Set to premiere at 9:30 PM, the debut of the competition will conclude in another half hour airing July 12 at 8:30 PM. Future episodes will air in the same time slots. (All times ET.) Check your local listings.
Contestants, who will choose songs "different genres, decades and musical artists," will be challenged on their lyric knowledge by having to "keep singing when the music stops," according to show materials. Then, they can "Stay & Play" or "Take the Money & Run" for a chance at $1 million by completing the missing lyrics to ten songs.
Brady — known for bursting into song on "The Wayne Brady Show" and ABC's "Whose Line is it Anyway?" — served as host for another FOX musical show, "Celebrity Duets," last summer. The performer has also made guest appearances on television's "I'll Fly Away," "Home Court," "In the Heat of the Night," "Chappelle's Show" and "American Dreams." His stage credits include productions of A Chorus Line, Fences, I'm Not Rappaport, A Raisin in the Sun and Blade to the Heat. Brady made his Broadway debut as slick lawyer Billy Flynn in Chicago.
"Don't Forget The Lyrics!" is produced by RDF USA and Brad Lachman Productions. Executive producers are Lachman, show creator Jeff Apploff, Chris Coelen and Greg Goldman with Brian Veskosky as co-executive producer.
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