You Can Watch (Almost) Every Episode of 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' Online Right Now

Source: The CW
Source: The CW

Get ready to make everything up and win points that don't matter: Whose Line Is It Anyway? is online for you to watch now.

No, not just the episodes made during the CW's revival of the series since 2013. Almost every episode of the American version of the show is available in one place, on a CW spinoff site called CW Seed. That's more than 200 episodes of Whose Line you can watch right now. That means dozens of Scenes From a Hat, tons of Hoedowns and more weird props than anyone can imagine.


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Adapted from the British show of the same name, the improv comedy series, now in its 11th season, originally featured by Drew Carey as host on ABC and later ABC Family. After a six-year hiatus, the show was revived by the CW in 2013 with Aisha Tyler in the host's chair. Three of the show's improv performers — Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles and Wayne Brady — have been consistent presences across both iterations of the show. Mochrie appears in every single episode. 

The fourth chair is filled by a rotating guest, usually a working comedian like Brad Sherwood or Jeff B. Davis. There have been some more notable names in the fourth spot, however. Nashville fans probably fondly remember star Chip Esten's regular appearances on the show, while special guests Richard Simmons and Stephen Colbert got to join in the fun for a onetime stint. One notable episode missing from the set: a third-season installment that guest-starred the late, great Robin Williams. Clips from that episode are available on YouTube.

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Since its revival on the CW, the show has also featured a fifth special-guest slot for a non-comedian to join in for a game or two. These guests range from Key and Peele star Keegan-Michael Key and Glee breakout star Darren Criss to New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.

CW Seed is using the tagline "200 episodes and counting" for the package, so it's possible missing episodes like Williams' installment are coming. The show is also still airing its sixth season, so more new episodes are on the way as well. In the meantime, watch the episodes available now on CW Seed's website or on their app.

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Kevin O'Keeffe

Kevin is the arts editor at Mic, writing about inclusion and representation in pop culture. He is based in New York and can be reached at kevin@mic.com.

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