IT'S NO JOKE! CBS's HIT "I GET THAT A LOT," FEATURING POPULAR CELEBRITIES PRANKING EVERYDAY PEOPLE, RETURNS WITH A ONE-HOUR SPECIAL ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. 6
Featured Celebrities Include Julie Chen, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dogg, Rachael Ray, Gene Simmons and Tony Hawk
I GET THAT A LOT, featuring popular stars pulling pranks on everyday people, returns with a new one-hour special, to be broadcast Wednesday, Jan. 6 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
I GET THAT A LOT features celebrities tricking everyday citizens in a case of supposed "mistaken identity." Working ordinary jobs, these celebrities confuse customers who can't decide if it's the actual celebrity or an astonishing look-alike. As these celebrity jesters continue to deny their true identities, various reactions from their customers solicit exasperated and hilarious responses.
Celebrity participants include Julie Chen (CBS's THE EARLY SHOW, BIG BROTHER) working at a yogurt shop, Paris Hilton as a gas station employee, hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg as a parking lot attendant, Rachael Ray ("The Rachael Ray Show") working at a dry cleaner, Gene Simmons (legendary rocker of the band Kiss) as a psychic guru and skateboard sensation Tony Hawk working in a surf shop.
The original installment of I GET THAT A LOT debuted on April 1, 2009, and won its time slot (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) in households (6.3/10), viewers (10.35m), adults 25-54 (4.2/11), adults 18-49 (3.4/10) and adults 18-34 (2.3/08).
I GET THAT A LOT is produced by LMNO Entertainment. Eric Schotz is the executive producer. Ed Horwitz and Peter Cohen are co-executive producers.
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