Fox Orders More 'World's Funniest Fails'

The Terry Crews-hosted comedy clip show has been a steady performer on Friday nights.
Joe Pugliese
Terry Crews

Fox wants more Fails. The network has added eight episodes to the current run of YouTube-inspired clip competition World's Funniest Fails.

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Hosted by Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Crews, the show has been a solid performer for the network on its frequently spotty Friday, averaging a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49 since its debut and performing especially well among young men and teens.

As the title implies, the series showcases the pratfalls and mishaps caught on video and curated by YouTube channel FailArmy. Crews and a panel of judges decide on the funniest clip at the end of each episode.

World's Funniest Fails, currently partnered with the final run of Glee, is produced by Dick Clark Productions and Jukin Media.