, Steen Raskopoulos, and newcomers Bridie Connell and Tom Walker.

The 10 part series premieres 7.30pm Sunday, November 27 on Comedy the first night of summer’s non-ratings period.

The previously-announced Pacific Heat from Working Dog premieres at 8pm.

Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia is a fresh and fun take on the popular original series’ from the UK and the US with a fantastic mix of experienced and new improv performers. Expect the unexpected when the quick-witted cast tackle the various improv challenges thrown at them each week.

Host Tommy Little is joined by seven exciting and talented ensemble cast members – comedy superstar Rhys Darby, stand-up festival favourites Cal Wilson, Tegan Higginbotham and Susie Youssef, along with world-class improviser Steen Raskopoulos, and newcomers Bridie Connell and Tom Walker.

In each of the ten episodes four of the cast will perform improv sketches together thrown at them by host Tommy Little and suggestions from the audience with no-one knowing where they will end up. The performers get themselves into insane situations with improv challenges often demanding singing and dancing – but most importantly they must deliver the jokes. The host then awards various amounts of points – that don’t even matter – to the best players and funniest sketches.

Ten-part series Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia was filmed in front of a live audience in Melbourne with house band led by Kit Warhurst. Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia is Executively Produced by Kevin Whyte, Guesswork Television, and Craig Campbell, +61 TV exclusively for Foxtel. The Australian series premieres Sundays from November 27 at 7.30pm only on The Comedy Channel.

3 Comments:

  1. I hope “Whose Line Aus” is good and witty, just like the US version with Drew Carey. A shame that it will air during the non-ratings season.

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