CBS Adds Two More 'I Get That A Lot' Specials (Exclusive)

The hidden camera specials have proven a valuable asset to the network, with its most recent offering collecting more than 8 million viewers.
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Pamela Anderson on "I Get That A Lot"

CBS is ready for more hidden camera gems.

The network has ordered two more editions of I Get That A Lot, a hidden camera special in which celebrities work in everyday jobs and attempt to convince customers that they aren't who they appear to be.

The network has aired four of the specials dating back to April 2009, with its Jan. 4 installment featuring Pauley Perrette, Pamela Anderson, Ty Pennington and Apolo Ohno averaging 8.32 million viewers.

Previous participants have included Paris Hilton, Snoop Dogg, Wayne Brady, Nick Jonas and Ice-T, among others. Participants and airdates for the newly ordered specials will be announced at a later date.

The order comes two months before MTV is set to revive Ashton Kutcher's hidden camera prank reality series Punk'd on March 19.

I Get That A Lot hails from Magic Molehill Productions in association with LMNO Entertainment. Eric Schotz exec produces, while Ed Horwitz serves as co-exec producer.

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