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About World’s Funniest Animals
World's Funniest Animals is a facilitated by Elizabeth Stanton ("Popstar This Week") who, along and her superstar about visitor board, sees was creatures doing the most clever things ever gotten on record.
Host Elizabeth Stanton and a celebrity guest panel look at animals doing the funniest things ever caught on video. The series includes viral internet clips of funny animal moments, hilarious animal clips from major motion pictures and popular TV series, animal outtakes that surprise the whole cast and crew, videos of babies and pets, as well as celebrities and their pets.
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Hosted by actor Dean Cain ("Supergirl," "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"), MASTERS OF ILLUSION returns for its ninth season on The CW showcasing great escapes, fascinating sleight of hand, and large scale illusions, all in front of a studio audience.
MASTERS OF ILLUSION is from Associated Television International with executive producers David McKenzie ("The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," "Marie"), Gay Blackstone ("The World Magic Awards" 2007-2009), David Martin ("The World Magic Awards" 2007-2009, "Marie"), and Al Schwartz ("The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," "The Golden Globe Awards" 2013 and 2014, "The Gulf is Back").
HGTV also will take a fresh look at the fascinating backstories of America's oldest homes. In Houses with History (wt), history buff Mike Lemieux, carpenter Rich Soares and designer Jen Macdonald will team up to save centuries-old properties in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Along the way, they will share the homes' origin and renovation stories.
Premieres on HGTV Wednesday, September 29, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.