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This hidden-camera series follows four lifelong friends -- Brian "Q" Quinn, James "Murr" Murray, Joe Gatto and Sal Vulcano -- who take dares to an outrageous level. Since they were young, the quartet have challenged one another to do ridiculous dares in public. On the show, to find out who is best under pressure, the guys compete in awkward and outrageous hidden-camera hijinks. At the end of each episode, the loser must perform what is deemed to be the most-mortifying challenge yet.
"Inside Jokes" gives viewers a unique, unprecedented peek behind classic episodes of TruTV's popular series "Impractical Jokers." The series follows four lifelong friends -- Brian "Q" Quinn, James "Murr" Murray, Joe Gatto and Sal Vulcano -- who challenge one another to do ridiculous dares in public. To find out who is best under pressure, the guys compete in awkward hidden-camera hijinks that reach outrageous levels. The loser then must perform what is deemed to be the most-mortifying challenge yet.
Comic Adam Conover, a cast member and writer at the popular comedy website CollegeHumor, brings his original online series to TV, expanding upon his efforts to poke fun at everyday things that people accept or assume without question. In the half-hour investigative comedy, Conover uses a not-quite-deadly combination of comedy, history and science to debunk widespread misconceptions about topics and ideas that are routinely taken for granted.
Michael Carbonaro is a multifaceted entertainer. He's an actor who has had recurring roles in various TV series, and he has also performed in his own comedy and magic show at clubs in New York and Los Angeles. He puts all of those talents to use -- and throws in a unique improvisation skill -- in "The Carbonaro Effect," an unscripted series in which he deceives, amazes and amuses an unsuspecting public. In each half-hour episode, Carbonaro performs baffling tricks on people in everyday situations, all caught on hidden camera. Whether the marks are alone or with friends, everyone is left stunned and delighted, even though they have no idea what they just experienced.
Michael Carbonaro is a multifaceted entertainer. He's an actor who has had recurring roles in various TV series, and he has also performed in his own comedy and magic show at clubs in New York and Los Angeles. He puts all of those talents to use -- and throws in a unique improvisation skill -- in "The Carbonaro Effect," an unscripted series in which he deceives, amazes and amuses an unsuspecting public. "Inside Carbonaro" offers classic episodes of the series, on which Michael performs baffling tricks on people in everyday situations, all caught on hidden camera. He also gives viewers exclusive insight into his best tricks and mind-blowing moments. Whether the marks are alone or with friends, everyone is left stunned and delighted, even though they have no idea what they just experienced.
"truTV Top Funniest" is a countdown show of outrageous videos filmed in the U.S. Viral clips, home movies, pranks, surveillance videos, event footage and news bloopers are all part of the side-splitting action. Each episode features a different theme, like "Funny Fails" and "Ridiculous Moments."
Actress/comic Amy Sedaris opens her "home" to viewers in this comedy series. Rolling out the welcome mat means Amy must use her varied -- but necessary -- homemaking skills, from creating popsicle stick buddies and gutting a fish to crocheting miniature sweaters and entertaining businessmen. Each episode revolves around traditional themes like grieving, poverty, lovemaking, and wood, and Sedaris is front and center as she showcases her imaginative characters and unique viewpoint. Playing themselves, guest stars include Rachel Dratch, Chris Elliott, Jane Krakowski, Stephen Colbert and Heather Lawless.
Brainless bad guys, moronic motorists, senseless sportsmen, ridiculous risk-takers ... they're all featured in this collection of police and store surveillance videos, with the added bonus, if you can call it that, of commentary provided by such fallen stars as Danny Bonaduce, Todd Bridges, Leif Garrett and Tonya Harding.
Andrea Savage ("Veep," "Episodes") created and stars in this half-hour scripted comedy as writer, wife and mom Andrea, whose outward confidence belies an inner immaturity and neuroses that manifests in unexpected ways. Alongside her more straitlaced husband, Mike, and their inquisitive daughter Amelia, Andrea does her best to navigate her life's oftentimes self-induced complications.
Mary Winchenbach launches a business crafting moose-poop art and jewelry in rural Maine.
Host Sean Evans asks his celebrities guests questions while they attempt to complete rounds of chicken wings coated in spicy hot sauce.
TV personality Kevin Pereira ("Attack of the Show") and comic Brooke Van Poppelen explore the world of "life hacks": procedures or actions that solve problems, simplify tasks or reduce frustrations. From opening a wine bottle with a shoe, eliminating pet hair on fabric with a squeegee and flip-flop, or using a sock to make a toilet seat more comfortable, the successful hacks are designed to be fun, inexpensive time-savers. Those that don't live up to the hype are exposed, and undercover hacks challenge members of the public to overcome pitfalls.
Off with the gloves and onto the stage go funny men and women armed with their best barbs and looking for a comedy knockout. TruTV's half-hour competition series features three comics in each episode battling in fast-paced challenges, with points awarded based on positive crowd reactions. One-upmanship is the goal as competitors attempt to land massive comedy blows and whip the crowd into a frenzy of raucous laughter. A final round decides the champion, and the least-funny participant is ultimately forced to face the crowd and apologize. Comic Damien Lemon hosts.
From the mischievous mind of comic/actor David Spade, "Fameless" combines pranks and sketches in a lighthearted way to see how far unsuspecting people will go for a moment of glory. Half-hour episodes feature individuals desperate for notoriety who believe they've been cast on a reality show. In reality, however, parodies are being filmed with seasoned improv actors creating outlandish scenarios that steadily increase in absurdity and ridiculousness -- testing the patience of everyone not in on the joke. Spade stars in and co-executive produces the series.
Comics April Richardson and Chris Fairbanks host this half-hour series that applauds (wink, wink) how hard some people, places and things try to succeed despite ultimately failing. Actors, comedians and improvisation artists are digitally inserted into viral videos to comment on and congratulate people for being brave and ingenious in coming oh so close to victory. But, claims truTV, " `Almost Genius' doesn't mock, because as everyone knows, almost is awesome... and genius."
Former NBA star Chris Webber hosts this hidden-camera series that allows diehard sports fans to get up close, personal and extremely uncomfortable with some of the world's top athletes and sports celebrities. Special guests, including Rick Fox, Hope Solo, Nick Swisher and Candace Parker, help Webber set up hilariously awkward situations to get fans out of the stands and into elaborate -- but good-natured -- pranks.
There's not a lot of fires to fight in one of the rainiest cities in America, leaving the crew at the Tacoma Fire Department tackling the less glamorous elements of the job. Light on blazes that need extinguishing, this squad keeps itself entertained with creative competitions, friendly first responder rivalries, and bizarre emergency calls. Leading firehouse shenanigans in the half-hour comedy are Chief Terry McConky and Capt. Eddie Penisi, played by series co-creators Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, respectively.
Throughout its evolution from live comedy program to a four-year stint on Manhattan-based public access TV, and finally making the jump to a fully-distributed comedy network, "The Chris Gethard Show" has featured one constant -- its namesake host. Produced by Funny or Die, the series features Gethard -- an alumnus of NYC's Upright Citizens Brigade -- leading a panel of comedian friends and other guests, along with a rambunctious studio audience, through a series of games and bizarre stunts. The interactive experience is broadcast live from New York City, allowing it to include fans from around the world calling in to participate in the controlled chaos.
Host Sean Evans welcomes fans into the "Pepperdome" to compete against one another by answering trivia questions and eating increasing mouth-scorching hot wings for the chance to win $25,000 and become Hot Ones legends.
Actor/comic Jon Glaser ("Parks and Recreation," "Girls") has an unmatched passion for gear. He loves it so much that it's the main focus of this hybrid comedy series that stars Glaser as himself. He is seen shopping for various gadgets, which he then wears, promotes, demonstrates and generally obsesses over. Ironically, however, it is this ever-growing infatuation that continually threatens to derail the show.
Writer/comedian Guy Branum ("The Mindy Project," "Chelsea Lately") brings his popular live comic show to TV in a mashup of two of the medium's best-known formats. Branum serves as host and master of ceremonies on the half-hour series, an uproarious combination of a game show sprinkled with talk-show elements. In each episode, celebrity guests come to play, not plug, in various challenges on the only talk show that literally counts. Emmy Award-winning writer Karen Kilgariff and author and journalist Casey Schreiner serve as judges, who roast the contestants and award or deduct points from them based on criteria such as telling an anecdote, flirting with the host, name dropping, being underdressed, excessive agreement, and making the audience go "awwww."