Bravo announced the pilot pick-up of Paycheck, a game that challenges the cultural bias of first impressions and snap judgments. Based on a new UK format from IDTV, seven players must guess each other's salaries, based on questions about pop culture, observations about their opponents, surprising and revealing "factoids" about each player, and good old-fashioned intuition. The player who matches all six opponents to their correct salaries can win up to $25,000.
Picture This Television, the producers behind the Emmy-nominated Bravo series Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List and Celebrity Poker Showdown, will produce the pilot, with Bryan Scott and Marcia Mule serving as executive producers. Interested contestants can email [email protected] for more information.
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