Malmo, Sweden, June 14, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Smecommerce Ltd today announced that it has launched a fan site for the extremely popular TV show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"
Magnus Johansson, a spokesman for Smecommerce Ltd said:
- "This TV show has a lot of fans out there and they seem to be without a good 'home' on the Internet. Since we ourselves have had a lot of good laughs thanks to this TV show, it seemed very natural to go in and sponsor the community with this fan site. We will continuously add video clips and we hope that people will enjoy to visit the site and use this blog site for discussions and sharing ideas and opinions."
Whose Line Is It Anyway? is the short-form improvisational comedy TV show. Originally it was an English radio program, which moved to become a TV show in -88 as a series intended for the UK's Channel 4. Subsequent the actual summary of the British run in 98, ABC started out broadcasting a release with the exact same name directed towards the United States audience.
The TV show consisted of a panel involving 4 artists who set up personas, scenes and songs on the spot, in the style of short-form improvisation activity, many taken from theatre sports. Topics with regard to the games were centered on either visitors ideas or predetermined prompts from the host. Both the UK as well as the particular American shows evidently took the type of a game show with the host with little thought assigning things and similarly deciding on a winner at the end of each and every episode. Nevertheless, the show was missing the actual true stakes and levels of competition associated with a game show.
The fan site can be visited ad http://whoselineisitanyway.net