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The Tenderloins Talk New Season Of 'Impractical Jokers' & Return Of 'The Misery Index'

The Tenderloins Talk New Season Of 'Impractical Jokers' & Return Of 'The Misery Index'

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If just one show with the guys from the Impractical Jokers isn't enough for you, you're in luck! Two shows featuring the Jokers are back on television and better than ever.

The Jokers' popular game show The Misery Index has returned to TBS for new episodes every Tuesday.

Sal Vulcano offered us some more insight on the charms of the show:

"Both shows are just a blast... especially the new show 'The Misery Index,' people know it's from the Jokers, and latched onto this show too ... families watch it together, they play together."

The Misery Index features two teams, each with two Jokers and one contestant. The teams compete by determining the ranking of real-life, miserable events. Joe Gatto adds:

"We like 'Misery Index' because you don't have to be smart to play it... it's just basically your opinion and you're debating these crazy situations."

You can also expect different formatting and segments from the show that are new and funnier than ever, Gatto explained.

"There's a segment called 'sound of misery' where we just hear what happened and we have to rate it on the misery index, without knowing exactly what happened, so we have to take out best guess."

Celebrity cameos will also be featured on the show, with guest appearances from stars like Joel McHale and Travis Kelce.

On top of all this, the Jokers have recently signed a new contract with WarnerMedia to develop further projects. This will include new scripted and unscripted originals for various channels such as truTV, TNT, TBS, and HBO Max, Variety reported.

If this means one thing, we will not stop seeing entertainment from these four comedy stars any time soon!

You can also catch the Jokers in their original habitat on The Impractical Jokers Thursdays on truTV.

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