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Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)
Whose Line Is It Anyway? is a game show hosted by Clive Anderson. Four contestants, usually professional comedians, play through various games which require improvisation. For example, "Party Quirks" required one of the contestants to welcome guests (the other three contestants) to their party and guess what the guest is supposed to be (e.g., a depressed clown). Another popular round, "Hoedown", required all contestants to make up a Western-style song on the spot. Points were awarded seemingly randomly by Anderson. The winner(s) of the show got to read out the closing credits in the style of Clive's choosing.
The show originally started on BBC Radio 4, but was transferred to television and broadcast by Channel 4. The show eventually made its way to the US as well, initially hosted by Clive in a series of specials by Channel 4, before finding a permanent place on the ABC network in a new version hosted by Drew Carey. See Whose Line Is It Anyway? (USA) for more information.
|Season One||September 23, 1988||December 16, 1988||13|
|Season Two||October 10, 1989||March 16, 1990||17|
|Season Three||January 18, 1991||May 10, 1991||17|
|Season Four||January 24, 1992||April 17, 1992||13|
|Season Five||March 5, 1993||April 30, 1993||9|
|Season Six||July 1, 1994||September 9, 1994||11|
|Season Seven||July 28, 1995||October 13, 1995||12|
|Season Eight||July 5, 1996||December 6, 1996||14|
|Season Nine||July 3, 1997||November 13, 1997||19|
|Season Ten||April 22, 1998||July 2, 1998||11|
- At a Glance: Additional information about the series
|The Complete Seasons 1 & 2||March 27, 2007||4||