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NBC Casting for “Hollywood Game Night”

Back in December NBC announced the eight-episode order of the new game show Hollywood Game Night.  Produced by actor Sean Hayes (Will & Grace), each show, based on Sean’s real life game nights, sees two regular contestants transported to an A-list celebrity game night. At the end of each show one of the two contestants will leave with a cash prize. The series will feature celebrities from the world of TV, movies, sports, and more.  The winner could leave with up to $25,000 and some great stories about partying with the A-list.

NBC is now casting for the first season of Hollywood Game Night.  If you’re a pop culture trivia whiz, the life of the party, and outgoing…and of course want a chance at $25,000 and to visit a celebrity party…you’ll want to apply.  You just need to be at least 21 years old.  For more information click here to email casting producers.  You need to send them your name, a photo, a contact number, and why you should be selected for this chance of a lifetime.  You can also call (818) 666-3606.  Check out the banner below for further specifics.  If you apply be sure to tell them BuzzerBlog sent you.

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8 responses to "NBC Casting for “Hollywood Game Night”"

  • Mark in Toronto says:

    $25,000 would’ve worked as a top prize for a primetime game show in 1983. However, this is 2013, and times have changed (hello, inflation). If you add another zero to that figure, it would make more sense.

    Top prize aside, I have high hopes for this show, and I hope it works out. Can’t wait to see it.

    • JK says:

      Either that, or the Prize is Low because they spent the budget on getting “A-List” celebrities to appear in the show….though who these “Celebrities” are remains to be seen, if they’re bankable enough, then MAYBE a $25K prize can be justified. But if it turns out to be a bunch of B & C-listers, there might be less of a reason to watch.

  • BG says:

    I’m okay with $25,000…adjusted for inflation it’s on par with the $10,000 that many shows offered 30 years ago. Even though a primetime show could maybe be a little higher ($50,000 at most), I’m tired of every show that comes down the pike offering six-figures or more.

  • Dave C says:

    Agreed with some of the reasoning…. the purpose of this show sounds more like a celebrity driven thing, vs. the actual prize being the draw.

  • Scott says:

    Sounds like it’ll be worse than Take It All.

    NBC should’ve just renewed Take It All, but axe the end-game. Then I’d be happy. :D

  • BillCullen1 says:

    Sounds like something decent. Do we have a host or premiere date?

  • James Greek says:

    I applied and they are going to skype interview me tomorrow!

  • Pat Kerley says:

    I am a super gargantuan glee fan. I am as straight as they come but Jane lynch makes me question that. I love the games that are on the show… It just looks like so much fun. Really hope the second season gets picked up.. Funniest show I’ve seen in a long time.. Come on .. Invite me for a drink… I’ll bring the cookies :)

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