‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ Returns: Join Colin Mochrie in Our Google Hangout at 6:00 p.m. ET

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If your sense of humor came of age around the turn of the millennium odds are Whose Line Is It Anyway? helped shape it. The U.K.-imported improv comedy series hearkened back to the glory days of the “variety show” while paving the way for the byte-size laughs of our viral-video moment. And now, with a fresh batch of 10 new episodes, Whose Line Is It Anyway? is relaunching on The CW July 16.

So today, Hollywood.com is giving you a special sneak preview courtesy of a Google Hangout at 6:00 p.m. ET/3:00 p.m. PT with series star Colin Mochrie, that Canadian silver fox of comedy.

You can watch the live stream of the Hangout right here. Colin (@colinmochrie) will be taking your questions, moderated by Hollywood.com host Christian Blauvelt (@Ctblauvelt) and talking about what to expect from Whose Line Is It Anyway?’s new run. If you have something you’re itching to ask him, tweet using the hashtag #hollywoodhangout. See you then!

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Editor/Interactive Content Director Christian Blauvelt is Hollywood.com’s expert for all things geek. Can’t tell the difference between a Kowakian monkey lizard and a Krayt dragon? Don’t know whether to order a raktajino or a Romulan Ale from your Ferengi barman? He’s your geek! This knowledge was acquired over many years of rigorous training during his youth on the swamp planet St. Petersburg, FL. Think of him like Channing Tatum in Magic Mike but with entertainment journalism in place of the custom furniture ambitions and minus the washboard abs. A stint on the ice planet Hoth (Northwestern University) finally led to him coming to Coruscant (New York City), where he helps share his knowledge with you all. He will desperately try to avoid puns like, "Set phasers for phun!"