Here is a short lived Improv Comedy show I have found memories of, only lasting 12 episodes + the pilot. Airing from fall 2004-2005 on WB and Comedy Central, this show was created by Drew Carey after Whose Line is it Anyway had finished its run and the show easily felt like a continuation as it featured several of the same games and cast. So, click "read more" and let us take a look back at this failed experiment.
Hosted by Drew Carey, roughly 4 or 5 games are played on each episode, often using suggestions from the live audience, and everything performed is made up on the spot. Hence, "improv comedy". The big twist about this show is that everything that is performed is animated by what Drew Carey claims to be "the best animators in the world".
The animation, while a more silly style, is very well made and even gives the illusion of depth or size changes from time to time.
The segments from each episode came from multiple filmings which, when noticed, can hurt the illusion that the show is meant to be live and made up on the spot. Evidence of this is when the cast have different clothes in-between games and in a more extreme case, Kathy Kinney vanishes in episode 6. She is introduced at the beginning of the episode, even partakes in a few games, but during the last game and goodbye segment, gone without explanation. This is probably the biggest fault of this show. I understand why it is done, for the sake of better quality. However, the low effort into the illusion can turn some audience members off.
Whether you are a fan of improv comedy or not, the odds are you probably have not seen a show take this approach to it. I would say it is worth watching at least one episode simply to appreciate the effort that went into creating this show.