After a decade-long hiatus, Crank Yankers will be returning to Comedy Central with the same crew that created the show some 17 years ago. Announced at Comedy Central's presentation during a Television Critics Association winter tour stop, Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Carolla, and Daniel Kellison have all signed on to bring the show back.
The three creators will serve as executive producers while Kimmel's younger brother Jonathan has been tapped as
According to Comedy Central, the show will be updated to reflect the changes in technology between the earlier part of the millennium and now. The channel says "the world’s
As for Jimmy Kimmel, he's elated to have the opportunity once again to work on a show he calls his
“Crank Yankers has always been my
Crank Yankers originally debuted on Comedy Central in 2002 before moving to MTV2 for its last handful of episodes. In total, the initial version of the show had 70 episodes air over the course of four seasons. Voice actors for the show the first time around included the likes of Tracy Morgan, Kevin Nealon, Sarah Silverman, and Wanda Sykes although it's unclear whether any of the
There's no indication when the show will return to Comedy Central, though shows often promoted at the winter TCA stop often times gain traction later in the year when the Fall television season rolls around.
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