Impractical Jokers Net Worth in 2020: $2.4 million
Background: Impractical Jokers is a hidden camera reality game show starring the four members of a comedy troupe called The Tenderloins, who collectively have a net worth of $2.4 million.
Impractical Jokers is a hidden camera reality game show that first aired on December 15, 2011. It stars the four members of a comedy group called the Tenderloins: Joseph "Joe" Gatto, James "Murr" Murray, Brian "Q" Quinn, and Salvatore "Sal" Vulcano. The members of The Tenderloins became friends while attending high school in Staten Island, New York. They formed The Tenderloins in 1999.
During a typical episode, each Joker is subjected to a dare, elements of which may be decided by the Jokers. In one instance, each Joker was required to gather signatures in Union Square for causes written by other members. Over the course of each dare, each Joker receives a thumbs up or a thumbs down for his performance. At the end of all the dares in one show, the Joker with the most thumbs downs is forced to do a punishment. In one show, the punishment was for a Joker to pose as a motivational speaker delivering ludicrous methods of work ethics.
The intro provides a description of the show as "scenes of graphic stupidity among four lifelong friends who compete to embarrass each other." The show's themes vary from witty dialogue to slapstick routines. An eighth season concluded in March 2020. The series was renewed for a 26-episode ninth season, which is expected to premier in 2020. A movie began production in April 2018 and was released in theaters in February 2020. International versions of the show include ones broadcast in the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium, Brazil, Lebanon, Mexico, Greece, French Canada, Sweden, Spain, Egypt, and Russia.