TruTV’s Impractical Jokers has been making audiences laugh for nearly a decade now.
The four Tenderloins — Joe Gatto, James “Murr” Murray, Brian “Q” Quinn and Sal “Prince Herb” Vulcano — launched Season 1 of the hidden-camera show in 2011.
Ever since, the show has been a staple of comedy television and a key element of HBO Max’s success in the ever-relevant streaming war.
However, in late 2021, a stunning piece of news rocked Jokers’ supporters to the core. Joe Gatto said that he was leaving the show to focus on his family.
While no one can begrudge Joe for prioritising his family, fans immediately started hypothesising how (or if) Impractical Jokers might continue without a founding member of the Tenderloins.
It was shortly declared that the series wasn’t going anywhere, but the issue remained: what would the show look like without Joe?
A new trailer published just ahead of the show’s April 2 comeback finally provided fans an answer, but it may also signal the downfall of Impractical Jokers.
- 1 A Brief Description of Impractical Jokers
- 2 More About the Impractical Jokers Series
- 3 Impractical Jokers Plot and Series Summary
- 4 Rating for Impractical Jokers
- 5 Episode List
- 6 Frequently Asked Questions
- 6.1 Is the show Impractical Jokers cancelled?
- 6.2 Is Netflix carrying Impractical Jokers?
- 6.3 Count the number of seasons of “Impractical Jokers.”
- 6.4 Season 9 of Impractical Jokers will premiere when?
- 6.5 Impractical Jokers airs at what time?
- 6.6 How many more seasons of Impractical Jokers will there be?
- 6.7 The first edition of Impractical Jokers was published in the year?
- 7 Conclusion
A Brief Description of Impractical Jokers
Impractical Jokers is an American hidden camera reality show with improvisational elements.
Produced by NorthSouth Productions, Impractical Jokers launched on truTV on December 15, 2011. It also periodically airs on TBS.
Starring the members of The Tenderloins: James “Murr” Murray, Brian “Q” Quinn, Sal Vulcano, and Joe Gatto (until his resignation following season nine) (until his departure following season nine).
More About the Impractical Jokers Series
Impractical Jokers has been the jewel of truTV’s programming since it launched in 2011.
The hidden camera series follows four New York-based friends and comedians.
These best friends and comedians are Brian “Q” Quinn, James “Murr” Murray, Sal Vulcano, and Joe Gatto as they do their best to disgrace one another in public.
A new twist on the classic hidden camera concept, the show features a cast of pranksters rather than the unsuspecting public.
Impractical Jokers Plot and Series Summary
They are real-life best buddies who enjoy taking on the most daring and dangerous acts ever captured on hidden camera.
‘Q’ Quinn, James ‘Murr’ Murray, Joe Gatto, and Sal Vulcano are four longtime friends who take dares to an extreme degree in this hidden-camera series.
As part of the competition, the men engage in absurd and awkward hidden-camera antics, with the loser having to execute what is believed to be the most horrifying task yet.
In addition to the official website, you may get information on Impractical Jokers on the IMDb page.
Rating for Impractical Jokers
As a result of its TV-PG rating, Impractical Jokers may be deemed inappropriate for younger children by their parents.
Many parents may want to watch it alongside their children, especially if they are younger.
Some of the following may require parental supervision: certain suggestive dialogue, infrequent foul language, some sexual situations, or moderate violence.
We have provided you the episode lists of the season 9 of Impractical Jokers.
Episode 1 – You Dirty Dog aired on February 4, 2021
Episode 2 – The Bachelor Party aired on February 11, 2021
Episode 3 – Drive, Drive, Drive aired on February 18, 2021
Episode 4 – Poetry Slammed aired on February 25, 2021
Episode 5 – Bleach for America aired on March 4, 2021
Episode 6 – Smashing Success aired on March 11, 2021
Episode 7 – Pity in Pink aired on March 25, 2021
Episode 8 – Space Oddity aired on April 15, 2021
Episode 9 – OK Zoomer aired on April 22, 2021
Episode 10 – The Prince and Me aired on April 29, 2021
Episode 11 – Breaking Wind Beneath My Wings aired on July 8, 2021
Episode 12 – Prince + Charming aired on July 15, 2021
Episode 13 – I’m Having the Best Time aired on July 22, 2021
Episode 14 – Documentary No! aired on July 29, 2021
Episode 15 – Food, Air, Toilet aired on August 5, 2021
Episode 16 – A Tasteful Episode aired on August 12, 2021
Episode 17 – Moist Richard aired on August 19, 2021
Episode 18 – Eric Andre aired on April 2, 2022
Frequently Asked Questions
We have provided you the answers to the most common queries of Impractical Jokers.
Is the show Impractical Jokers cancelled?
No, the show Impractical Jokers has not been cancelled at all.
Is Netflix carrying Impractical Jokers?
We do not keep tabs on Netflix release dates, but you can do so at NetflixSchedule to see if Impractical Jokers is currently streaming.
Count the number of seasons of “Impractical Jokers.”
Impractical Jokers will have eight seasons under its belt by April 2022.
Season 9 of Impractical Jokers will premiere when?
Out now! Season 9 of Impractical Jokers!
Impractical Jokers airs at what time?
On truTV, the show Impractical Jokers airs at 10:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. PT It’s also possible to determine the start times of Impractical Jokers in different time zones.
How many more seasons of Impractical Jokers will there be?
Another season has yet to be announced.
The first edition of Impractical Jokers was published in the year?
On Thursday, December 15, 2011, Impractical Jokers was released.
On truTV, TBS, and TNT, Impractical Jokers will premiere a special sneak peek episode before the season nine premiere.
Eric Andre joins the guys as their first celebrity guest without Joe Gatto in the preview episode.
First peek at new episodes from Impractical Jokers’ Brian “Q” Quinn, James “Murr” Murray, and Sal Vulcano, which will run on truTV, TBS, and TNT in the summer of 2015