The new revival series of Whose Line Is It Anyway? on The CW is the first version of the show to premiere in the social media age of the 21st Century. Marketing the show to a younger audience, it is only natural that the youth-oriented CW television network would use specialized hashtags to spark Twitter conversions about the show, games, guests, and/or moments contained within.
I have attempted to compile a list of the hashtags that The CW has aired during the prime-time broadcasts, although I discovered during the August 6th re-run that not every airing of an individual episode features the same hashtags. For example, during that evening's re-broadcast of Episode 9-03, the hashtags #GoCandice and #LivingScenery had been removed, while #Alie…Read more >
Does anyone have an objection to me requesting administrator privileges for this wiki? I have been contributing here for several months, and when I got here, it was a virtual ghost town. As I have added new sections, new pages, new episode guides, and new images, I have seen little uptick in other contributors' activity.
I expect renewed interest in this wiki as more people tune in to the revival season. I have several changes I'd like to make, including uploading a wordmark logo in place of the current (ugly) text logo.
So...is anyone opposed to me requesting an administrator role here?
— Eric Geller 13:04, July 18, 2013 (UTC)Read more >
Following the announcement of the Whose Line is it Anyway reboot by the CW, the CW has released the first clip of the new show. This clip has Greatest Hits and Scenes from a Hat, both on 90210.
What do you think of the new show? Is it as funny as the previous shows? Discuss in the comments below.Read more >