(October 7, 2004-November 8, 2005)
Aired on The WB (2004) and Comedy Central (2005)
Created by Drew Carey
Premise: Improvisational games in a chroma key screen
Why Drew Carey's Green Screen Show might be annoying
It was a lead-in program for 'Blue Collar TV.'
Some of their games were pretty much the same from 'Whose Line Is It Anyway.'
The WB cancelled the show after 5 episodes.
Comedy Central picked up the show and stopped airing it after 7 episodes and not wanting it to be renewed.
An episode recording featuring Ryan Stiles was left unaired during the show's run.
Why Drew Carey's Green Screen Show might not be annoying
During commercial breaks the performers switch around outfits.
Most of the alumni from 'Whose Line Is It Anyway' reunited to perform in the show.
The show was inspired by the 'Whose Line' game 'News Flash.'
It gave something that improvisational game fans could enjoy.
Credit: Neo NX2004
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