'Celebrity Watch Party': Release date, trailer, guests and all you need to know about FOX's new show
Each episode will have a different celebrity watching a show and sharing their opinions and critical judgment of it
A glimpse into a star's life is always entertaining for a fan. FOX has cashed in on this sentiment to bring to the viewers 'Celebrity Watch Party'.
'Celebrity Watch Party' airs on FOX on May 7, 2020, at 8pm ET.
The Covid-19 crisis has hit hard and to be able to battle it efficiently, everyone has been practicing social distancing that is meant to flatten the curve. Using this opportunity, the channel has collaborated with celebrities who would be recording videos of themselves binge-watching popular shows and reacting to them. They will use their laptops, cameras and mobile phones to do so.
Each episode will have a different celebrity watching a show and sharing their responses, opinions and critical judgment of it. They will also share their take on any significant event that has occurred during the week.
What makes it special is they will be recording out of their own living rooms, which gives the viewers a glimpse into the stars' lives.
The guest line-up is impressive and will make for good TV, for sure. '9-1-1: Lone Star' actor Rob Lowe, Grammy Award-winning singer Meghan Trainor, sportscaster Joe Buck and his wife Michelle Beisner-Buck, Raven-Symone, Master P, Romeo Miller and JoJo Siwa are some of the names who will appear in the episodes.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, reality TV personality Curtis Stone, businessman Robert Herjavec, ballroom dancer of 'Dancing with the Stars' fame Kym Herjavec and Ozzy, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, will be a part of the show as well.
Based on Stephen Lambert’s British reality show 'Gogglebox,' the 'Celebrity Watch Party' is being executive produced by Becca Walker, Jack Burgess, Mike Cotton, Tania Alexander, Tim Harcourt and Stephen Lambert.
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