CBS to get more “I Get That A Lot”

The hidden camera specials from Magic Molehill Productions and LMNO Productions feature celebrities working in everyday jobs, trying to convince customers that they aren't who they appear to be.
February 1, 2012

U.S. broadcast net CBS has ordered two more editions of hidden camera program I Get That A Lot.

In the previous specials, such celebrities as Snoop Dogg, Gene Simmons, Paris Hilton and Pamela Anderson have posed undercover, working everyday jobs and trying to convince bewildered customers that they aren’t the famous folk they appear to be. Its last broadcast, earlier this month, averaged 8.32 million viewers.

Participants for the upcoming specials have yet to be announced.

I Get That A Lot is produced by Magic Molehill Productions, Inc. in association with LMNO Entertainment. Eric Schotz is the executive producer, and Ed Horwitz is co-executive producer.

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