NBC Says 'Thank God' in April
The network will roll out a new improv
The two Monday airings are designed to give the show, hosted by actor-comedian David Alan Grier, a leg up with
"Thank God You're Here" also shouldn't affect the current occupant of the 8 p.m. Wednesday slot, "Friday Night Lights." The network has aired only a few repeats of "Lights" this season, so it should be done for the year by then.
Based an Australian show, "Thank God You're Here" will feature a rotating cast of comedians who have to think and act on the fly. In each show, an actor will walk into a scene they know nothing about; another performer will greet them with the line, "Thank God you're here," and things take off from there.
The premiere episode will feature "Malcolm in the Middle" star
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