The Late Show With David Letterman went off the air in 2015, but let’s face it: Pets didn’t just stop doing stupid tricks just because their best TV outlet for them disappeared. Fortunately, Stupid pet tricks comes back as its own series where pets can once again do the stupid things they enjoy.
Via a press release, TBS announced that they have green informed a new one Stupid pet tricks series based on the long-running comedy piece from The late show and before that Late night with David Letterman. According to the release, “each episode features a parade of pets performing the most ridiculous, impressive, and extraordinary tricks on a studio stage in front of a live audience, weaving comic bits along with games and surprising celebrity drop-ins when pet parents attend their furry (or scolded!) friends in search of being crowned with the coveted title – The Stupidest Trick of the Week. ”
Stupid pet tricks was a valued staple in Letterman’s TV shows for decades. Where else on TV would you see a dog that could fit three tennis balls in its mouth at the same time?
Letterman is an executive producer of the series through his company, Worldwide Pants, but he is not the host. This honor will instead go to comedian Sarah Silverman, who had this statement in the news: “The rule in showbusiness is, ‘never work with animals or children,’ but I still choose to work with David Letterman.”
TBS has had some success in recent years with strange game shows like Go-Big Show and Eradicate. Stupid pet tricks should fit right into the primetime lineup. Hopefully Stupid human tricks gets its own spin-off eventually followed by a miniseries dedicated to the greatest Sent show running bit: “Will it float?”
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