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Is the Long-Running Improv Comedy Series 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' Rehearsed?


Continuing to make audiences laugh 20 years later, comedians Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, and Colin Mochrie put their improv skills to the test in Season 15 of Whose Line Is It Anyway? The original ‘90s show, hosted by Drew Carey, found these real-life comics taking audience suggestions and turning them into skits on the spot.  

It was unrehearsed and unscripted, which made it all the funnier. The series, rebooted by The CW, follows the same format as the original, in which the three comics and one guest comedian participate in improv games. Host Aisha Tyler awards points to the sketches that work and the ones that don’t, ultimately deciding a winner. So, is Whose Line Is It Anyway? rehearsed, or is the show scripted?