Penn and Teller: Fool Us and World’s Funniest Animals Updates: Two of the unscripted episodes were picked up by the CW for new seasons.
Both Penn & Teller: Fool Us and World’s Funniest Creatures, the former for an eighth cycle and the latter for a second cycle, have been renovated.
The announcement of the pick-up of the World’s Funniest Animals arrives less than three months after its CW launch. His most recent Nov. 27 episode was the network’s best time-slot success in just under two years.
To date, after seven days of delayed streaming, the viral clip show is averaging 744,000 viewers. Penn & Teller: Fool Us averaged 1.1 million viewers for the same amount of time in the first half of season 7. And the second half is set to premiere on Jan. 8. It will come very soon. So we have to wait.
About World’s Funniest Animals
Hosted by Elizabeth Stanton (Popstar This Week), World’s Funniest Animals sees a celebrity guest panel looking at animals doing the funniest stuff ever captured on camera.
The series features viral internet images of funny animal moments, movie and TV series clips, animal outtakes shocking the entire cast and crew, kid and pet footage, as well as celebrities and their dogs.
The show is executive produced by David McKenzie, David Martin, and Laura McKenzie of Affiliated Television International. At a later date, CW will reveal a premiere date and times for the World’s Funniest Animals second run.
About Penn and Teller: Fool Us:
The pair has been included in various stage and TV shows such as Penn & Teller: Fool Us and they are currently playing at The Rio in Las Vegas, the longest-running headliners in the history of Las Vegas to appear at the same hotel.
As the act’s orator and raconteur, Penn Jillette represents. In general, Teller does not talk when playing and instead speaks by mime and nonverbals, but during their live shows and television appearances, his voice can sometimes be heard.
In addition to sorcery, the pair, particularly through their TV show Penn & Teller: Fool Us!, became synonymous with the advocacy of scientific skepticism and libertarianism. And it is amazing.