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"Drew Carey's Green Screen Show" is an entertaining half-hour improvisational comedy series created by Drew Carey. The idea came to him one night while performing at The Improv in Hollywood to mix animation with improv to create segments or short movies. While not a spin-off or replacement for "Whose Line is it Anyway?" the new show takes much of it's cast & concept from the hit ABC series. However, it is based more on the Improv-Allstars touring shows and offers the actors more freedom and spontaneity during each scene, no doubt ensuring fun. The performers play unscripted improv games in front of a green
screen (like the one used in the WLiiA game "Newsflash") with a live studio audience and in post-production, a company called Acme Filmworks adds a variety of animations in both the background and foreground. The actors will even be able to interact with the animations. For example, if someone is drinking a beer at a bar, the performers will be placed in a bar and the drink will be put in their hand. Fans need not worry about the animations playing too much of a role in the show, as Executive Producer Robert Morton has promised that the comedy will remain their first priority and main goal. According to Drew himself, all it takes is for you to watch "Drew Carey's Green Screen Show" one time and you'll be hooked. This innovative series is no doubt a fun and exciting adventure for everyone!
"Green Screen" completed its first season order of 12 episodes on Comedy Central, but, unfortunately, it is not expected to be renewed.
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