Hannibal Lecter prepares for his stint on Top Cannibal Chef.
A small-screen staple since the late '80s, the improv comedy series Whose Line Is It Anyway? returned in its latest incarnation on The CW last night, with a few familiar faces (Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles, who were regulars on the long-running ABC version) and a couple new ones (host Aisha Tyler and guest player Gary Anthony Williams, whose seat will be occupied by a rotating crew of comics -- among them Heather Anne Campbell, who appeared in the second episode that aired right after the premiere, and Keegan-Michael Key -- in the weeks ahead). But the format hasn't changed at all; it's still a half-hour of intro-level improv games where, as Tyler constantly reminds us, everything is made up and the points don't matter.
ABC's murder mystery reality competition series Whodunnit? is, in a word, hokey. The 13 contestants claim they've signed up for the series knowing very little about it beyond the promise of spending their summer in a mansion with hopes of winning a game worth $250,000 -- but what they didn't know is that if they didn't succeed, they'd be murdered. Dun dun dunnnnn!
Stop, or Katee's mom will shoot!
I believe this is what they call "the light at the end of the tunnel."
The Men Who Built America leads off a super-slow week of new TV on DVD releases.
Finally, I can make a "Is that your final answer?" joke again and have it be topical!
Best present ever.
Dragon eggs for all!
The doctor is in... on DVD.
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