[12/06/07 - 09:07 AM] FOX Hits a High Note with "Don't Forget the Lyrics!" The network has ordered 13 additional episodes of the musical game show.
[via press release from FOX]
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FOX HITS A HIGH NOTE WITH "DON'T FORGET THE LYRICS!"
GAME SHOW RENEWED FOR 13 ADDITIONAL EPISODES
FOX hits a high note with DON'T FORGET THE LYRICS! and orders 13 additional episodes of the musical game show. The series, hosted by Wayne Brady, cranks up the volume with all-new episodes Thursdays (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) and encore episodes airing Fridays (8:00- 9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
On DON'T FORGET THE LYRICS! contestants choose songs from different genres, decades and musical artists. They then take center stage to sing alongside the studio band as the lyrics are projected on screen, but suddenly the music stops and the words disappear. Will the contestants belt out the correct missing lyric or will they freeze under pressure? After each correct response, contestants must decide to "stay and play" or "take the money and run." If they sing nine songs correctly, they are presented with a No. 1 hit and one final missing lyric for the top prize of $1 million. It's that simple: 10 songs, 10 missing lyrics, 1 million dollars.
DON'T FORGET THE LYRICS! is produced by RDF USA and Brad Lachman Productions. Lachman, Jeff Apploff, Chris Coelen and Greg Goldman serve as executive producers and Bill Bracken and Michael Weinberg serve as co-executive producer. The show was created by Apploff.
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