30-Year-Old Show to Return to TV

Dec 20, 2011  •  Post A Comment

A 30-year-old show is set to return to television as a syndicated show, reports Deadline.com. On tap from dick clark productions is "Bloopers," a new take on "TV Bloopers."

Dick Clark originated "TV Bloopers" as a series of seven specials, which ran on NBC from 1981 to 1984, the story notes. The show then transformed into "TV’s Bloopers & Practical Jokes," co-hosted by Clark and Ed McMahon, which ran from 1984 to 1988 on NBC, the piece adds.

The new version will debut in the fall of 2012 and has been cleared on Tribune-owned stations in cities including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, the piece notes.



  1. Let’s not forget that the Bloopers from Dick Clark back in the 80’s wasn’t original either. There were vinyl records from the 50′ & early 60’s from Kermit Schaffer called “Pardon My Bloopers” culled from the “golden days of radio and TV” and some of those were hilarious.

  2. There’s plenty of material out there but I wonder how many people will watch this when so many of these clips are all over the net? The old series was the only chance some people ever had to see some of these bloopers but now, most of them are just a Google search away.

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