Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, last seen trying to milk her “Apprentice” fame for every second of its 15 minutes, and Kato Kaelin, last seen mocking his 15 minutes of notoriety in a commercial for the ’90s edition of Trivial Pursuit, are two of the semi-celebrities set to investigate on the second season of Court TV’s “House of Clues.”
Court TV has ordered six episodes for the new “Clues” season, which will begin on Nov. 8. Although it will still be hosted by personality profiler and clinical psychiatrist Reef Karim, “House of Clues” will get a bit of a celebrity twist in upcoming episodes.
On the show, contestants search a house and examine the available evidence to make guesses on what the residents do for a living and other potential questions. The houseowners choose the prizes won by the contestants.
In addition to Manigault-Stallworth and Kaelin, profiling teams will include Vinnie Politan and Kimberly Guilfoyle-Newson, both Court TV anchors.
“It’s a fun show; viewers love the voyeuristic aspect as well as being able to play along in unraveling the mystery,” Court TV’s Lynne Kirby tells The Hollywood Reporter. “And the genre is inherently appealing to younger viewers.”