During the Television Critics Association (TCA) winter press tour, truTV announced it has ordered more episodes of freshman show, Adam Ruins Everything, and a new pilot with the working title No Dumb Questions.
College Humor’s Adam Conover hosts Adam Ruins Everything. Emily Axford will helm No Dumb Questions.
Here are the details, excerpted from a multi-show press release from truTV parent-company, Turner:
truTV orders more “Adam Ruins Everything”
Thursday, January 7, 2016
truTV Announces Additional Episode Order of Adam Ruins Everything
Network also Greenlights Pilot for Series No Dumb Questions (working title)
Announced today by network President Chris Linn at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, truTV has […] ordered additional episodes for season 1 of hit investigative comedy Adam Ruins Everything […] launched under truTV’s recent brand refresh focusing on a comedic sensibility and earned top 10 rankings among all cable entertainment networks in their timeslots for Adults 18-34, with […] the first half of season 1 of Adam Ruins Everything garnering a median age of 29.
In addition, building off the successful launch of Adam Ruins Everything, truTV is expanding its relationship with the production company Big Breakfast and has placed a pilot order for No Dumb Questions (working title.) Led by host Emily Axford, a team of comedy journalists poses the questions you didn’t think to ask, but once you hear them, you have to know the answers. If you’ve ever wondered if you could flush a whole chocolate cake down a toilet, No Dumb Questions is for you.
Adam Ruins Everything will return in mid-2016 with 14 additional half-hour season one episodes ordered. In the show, which was born out of a popular CollegeHumor original series, host Adam Conover employs a combination of comedy, history and science to dispel widespread misconceptions about everything we take for granted. Adam is like that friend who knows a little bit too much about everything and is going to tell you about it…whether you like it or not.
Adam Ruins Everything is produced by Big Breakfast with Adam Conover, Sam Reich, Spencer Griffin, and Jon Cohen serving as executive producers.
No Dumb Questions is produced by Big Breakfast with Sam Reich, Spencer Griffin, and Jon Cohen serving as executive producers.
Seen across multiple platforms in 90 million households, truTV delivers a fresh and unexpected take on comedy with such popular original series asImpractical Jokers,Billy on the Street,The Carbonaro Effect,Adam Ruins Everything, Hack My Life andFameless, as well as the upcoming original scripted comedy Those Who Can’t. And the fun doesn’t stop there. truTV is also a partner in airing the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.
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What do you think? Do you like the sound of the No Dumb Questions TV show? Are you a fan of Adam Ruins Everything? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed?
I think the show should be cancelled it’s was ridiculous I did not like the show I tried to watch the show 5 minutes and changed the channel never watched it again please cancel the show
I am obsessed with Adam Ruins Everything, it is by far my favorite series. I love being informed while laughing at the same time. It’s genious!
I am a huge fan of this show. I tell everyone about it so people can be educated about the truth behind a variety of topics. GREAT WORK!!!
One of the dumbest shows I’ve ever seen. It needs to be cancelled.
I fell in love with Adam Ruins Everything every since CollegeHumor! I am excited about more episodes! Tired of waiting, actually. Also, I’m really interested in seeing what Emily has in store. Congrats to them all!
Love his shows! They’re all like true “wake-up calls.”
Good to know, R. Thank you for reading and for your comment.