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Draw Something television game show is really happening


11:15 AM on 04.11.2013
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Remember when we told you how Zynga was working on turning their popular drawing mobile game into a television game show? That's actually happening now, but not for CBS as we originally heard. Word is that they've decided not to commission a full series. They didn't want to pull a Zynga [zing-a!].  

Instead, the Draw Something game show is coming to Channel 4 in the UK. The Independent says that contestants will be recruited through the iPhone and Android game apps, and will be partnered with celebrities for the game show. Two teams will sketch to compete for gold coins. The celebs that guess five sketches will win money for their contestant. 

 

 






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