Impractical Jokers Moves to TBS for Season 11, Sets July 11 Premiere

Impractical Jokers

Impractical Jokers, the hidden camera comedy series, is moving to TBS for its eleventh season. The show will premiere on Thursday, July 11, at 10 PM ET/PT, marking a new chapter for the popular series.

Impractical Jokers first aired on truTV in 2011 and quickly gained a dedicated audience with its unique blend of comedy and reality. The show stars real-life best friends and comedians Brian “Q” Quinn, James “Murr” Murray, Sal Vulcano, and formerly Joe Gatto, who left in season 9. The format involves the jokers challenging each other to daring stunts, with the one who backs out or fails facing a humiliating punishment.

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The show’s improvisational nature sets it apart, with the comedians often feeding each other lines through earpieces, creating spontaneous and hilarious situations. This has led to the success of Impractical Jokers and the creation of multiple spin-offs, including Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes, Impractical Jokers: After Party, and Impractical Jokers: Dinner Party, which was conceived during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Season 11 of Impractical Jokers will feature guest stars such as Brooke Shields, Joey Fatone, and Roy Wood Jr., to name a few. The move to TBS is strategic, as the network is known for its comedy programming, and it will expose the show to a broader audience.

With its move to TBS, Impractical Jokers is set to reach new heights, building on its dedicated following over ten seasons. The combination of comedy, reality, and improvisational pranks has proven to be a winning formula, and the show promises to continue delivering outrageous humor and entertainment.

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