HBO Max has given a first-season order to Fremantle’s comedy game show “Tattletales,” which will bring together celebrity couples to reveal insights about their relationships through challenges and games.
The series will be hosted and executive produced by New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, restaurateur, chef and founder of Sweet July Productions Ayesha Curry and her husband, seven-time NBA All-Star and co-founder of Unanimous Media Stephen Curry, with production partners Fremantle and Sweet July Productions.
“Tattletales” invites three celebrity couples to join Ayesha and Stephen on an exclusive date night to go head-to-head on uncensored relationship trivia and games, competing to see who knows their partner best. All’s fair in love and war, and as personality quirks and hidden talents are revealed, teams are pushed to their limits with physical challenges. Questions from viewers on the interactive fan question board put couples’ relationships to the test as they compete for a donation to the charity of their choice.
“We are so excited to be a part of bringing this awesome game show back to life,” Stephen Curry said in a statement. Ayesha Curry added in a statement, “Our families are huge fans of the original so to be able to host and produce this show together is such a joy. We’re both so busy with life that each episode will be an opportunity to hang out with some iconic power couples, have fun and let loose a bit.”
“Ayesha and Stephen put a fresh new spin on a classic game show to really shake things up for these competing couples,” Jennifer O’Connell, EVP of nonfiction and live-action family programming for HBO Max, said in a statement. “Celebrity couples, they’re just like us.”
“Fremantle is home to the world’s largest collection of cherished game show properties,” Jayson Dinsmore, president of alternative programming and development for Fremantle, said in a statement. “The dynamic Ayesha and Stephen Curry are the perfect duo to bring this hilarious exploration of the trials and tribulations of relationships back to television.”