ASHLAND Area residents will have the chance to play the game when “ The Price is Right Live ” comes to the Paramount Arts Center Thursday.
“The Price Is Right Live” is a hit interactive stage game show that gives eligible individuals the chance to win prizes, including appliances, vacations and cars. Classic games from television’s longest-running game show — from Plinko to Cliffhangers to The Big Wheel — are part of the stage show. Playing to near sold-out audiences for nearly nine years, “ The Price Is Right Live! ” has given away more than 10 million dollars in cash and prizes and sold more than 1.2 million tickets.
To have a chance to be selected to be a contestant, attendees must fill out a registration form and show your driver’s license before the event. Registration will be from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Paramount lobby. This process is managed by the show’s promoter and is a requirement to be able to have a chance at being a contestant.
Everyone with a ticket is required to register prior to being seated at 7:30.
Paramount representatives expect a sellout crowd.
For more information, call the PAC box office at (606) 324-0007.
‘ Come on Down ‘: The Price is Right Stage version of classic CBS game show returns to Star Plaza Theatre with three shows
TV host Marc Summers is a favorite show personality from game shows and Food Network. He will be at Star Plaza Theatre in Merrillville this month to host a live tour of “The Price Is Right – LIVE!”
LeBron James Prepping Game Show for NBC
Pairs of two will compete for cash, with no athletic skill required.
NBC is looking to an NBA star for its next game show.
The network is teaming with All-Star LeBron James for a game show in which everyday teams of two can compete for life-changing amounts of money.
James and his Springhill Productions banner are producing the untitled game show, which is in the pilot stage. The series is casting for teams of two — couples, sisters, fathers and sons, etc. — that will compete together for life-altering amounts of money.
Produced by James and Andrew Glassman and his Glassman Media (Average Joe, Three Wishes) shingle, the game show offers people a chance to dramatically change their lives.
The NBC game show marks James’ latest foray into TV. He’s also an executive producer on Starz’s Survivor’s Remorse, a comedy inspired by his life that will head into its second season this year.
Casting submissions can be sent to www.dreamchancetv.com.
CNN is launching a quiz game show.
As part of CNN’s quest to find all things that have gone missing — they have turned their gaze homeward and are looking for something very precious and valuable to them.
This, of course, is not a new development. CNN has been in a slide for a long time.
And who better to stop the bleeding than president of CNN Worldwide, Jeff Zucker, who single-handedly destroyed NBC and was given about $40 million dollars by Comcast to go as far away as possible, making him the lovechild of magazine-wrecker Tina Brown and HP-demolisher Carly Fiorina.
The problem Zucker discovered at CNN is quite simple: they are bad at news, but will they be good at game shows?
So we now can look forward to The CNN Quiz Game Show, hosted by Kathy Griffin’s New Year