Nickelodeon has ordered 40 half-hour episodes of Go Viral, a studio game show that features kid contestants as they compete in elimination challenges revolving around viral videos. Each round will test kids on the videos – from predicting outcomes to guessing their popularity as voted by the studio audience. Go Viral will be produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions, with Seacrest and Adam Sher serving as executive producers. Production is slated to begin early next year in Los Angeles with a premiere set for Summer 2014.
Nickelodeon Orders Kids Game Show From Ryan Seacrest Prods
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