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We have photos of
Parry Shen and Rachel True at New Jersey Horror Con (She played Janet).
"Celebrity Name Game" is nominated for a Daytime Emmy for
Outstanding Game Show. Craig Ferguson is both host and Executive Producer. He's
also nominated for Outstanding Game Show Host.
Full List of Daytime Emmy Nominations
VOTE for Craig Ferguson for Favorite Late Night Talk Show Host
in the People's Choice Awards!
Craig Ferguson is nominated for a Grammy in the comedy field
for his album "I'm Here To Help".
“THE 56TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS®” air January 26, 2014 Live on CBS.
Tonight Show 5/8/13
Craig Ferguson, Part 1 Craig Ferguson
on his poop emergency.
Ferguson, Part 2 Craig Ferguson on failing at golf against the First
Minister of Scotland.
PRICE IS RIGHT” CELEBRATES DREW CAREY’S 1,000TH EPISODE, FRIDAY, DEC. 7
THE PRICE IS RIGHT, daytime television’s most-watched program, celebrates a
milestone with Drew Carey’s 1,000th episode, Friday, Dec. 7 (11:00 AM-12:00
Noon, ET; 10:00-11:00 AM, PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Carey took over the hosting duties of television’s longest-running game show
on Oct. 15, 2007. To celebrate, the episode will feature some of Carey’s
favorite things as prizes, including a Vespa similar to the one he rides,
trips to his favorite locations such as Brazil and his hometown of
Cleveland, and a home theater system with some of his favorite DVDs, such as
“The Big Lebowski” and “The Producers.” And, since no episode of THE PRICE
IS RIGHT would be complete without a chance to win a new car, one showcase
will feature a BMW chosen by Carey.
“Drew has spent the last 1,000 episodes infusing THE PRICE IS RIGHT with his
own unique brand of humor and fun, and the fans love him for his
enthusiasm,” said Angelica McDaniel, Senior Vice President, Daytime, CBS
Entertainment. “The CBS Daytime Family is so fortunate to have him and
grateful for his contribution to the continued success of the #1 show in
“Drew is truly the ideal host for THE PRICE IS RIGHT,” added Mike Richards,
Executive Producer for THE PRICE IS RIGHT. “He’s genuine, funny and loves to
see the contestants win. 1,000 episodes is an amazing accomplishment and
we’re lucky he’s a part of this great American institution.”
THE PRICE IS RIGHT, the longest-running game show in television history, is
hosted by Drew Carey. Produced by FremantleMedia North America, THE PRICE IS
RIGHT is broadcast weekdays (11:00 AM-12:00 Noon, ET; 10:00-11:00 AM, PT) on
the CBS Television Network.
CBS Daytime has been #1 in the daypart for 26 consecutive years, featuring a
lineup that is a balance of dramas, game shows and talk. In addition to THE
PRICE IS RIGHT, the Network’s daytime lineup includes game show LET’S MAKE A
DEAL, television’s #1 daytime drama THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, as well as
THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, and the popular daytime show THE TALK.
Drew Carey on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" 11/4/11
'The Price is Right' host stops by and tells Jimmy about recently running
the Marine Corps Marathon
Other Voices with Drew Carey
Jimmy and Drew show a clip from their days working together on the Canadian
show "Other Voices."
Craig Ferguson, Part 1 on The Tonight
Show March 17 Craig Ferguson and Jay discuss their Scottish heritage.
Craig Ferguson, Part 2 Craig Ferguson
swears that haggis pizza is delicious.
Interview with Ryan Stiles (Lous),
Kathy Kinney (Mimi) and more!
Tonight Show: Check out Jay's two-part interviews with Rick Fox
and Wanda Sykes below or see them in last night's episode:
Part 1: Wanda Sykes talks about the miners, weather, economy.
Part 2: Wanda Sykes talks about Meg Whitman/Jerry Brown CA Gov. debates
and Christine O'Donnell.
CBS's "THE PRICE IS RIGHT," WITH HOST DREW CAREY, RETURNS FOR A RECORD
39TH SEASON PREMIERE ON MONDAY, SEPT. 20
Longest-Running Game Show in Television History Debuts New Season With New
"Pay the Rent" Game and a Chance to Win $100,000
Entering its 39th season, CBS's THE PRICE IS RIGHT, with host Drew Carey, is
better and bigger than ever with a new game, updated classics, new guest
announcers and fully miked models. The new season will premiere Monday,
Sept. 20 (11:00 AM-12:00 Noon, ET; 10:00-11:00 AM, PT), on the CBS
Television Network, and will unveil "Pay the Rent," a new game where
contestants have the chance to win $100,000, the highest dollar amount ever
offered during a game in the show's history. In addition, two of
America's most beloved PRICE games, "Plinko" and "Ten Chances," have been
updated and enhanced to elevate game play excitement. Also, for the first
time in the show's history, the models will now be fully
miked, enabling them to interact with Drew as well as the contestants and
From writer Robert Borden (The Drew Carey Show) and director Ken Kwapis (The
Office) comes a comedy where cultural differences are a novelty.
Stars Diedrich Bader
OUTSOURCED (COMEDY, THURSDAYS AT 9:30/8:30c)
Outsourced – Featurette
Todd Donovan is sent by Mid Atlantic Novelties to run their call center in
India in this comedy in which cultural differences are the novelty.
PRICE IS RIGHT," WITH HOST DREW CAREY, CELEBRATES THE "45TH ANNUAL ACADEMY
OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS," IN A COUNTRY MUSIC-THEMED EPISODE FRIDAY, APRIL 16
ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK
Special Guest Stars Include 2010 ACM Award Nominees Blake Shelton and
THE PRICE IS RIGHT, with host Drew Carey, celebrates the 45TH ANNUAL ACADEMY
OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS, in a country music-themed episode to be broadcast
Friday, April 16 (11:00 AM-12:00 Noon, ET; 10:00-11:00 AM, PT), on the CBS
Television Network, two days before the Awards air live, Sunday, April 18
(8:00-11:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on CBS.
The episode will feature special appearances by 2010 ACM Award nominees
Blake Shelton and Bomshel. Each of the artists will present a prize in a
unique fashion, with Shelton taking the role of a PRICE IS RIGHT model
during "Half Off," with a contestant. In addition, the showcases will be
"country music" themed. One of the showcase winners will receive a trip to
Las Vegas to attend the 45TH ANNUAL ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS.
THE PRICE IS RIGHT, the longest-running game show in television history, is
hosted by Drew Carey. Produced by FremantleMedia North America, THE PRICE IS
RIGHT is broadcast weekdays on the CBS Television Network.
On the Web:
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Drew Carey talks US Soccer
Comedian Drew Carey joins board of US bid to host World Cup
Drew Carey -- One Hell of a Lunch Date
Students can't go wrong with daytime classic 'The Price Is Right'
From the Akron Beacon Journal 4/18/07:
Carey Quizzing? Cleveland's own Drew Carey has signed to
host the game-show pilot Power of 10 for CBS, says tvweek.com. The
site says the show ``has contestants trying to guess the results of
nationwide surveys of five questions, with each answer increasing in value
by multiples of 10 -- starting with $1,000 and ending up at $10 million.''
Carey has done the game thing before, in the anarchic environs of
Whose Line Is It Anyway? as well as on the special Play for a
Billion. If you prefer him in sitcom form, the complete first season of
his Drew Carey Show will be on DVD on Tuesday.
Whose Line is it Anyway: Season 1, Volume 1
Synopsis: Whose Line Is It Anyway?, based on the British show of the same
name, features some of the nation's finest improvisational comedians,
including Florida's Wayne Brady, Canada's Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles and
Drew Carey from The Drew Carey Show. Each week, the preceding four and a
rotating group of actors and actresses spontaneously play games with
outrageous scenes, weird quirks, and hilarious songs. Actors: Wayne Brady,
Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Laura Hall. Original Broadcast Date: 8/1/98 to
3/24/99. Episodes: 1 - 1. 08/05/98 Show No. 103, 2. 08/12/98 Show No. 104,
3. 08/19/98 Show No. 106, 4. 08/26/98 Show No. 101, 5. 09/02/98 Show No.
105, 2 - 6. 09/09/98 Show No. 102, 7. 09/23/98 Show No. 107, 8. 12/09/98
Show No. 111, 9. 12/16/98 Show No. 108, 10. 01/06/99 Show No. 117.
See many articles about the show and its
It appears that the show has been canceled; I never heard or saw an
official announcement, but the cast has been moving on to other things.
I guess ABC knew that if they made an announcement, we would fight for the
show, so they just let it slowly, quietly die away. What a shame!
Deidrich Bader (Oswald) is set to star in a 2004 fall series called
"Center of the Universe", starring John Goodman.
In March 21, 2004 Drew Carey appeared in Fountains Of Wayne's Music Video
Mexican Wine as an announcer. (TV Tome)
Craig Ferguson (Nigel) has a new sitcom at ABC called "Hot
March 15, 2004
Christa Miller Lawrence (Kate) has been cast as the female lead in an
untitled CBS comedy project starring Andrew Kennedy.
Cynthia Watros (Kellie) is in a new series called "Saint Louie" on
Catch reruns of The Drew Carey Show in syndication (check your local
listings) and reruns of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" on ABC Family Channel.
Drew Carey is not on the fall schedule this season but might return as a
mid-season replacement (they are still planning to tape new episodes).
Please watch for it! I believe that the show is still good, but the network
moved it around so much and pre-empted it so often that people forgot about
it. It was on a lot this summer with lots of new episodes but who
watches TV in the summer...anyway, at least it has not been canceled.
Drew got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
The show has moved to Mondays! It's followed by Drew's other show, "Whose
Line Is It Anyway?". Now it's on Fridays...wish ABC would stop
moving it :(
Kate (Christa Miller) has left the show! :( She will only be seen
for a few episodes this season.
Joining the cast is Cynthia Watros ("Titus" and "Guiding Light").
Rumor has it that this is the final season of the show.
Drew will star on the 11/4 episode of "Nikki" on The WB, which
is also run by Drew Carey Show producer Bruce Helford. According to
Entertainment Weekly, "Carey will play a Vince McMahon-like character
who buys Dwight's professional wrestling league. 'He plays a bad guy
for the first time,' says Helford, who adds that Nikki will also
benefit from several new writers this season. 'Drew's way more
versatile than what we usually see. He's really different this
time--except he still has his glasses on'."
According to TV Guide,
"Drew's love life heats up this season, but in a very complicated
way". Drew and Mimi will be "more playful" and less
This July, Suzanne went with some
friends to visit Warner Brothers Studios in Los Angeles. If you get a
chance to go to LA, check it out! It's a great tour with a lot of
behind-the-scenes stuff. The highlight was seeing the sets for The
Drew Carey Show and for Friends! They were dark and there was no one
around (and they wouldn't let us take pictures! :( but it was cool to
see it anyway. Suzanne also bought a Drew Carey T-shirt that she
11/8/00: ABC has renewed its improv series Whose
Line Is It Anyway? through the 2003-2004 season,
Variety reports... The Drew Carey Show airs its
second live episode tonight on ABC...
I haven't had much time this year to update the page or even
watch the show that often. Drew is going strong!!! And he must
be really busy with TWO hit shows and having "Who Wants To Be a
Millionaire?" as the lead-in. Despite tough competition from
"West Wing" and other shows, the show is still doing really well.
helped The Drew Carey Show attract its largest audience for an ABC season
premiere (13.61 million) in four years. It was also the network's largest
Wednesday premiere audience (13.48 million) in four years." --Mr. Showbiz
Drew in Parade Magazine! Part 1,
2, and 3
votes are in! The
last poll said that you want Oswald to find a new girlfriend!
Thanks very much to everyone who's contributed to this page by sending me
information! Thanks to Mike Moore for the Halloween picture!
Drew starred last year in "Geppetto" on ABC.
The Howard Stern Show on 6/5/99 featured 15-plus segments,
including appearances by Drew Carey .
in court! 1/99
The last season finale had Drew, the cast, and guest-star Hal Linden not only
dancing as usual, but singing "Brotherhood of Man" from the musical "How to
Succeed in Business Without Really Trying". They did a great job!!!
How will they top it this season?
Drew's 1st season theme was "Moon Over Parma" sung by Drew (my
favorite theme!) Last season's theme song was "5 O'Clock World" by The Vogues.
Ask for their CD Greatest Hits collection in your local record store. This season's theme
is "Cleveland Rocks" on by The Presidents of the United States of America (Ian
Hunter sang the original version but PUSA covered it for the show). The new PUSA CD
"Pure Frosting" has the theme! So does the new Drew
You can get .wav files of them at the D.R.E.W. page linked below. Here's another place to find the latest
theme at Nita's Corvette Page.
Drew sued by A&W!
Drew's summer game show "Whose Line Is
It Anyway?" Also starring Ryan Stiles (Lewis) was a big hit so they're
bringing it back in the Fall. An hour of Drew!
Carey on Fire for Smokers
WEST HOLLYWOOD (Reuters) - Drew Carey was an unlikely leader of a smoke-in yesterday at
Barney's Beanery, a popular West Hollywood hangout. The sitcom star and others lighted up
to protest of a state law that bans smoking in restaurants and bars. But Carey says he
isn't even a smoker and was taking part only because he believes the law is
"insane." The demonstration could be the beginning of a new activist career for
Carey. "I've never done anything like this in my life," he said. "But
protesting is fun and I may do it again -- if I don't get arrested." The protest
resulted in a $100 fine for Barney's.
Carey Likely to Host `Line'
HOLLYWOOD (Variety) - ABC is finalizing negotiations with Drew
Carey to host and executive produce a summer version of the British improv comedy game
show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Carey's sitcom co-star Ryan Stiles will be a
regular player on the series. Celebrities compete in four improv games, and the host adds
and subtracts points for any reason he wants.
Fan Staci went as Mimi a few years
The Drew Carey Show kicked the butts of both 3rd Rock From the
Sun and Star Trek: Voyager! Both changed their time slots. Go, Drew! (Even though I like
those other shows, too)
E! Online's Review From Last Fall: Not Such a Beautiful
Day in Drew's Neighborhood It's going to be a busy fall for Drew. First, he gets a new
housemate: Coworker Larry (Ian Gomez) moves in after getting fired. Then, he gets new
neighbors: a buppie couple (yet to be cast) who aren't thrilled about living in Drew's
blue-collar 'hood. They're even less enthusiastic when they meet the guy next door--just
as he gets cuffed in front of his house. Like, arrested? You got it. Unbeknownst to Drew,
Larry's holding a friend's marijuana stash, and Drew pays the price. Not only is he
arrested, but he's in danger of losing his house.
Drew was on the cover of TV Guide--
December 7, 1996
September 27, 1997
And there was an article about Whose Line August 1, 1998
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