truTV is aiming to expand its audience with six new series that will give a younger, dual-gender audience a fun experience. Among the new shows are: Fake-Off, ‘a Kabuki-inspired, pop-culture-themed talent competition series;’ Way Out West, ‘a reality western;’ How to Be a Grown Up, which seems pretty straightforward in its comic possibilities; Local News (working title), ‘a look at the playful rivalry between the news teams at two small town television stations;’ and Hair Jacked, ‘a new ambush game show that gives contestants the opportunity to win big money or go home with the cut of the day.’
The network has also ordered thirteen more episodes of The Carbanaro Effect after getting a great respons to the April 1 sneakpeek, which was a kind of Candid Camera with magic. As well, truTV will launch an Impractical Jokers spin-off, Jokers Wild! For more details, see the press release after the jump.