Series premieres on Nov 1st on CMT
CMT has unveiled that its new game show series, CMT’s Nashville Squares, will kick off with a two episode premiere on Friday, November 1st at 8 pm ET. Hosted by comedian Bob Saget, the all new series puts a country music twist on the classic game show Hollywood Squares, following in the footsteps of hit series VH1’s Hip Hop Squares, by staying true to the beloved tic-tac-toe format and infusing it with some of the most influential and charismatic personalities in country music, pop culture, entertainment, sports, fashion, comedy and more.
Celebrity contestants and squares include Bill Engvall, Caroline Rhea, Carson Cressley, Chris Sullivan, Deana Carter, Devin Dawson, Fortune Feimster, Gary Busey, Jana Kramer & Mike Caussin, Jimmie Allen, Kenya Moore, Kyle Busch, Mark Ballas & BC Jean, Marie Osmond, Melissa Peterman, Mickey Guyton, Mitchell Tenpenny, Sara Evans, Tanya Tucker, and Ty Pennington. CMT Nashville Squares will feature exciting musical moments, fun and unpredictable competition, dance choreography from the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: All Stars, and much more.
Additional celebrity guests this season include Adam Richman, Catherine Bach, Cheslie Kryst, Curtis Rempel & Brad Rempel, Dusty Slay, Hayley Orrantia, High Valley, Jon Reep, Josef Newgarden, Thompson Square, Leah Turner, Lindsay Czarniak, Loni Love, Presley Tucker, Sara Tiana, Tom Wopat and WWE professional wrestler, Mickie James.
CMT’s Nashville Squares is executive produced by Jesse Collins and Dionne Harmon from Jesse Collins Entertainment (also VH1’s Hip Hop Squares). Neal Konstantini serves as executive producer/show runner. The series is directed by Ivan Dudynsky. Candida Boyette-Clemons and Trevor Rose are executive producers for CMT with Leslie Fram as executive-in-charge of music. The format is licensed from CBS Television Distribution.
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