NBC will roll out its new improv laffer “Thank God You’re Here” on Wednesday nights starting in April.
Skein will air Wednesdays at 8 starting April 18. It replaces “Friday Night Lights,” which will have aired the last of its 22 episodes on April 11.
Peacock is giving “You’re Here” a promo boost by previewing its first two episodes on Monday nights, April 9 and 16. Skein will air immediately following “Deal or No Deal” and in place of “Heroes” on those nights.
Oz format, from FremantleMedia North America, features rotating celebs being thrown into improv sketches. Among the thesps set to appear: Jennifer Coolidge, Fred Willard, Alanis Morrisette, Bryan Cranston, Tom Arnold, Fran Drescher, Tom Green, George Takei, Paul Rodriguez, Mo’Nique, Jason Alexander, Wayne Knight and Ana Gasteyer.
Meanwhile, ABC has slotted a new installment of its Dick Clark-produced “Bloopers” franchise. John O’Hurley will host “Celebrity A-List Bloopers” on Saturday, March 17, at 8 p.m.