Impractical Jokers Season 9 Production Resumes And Franchise Grows To HBO Max

There is a lot more Impractical Jokers coming to the cable network and streaming service.

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Fans of the comedy group known as The Tenderloins, a collective made up of Joe Gatto, James Murray, Brian Quinn, and Sal Vulcano, will be happy to know there is a lot more of the Impractical Jokers headed to both truTV and HBO Max in the near future as production has resumed on Season 9 of the series.

However, that's not all. 10 more episodes of the quarantine-friendly Impractical Jokers: Dinner Party--which will air this fall--have been ordered for truTV as well. Additionally, the Impractical Jokers movie will make its way to HBO Max on September 1. The film follows the group as they head to a Paula Abdul concert, and along the way, they challenge each other to embarrassing tasks, of course.

Additionally, truTV's incredibly fun and purposely cringe-worthy game show The Misery Index, hosted by Jameela Jamil (The Good Place) and featuring the Impractical Jokers, has been renewed for Season 3. The second half of Season 2 will arrive this October.

"We're excited to continue growing the Impractical Jokers franchise with WarnerMedia," the Tenderloins said in a statement. "We're excited to use the word franchise. Each new project or season, we are pushing ourselves to make it bigger, better and funnier than the last. Thanks to our insanely loyal fans over the past year, we've really been able to stretch ourselves and have had a blast bringing projects to life, including our first feature film and a TV show filmed from our separate homes. Whether its Impractical Jokers, Impractical Jokers: Dinner Party, The Misery Index or something new, we're thrilled to keep working with each other and making people laugh."

This isn't the only good news for comedy fans of truTV programming. Tacoma FD was just renewed for Season 3. In other TV news, HBO Max just revealed the first trailer for Raised By Wolves, the sci-fi original series for the streaming service executive produced by Ridley Scott.

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Aren't these guys famous enough. That most people will recognize them in public? Causing there jokes to fail

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