[03/01/23 - 11:31 AM] TMZ to Launch All-New Game Show Series "Who the Bleep Is That?" Premiering Monday, March 6 The half-hour game show, hosted by comedian Jeff Dye, has contestants and their celebrity knowledge put to the ultimate test as they uncover images focusing on TV, music, sports, politics, historical figures and social influencers.
[via press release from FOX]
TMZ TO LAUNCH ALL-NEW GAME SHOW SERIES "WHO THE BLEEP IS THAT?" PREMIERING MONDAY, MARCH 6
Comedian and Actor Jeff Dye Hosts the Series
Set to Debut in 12 Major Markets on FOX Stations
From the producers of TMZ comes an all-new game show, Who The Bleep Is That?, set to debut for a four-week run on FOX stations in 12 major markets - New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, D.C., San Francisco, Houston, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Detroit, Orlando and Milwaukee - beginning Monday, March 6.
Who The Bleep Is That? is a half-hour game show hosted by comedian Jeff Dye, where contestants will have their celebrity knowledge put to the ultimate test as they uncover images focusing on TV, music, sports, politics, historical figures and social influencers. Obscured images of celebrities are shown to contestants, and slowly become clear to reveal current photos, throwback photos, sketches, actors in movie roles, images of famous people in relationships, and more. The first contestant to buzz in and guess correctly wins the point, and after three rounds, the contestant with the most points get the chance to play for the grand prize of $5K.
Host Jeff Dye says, "Who The Bleep Is That? - finally, a game show that doesn't suck."
Who The Bleep Is That? is produced by TMZ Studios and executive-produced by Harvey Levin, Tom Ruff, Ryan Regan, Charles Latibeaudiere and Jess Fusco, with co-executive producer Susan Favre.
About Jeff Dye
Jeff Dye is a nationally touring comedian, actor, host, prankster and Bigfoot enthusiast. He starred in the comedy adventure series Better Late Than Never. This project followed the travels of Henry Winkler, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw and George Foreman, as Dye presents them with the adventure of a lifetime. Currently, he's on new episodes of I Can See Your Voice and The Masked Singer on FOX, and host of two different podcasts, Friendship Podcast and Wrestling with Freddie. Dye has performed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (twice), finished 3rd on Last Comic Standing and has his own Comedy Central Presents special. In previous years, he has starred on numerous TV projects, including Money from Strangers, Girl Code, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, as well as I Can Do That, a one-hour comedy variety series that puts six of America's brightest entertainers to the test, as they compete to showcase their talents with breathtaking and unique acts, featuring skills they didn't even know they had. Dye's album Live from Madison was a Top 10 album on the Billboard Comedy Charts, and his new album is Dumb is Gooder. Dye's passion is bringing love and positivity through laughter to everyone he encounters.
"TMZ" breaks the biggest stories in entertainment as only it can - with accuracy, irreverent humor and youthful energy. TMZ connects with the public across its broadcast and digital platforms by providing a fresh, unvarnished, and honest take on celebrities and their real lives. TMZ is the first national television show to launch as an extension of a successful website and now has multiple sites and shows, including TMZ Sports and TMZ Live. In addition to TV and Web, TMZ has an additional way for fans to interact with the franchise - "The TMZ Celebrity Tour." It's a show on wheels! The TMZ brand is the most trusted, the most talked about, and the highest quality entertainment news outlet in the world.
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