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Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza - Advance Review




Drew Carey and his gang of All-Star improv performers are back at last! This new improv show is everything you would come to expect from Drew Carey.

The show, features some Whose Line veterans like Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Chip Esten, Jeff Davis and Brad Sherwood, as well as occasional appearances by Wayne Brady. With other improv all-stars like Kathy Kinney and Jonathan Magnum this show doesn't disappoint.

Audience participation is the best part of the show. In one instance, in the (classic Whose Line) game called "Moving People" where the audience has to move the performers during the scene, one audience member makes it very clear that she is drunk before the scene begins. Much to the entertainment of the performers on the side lines, the drunk lady proceeds to move Ryan Stiles around stage in one the funniest scenes of the show.

This 30 minute show for The Game Show Network, is sure to be a hit, and hopefully will warrant more episodes. I've longed for the days that Whose Line Is It Anyway? was on tv. Now a better, amped up version is premiering with more freedom and more performers; which makes it leaner, meaner, and of course - funnier.

With special guest walk-ons like Charlie Sheen, you never know what will happen, and that is the magic and sheer brilliance of the show. The show is filmed in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in front of a live, very nervous audience. If you were a fan of Whose Line, a fan of improv, or if you just like to laugh harder than you've ever laughed before, then tune in!

Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza premieres April 11th and airs WEEKDAYS at 8pm and 11pm on GSN.

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