By Sahil Patel
Terry Crews has been tapped to host “World’s Funniest Fails,” an unscripted TV series that Jukin Media is producing for Fox.
A one-hour series, “World’s Funniest Fails” is based on Jukin Media’s popular Fail Army YouTube channel, which showcases the best “epic fail” videos on the web. In the weekly series, a panel of celebrities and comedians will analyze various fail videos trending on the web in order to determine the one, true “Fail of the Week.”
Panelists set to appear in the program will be announced ahead of the show’s premiere, which is scheduled for January 16 at 8pm ET/9pm PT.
“World’s Funniest Fails” is produced by Dick Clark Productions and Jukin Media. Executive producers include Allen Shapiro and Mike Mahan for DCP, Jonathan Skogmo and Josh Entman for Jukin Media, and Nicolle Yaron. Mark Bracco and Assaf Blecher of DCP serve as co-executive producers.
Crews, meanwhile, also hosts the syndicated game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” He also stars on Fox’s critically acclaimed comedy series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”