The Kids In The Hall are back!
Members of the iconic comedy troupe Mark McKinney and Kevin McDonald were seen on the Toronto set of the Kids In The Hall reboot in Toronto on Tuesday.
The veteran comedians were not the only ones seen on set as they were also joined by newcomer to the sketch comedy show, Jay Baruchel.
Good times: Members of the iconic comedy troupe including Mark McKinney (pictured) were seen on the Toronto set of the Kids In The Hall reboot in Toronto on Tuesday
No doubt fans should ready themselves for hilarity as McKinney, 61, and McDonald, 60, donned rather humorous ensembles.
Baruchel, 39, was not in a funny outfit but no doubt will bring some solid comedy chops to the highly-anticipated series as he has starred in several beloved comedy films including 2013’s This Is The End and 2010’s She’s Out Of My League.
Not seen on set were series regulars Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, and Scott Thompson.
Interesting: No doubt fans should ready themselves for hilarity as McKinney, 61, and Kevin McDonald, 60, (pictured) donned rather humorous ensembles
New kid on the block: The veteran comedians were not the only ones seen on set as they were also joined by newcomer to the sketch comedy show, Jay Baruchel
Foley, 58, has been quite active in drumming up excitement for the reboot as he has been seen posting about the series in several social media posts throughout the past few months.
Foley shared a fabulous group shot of the comedic troupe late last month, announcing that ‘filming has begun’ on the 8-episode Amazon Original series revival order in Toronto.
The original beloved show ran for six seasons from 1988 until 1995.
Get ready: The long-awaited reboot of The Kids In The Hall has finally gone into production, as seen in various social media shares from comic actor frontman Dave Foley
The Kids In The Hall was an acclaimed sketch comedy featuring the Newsradio alum along with fellow actors Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson.
The show was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards toward the end of its run in the mid-90s.