• When Craig Ferguson leaves Late Late Show, great comedians will guest host. And then also John Mayer.

    When Craig Ferguson ends his nearly 10-year reign as Late Late Show host at the end of December, a roster of guest hosts – including the insufferable John Mayer – will sit behind the Scottish comedian’s vacated desk until James Corden officially takes over. Drew Carey will host first between Jan. 5 and Jan. 9 and again between March 2 and March 6. Judd Apatow, Jim Gaffigan, Wayne Brady, Will

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    Drew Carey Offers Reward To Catch Bullies Behind Cruel ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Prank After Teens Poured Feces And Urine On Autistic Boy

    Drew Carey was disgusted by a cruel ALS Ice Bucket Challenge prank a group of teenagers played on an autistic classmate. So Carey decided to do something about it, offering a $10,000 reward to those who help bring these bullies to justice. The ALS ice bucket challenge started off as a fun way to increase awareness for the horrific disease. A person would dump a bucket of ice water over

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    Whose Line is it Anyway? renewed for 24 episodes

    Whose Line is it Anyway?, the popular sketch comedy show that was revived in 2013 with host Aisha Tyler, has been renewed for a third season. The CW announced today they’ve ordered 24 new episodes that will premiere in 2015. Whose Line is it Anyway? originated in the UK but became an American hit when ABC broadcast it with host Drew Carey from 1998-2004. The new version of the show

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    12 jobs comedians had before they were famous: Kevin Hart, Jon Stewart, Louis C.K. and more!

    As shocking as it may sound, not every comedian joked his or her way straight to stardom. Before they were making you laugh onstage, in movies and on television, they were working regular dead-end jobs– you know, like most of us! From waiting tables to applying makeup to the dead, comedians have done it all. Below, we’ve listed 12 of our favorite before-comedy comedian jobs. (Click each photo for full

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    Watch the best of Ryan Stiles; thank you, GSN!

    Have you been watching Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza on GSN? If you even sort of liked Whose Line Is It Anyway? you’d love this show, which brings back a lot of familiar faces like Greg Proops, Colin Mochrie and one of our fave improvisors of all time, Ryan Stiles! The fine folks at GSN put together a little “best-of” reel to highlight Stiles. So, obviously, we’re going to share it with

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    Behind the scenes at Drew Carey's "Improv-A-Ganza"

    Yesterday, we let you in on the news that Charlie Sheen would make his improv comedy debut on Drew Carey’s new GSN show, Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza. And today, with the premiere creeping up (April 11) we got a first look at the show. And because we’re all about loving, caring and sharing, we wanted to do that last thing with you. Check out the pair of videos below. In the

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    Greg Proops, Bill Engvall will help generate laughs for GSN

    Greg Proops

    When I think of the Game Show Network (GSN), a few things come to mind: Gene Rayburn’s incredibly trendy suits on the Match Game, Richard Dawson requesting kisses on the cheek from every female contestant on Family Feud and a very young Bob Barker. It generally hasn’t been a go-to channel if I want to laugh – at least, if I want to laugh

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    Drew Carey pledges $1 million to Livestrong, with Twitter provisions

    Who knew that Drew Carey was such a philanthropist? The big guy with the goofy glasses (much missed since his proported Lasik eye surgery) has pledged to donate one million dollars (yes, you should be hearing a Dr. Evil voice when you read that) to Livestrong, should his @drewfromtv Twitter account garner as many followers. But wait! There’s more. (Isn’t there always?) Just recently, Carey upped the ante once more

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