Wikipedia states that
It is now not uncommon to hear that Ordinary Language philosophy is no longer an active force. Wittgenstein is perhaps the only one among the major figures of linguistic philosophy to retain anything like the reputation he had at that time.
Are there any new philosophical theories which are taking ordinary language into account? Maybe some of them based on Wittgenstein's theory? Maybe some of them which are challenging it? Or is Ordinary Language philosophy is dead and there are no new theories and only old are simply used in other areas?