FOX hasn’t renewed World’s Funniest Fails for a second season but they have ordered eight more installments for the first season. Four episodes have aired so far, averaging a 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 3.04 million viewers.
Here’s the press release:
FOX ORDERS EIGHT ADDITIONAL EPISODES OF “WORLD’S FUNNIEST FAILS”
All-New Episode Airs Tonight on FOX
FOX has ordered an additional eight episodes of the irreverent unscripted comedy series WORLD’S FUNNIEST FAILS. Hosted by Terry Crews (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), the series is inspired by the hit YouTube channel, FailArmy, and showcases the best “epic fail” viral videos in the most entertaining ways possible. Each week a panel of comedians choose their favorite “fail” videos and try to convince Crews to pick theirs as “Fail of the Week.” But, ultimately, it is Crews who crowns the winner.
In tonight’s all-new episode, “Gravity: It Kinda Sucks,” airing 8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT, comedians Annie Lederman (“Chelsea Lately”), Russell Peters (“Are We There Yet?,” Bob’s Burgers) and Jo Koy (“Chelsea Lately”) are the featured guest panellists, and New Girl’s Lamorne Morris makes a special appearance.
WORLD’S FUNNIEST FAILS ranks No. 1 in its time period among Men 18-34 (tie), Teens (tie) and No. 2 among Adults 18-34 (tie) and has improved upon FOX’s prior season average in the time period with entertainment programming in Adults 18-49 (+38%), Adults 18-34 (+60%), Teens (+50%) and Total Viewers (+45%).
Other guest panelists this season include Erik Griffin (“Workaholics”), Jessimae Peluso (“Girl Code”), Josh Wolf (“Chelsea Lately”), Iliza Shlesinger (“Last Comic Standing”), Tone Bell (“Bad Judge”), Jamie Lee (“The Pete Holmes Show”), Kurt Braunohler (“Bunk”), Cameron Esposito (“Maron”), Loni Love (“The Real”), Chris Franjola (“Anarchy Afterword”), Mary Lynn Rajskub (“24: Live Another Day”), Arden Myrin (“Chelsea Lately”), Brian Posehn (“The Sarah Silverman Program”) and Greg Proops (“Whose Line Is It Anyway?”).
Owned and operated by Jukin Media, the worldwide leader in the discovery, acquisition and distribution of user-generated and viral video content, FailArmy is the premier destination for the funniest videos on the web. FailArmy is a Top 100 YouTube channel with more than six million subscribers and one billion total video views.
WORLD’S FUNNIEST FAILS is produced by dick clark productions (dcp) and Jukin Media. Allen Shapiro, CEO of dick clark productions; Mike Mahan, President of dick clark productions; Jonathan Skogmo, Founder and CEO of Jukin Media; Josh Entman, Cofounder and Chief Development Officer of Jukin Media; and Nicolle Yaron serve as executive producers. Mark Bracco, EVP of Programming and Development for dick clark productions; Assaf Blecher, VP of Programming and Development for dick clark productions and Aliyah Silverstein serve as co-executive producers. “Like” WORLD’S FUNNIEST FAILS on Facebook at facebook.com/WorldsFunniestFailsFOX. Follow the series on Twitter @funniestfailstv and join the discussion using #funniestfails. See photos and video on Instagram @funniestfailsfox.
About dick clark productions:
dick clark productions (dcp) is the world’s largest producer and proprietor of televised live event entertainment programming with the “Academy of Country Music Awards,” “American Country Countdown Awards,” “American Music Awards,” “Billboard Music Awards,” “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest,” “Hollywood Film Awards,” “Golden Globe Awards” and “The PEOPLE Magazine Awards.” Weekly television programming includes So You Think You Can Dance from 19 Entertainment, a division of CORE Media Group, and dcp; WORLD’S FUNNIEST FAILS from Jukin Media and dcp; as well as the 2015 debut of BOOM! (FOX) from Keshet DCP, the joint venture between Keshet International (KI), the global distribution and production arm of Keshet Media Group, and DC Media, the parent company of dcp. dcp also owns one of the world’s most unique and extensive entertainment archive libraries with more than 55 years of award-winning shows, historic programs, specials, performances and legendary programming. For additional information, visit www.dickclark.com.
What do you think? Do you like this Friday night series? Do you think that FOX should have ordered additional episodes?