Ryan Seacrest has found his next project.
According to The NY Post, Nickelodeon has picked up 40 episodes of a half-hour game show executive-produced by the prolific TV host.
“Go Viral” (working title) will feature kid contestants competing in various elimination challenges revolving around funny viral videos — like predicting the videos’ outcome or guessing their popularity with the studio audience.
Production will begin in
Los Angeles next year for a premiere in
Nickelodeon was known for its game shows back in the 1990s with popular series like “Double Dare,” “Wild and Crazy Kids,” “GUTS,” “Legends of the Hidden
and “Figure It Out.”