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CBS Picks Up Ryan Seacrest-Produced Pilot Based on 'Draw Something'

June 16, 2012 (3:21 am) GMT
Adapted from the popular Zynga game, the show will see celebrities and everyday users playing in front of a studio audience to earn money.
CBS Picks Up Ryan Seacrest-Produced Pilot Based on 'Draw Something'

CBS is going to adapt Zynga game's "Draw Something" into a TV show. The network announced that it has acquired rights to produce a pilot based on the popular mobile game with , Michael Davies and Adam Sher serving as the executive producers.

On the unscripted show, "teams of celebrities and everyday users will test their skills in front of a studio audience to earn money and big laughs." According to the network, "viewers can also play along at home for a chance to win prizes and compete with the celebrities."

There's still no word on who will host the pilot and when the show will air. The "" host, Seacrest, is not expected to make an on-air appearance.

The web-based game itself, which is available for mobile and tablet play, sees competing players drawing a picture to convey a word for a fellow player to guess. Some games with similar format have been adapted into TV series in the past, including "Pictionary" and "Win, Lose or Draw".

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