Now Casting: Win $25,000 on “Celebrity Name Game”
The eagerly-anticipated Celebrity Name Game is now casting. You and a friend can win up to $25,000 with the help of a celebrity and host Craig Ferguson.
Do you and a friend, family member, or acquaintance want a shot at winning big on the new Celebrity Name Game debuting in syndication this September? It’s your time to step on stage and win big.
Casting producers are looking for teams to compete on the Courtney Cox and David Arquette-produced game. Any duos work—mothers and daughters, mothers and fathers, exes, roommates, grandparents—the more unique, the better the shot you have at making an impression and getting selected.
Open casting calls are taking place in Los Angeles throughout the week with more to come. Interested? Click here to learn more and apply. I’d love to see a BuzzerBlog team. Always great seeing our readers on the air winning big.
Celebrity Name Game is based on the board game Identity Crisis. The game sees players try to guess the names of celebrities based on clues given by other teammates. The eventual winning team has a shot to win up to $25,000.
After a failed CBS pilot in 2011, Fremantle and Debmar-Mercury announced it was being shopped for syndication in October 2013. It was greenlit soon after. The series will be paired with Family Feud in many markets, which nearly guarantees the show attract some attention.
Looking forward to the show?