The late 1980s game show Win, Lose or Draw is back on the Disney Channel. Co-created by Burt Reynolds, the show included sketching and yelling all while teams were competing for a grand prize. Justin Willman (Cupcake Wars) will host the revival, in which two teams — each comprised of two kid contestants and a Disney star compete in a game of drawing skills and wit. The show will start production in July and premiere later this year.This being the new century Disney has announced that they will be adding interactive multi-touch screens, graphic technology and some comedic physical challenges. This is your chance to audition for Win, Lose or Draw because the casting directors at Disney are now taking applications for contestants of all ages to be int he popular game show. Do not miss out your chance to audition apply now. Produced by the producer of Deal or No Deal, Win, Draw or lose will premiere later this year on Disney Channel. Each show will feature two teams each composed of two kid contestants and a Disney star, competing in a battle of drawing skills, creativity and wits to win prizes. Win, Lose or Draw will bring back the game show genre to the Disney Chanel, which hasn’t regularly aired game shows in at least 10 years. In the late 1990s, Disney Channel ran game shows such as Off the Wall, Mad Libs and Z Games, but more recently has focused on scripted fare.
“We’re eager to introduce a generation of kids and families to a 21st century version of the popular Win, Lose or Draw, and are confident its creative game play plus its incorporation of physical comedy will complement our programming line-up,” Adam Bonnett, senior VP, original programming, Disney Channel, said in a statement.
The casting directors at Disney channel are now taking submissions for male and female contestants of all ages. If you are a fan of the 80’s show or someone that just wants to be a on a Disney channel television show than they want to hear from you. Anyone that is interested in auditioning for Win, Lose or Draw please submit several recent photos and contact information. Please keep checking back for more information on casting dates, locations and times and as always let us know what you think about Disney and their leap back into the Game show genre.