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Impractical Jokers to Relocate to TBS Amid Overhaul at truTV

TV’s Impractical Jokers will be pulling their pranks on a new network later this year.

TVLine has confirmed that the hidden camera comedy series will fully relocate to TBS this summer amid a programming overhaul at longtime home truTV.

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For its first nine seasons, Impractical Jokers aired exclusively on truTV, then began simulcasting on both truTV and TBS with its current 10th season. The simulcast approach will continue through early April before new episodes begin airing only on TBS this summer. (A Warner Bros. rep points out that library episodes of Impractical Jokers will continue airing on truTV prior to 6 pm ET.)

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As first reported by our sister site Variety, Impractical Jokers’ relocation comes as Warner Bros. Discovery plans to add a nightly sports block to truTV, beginning Monday, March 11. The lineup will include simulcasts of NHL, MLB and NBA games that are airing on TBS and TNT, as well as sports movies, documentaries and new unscripted programming.

This marks the latest change to truTV’s lineup, following the cancellation of its last remaining scripted series Tacoma FD, which TVLine exclusively reported in February. The series was set in a firehouse in one of America’s rainiest cities, forcing the firefighters to keep themselves entertained with “creative competitions, friendly first responder rivalries and bizarre emergency calls,” per its logline.

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