Looking to try out for a game show? The classic game show “The $100,000 Pyramid” is back to TV.
The game show has a casting call out for contestants nationwide who would love to appear on the show and take a shot at winning the $100,000 at the top of that pyramid. The show made a TV comeback this past summer on ABC. The show pairs contestants with a celebrity teammate. During the game, one of the team members makes an attempt at guessing what the other is describing. Players attempt to guess a series of words or phrases based on descriptions given to them by their teammates. While the first season of the game show has already wrapped, producers are now accepting applications for future seasons.
Casting for the game show is going on now and those wanting to be contestants are asked to submit a video self-taped audition. See below for the details.
CASTING for ABC’s “The $100,000 Pyramid” hosted by Michael Strahan!
The show’s casting directors are currently searching for the nation’s most competitive, upbeat and dynamic personalities to play the classic game of Pyramid where you and a celebrity will team up in a quest to test your word association skills to win big money and prizes!
The latest version is being produced by Sony Pictures Television, hosted by Michael Strahan began it’s latest run on ABC in Summer 2016. The game show’s new host, Michael Straham is an ex professional football player who played for the NY Giants. Currently, Straham is a sports commentator and appears on Fox’s NFL Sunday and also appeared on ABC’s “Good Morning America” until this past year.
The show has setup an online audition process for folks wanting to take a shot. Those wanting to get cast as contestants on the “The $100,000 Pyramid“ may see this page for further information and the application process. You do need to be a resident of the US and at least 21 years of age in order to be considered for the show.