According to the Hollywood Reporter, Dick Clark Productions will be bringing TV's BLOOPERS back to TV starting next fall. The hidden-camera show will air as a weekly syndicated series and will include 120 half-hour episodes which will be aired over a three year period. The show will be distribued by Trifecta Entertainment & Media.
The original 'Bloopers', hosted by Dick Clark and Ed McMahon, debuted in 1981 and included bloopers from both the film and television industry. Often, actors would play practical jokes on each other. It eventually led to a series of specials that became known as 'Super Bloopers'. Mark Shapiro, CEO of Dick Clark Productions commented, "We started Bloopers in 1981 and are delighted to bring this timeless franchise back to today's audience.
The latest edition of the show will include recent bloopers, hidden-camera practical jokes and 'user-generated' videos.
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