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‘Celebrity Wheel of Fortune’ Season 4: Full List of Contestants – TVLine

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Ted Lasso‘s Brendan Hunt, ESPN’s Joe Buck, ’80s pop icon Debbie Gibson, Daily Show vet Roy Wood Jr. and Gomez Addams himself — AKA Wednesday‘s Luis Guzman — are among the boldfaced names headed for the spin-zone that is Celebrity Wheel of Fortune Season 4.
Premiering Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 9/8c on ABC, the starry primetime offshoot’s new 10-episode season will also feature Kel Mitchell (All That, Dancing With the Stars), Kim Fields (The Facts of Life, The Upshaws), magician Penn Jillette, Noah Mills (NCIS Hawai’i), Melissa Villasenor (Saturday Night Live), Danielle Pinnock (Ghosts), Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias (Mr. Iglesias), Tim Gunn (Making the Cut), Natasha Leggero (Chelsea Lately, Another Period), NFL Network’s Kyle Brandt, Roy Wood Jr (The Daily Show), NFL star-turned-sportscaster Marcellus Wiley and fellow former NFL stars Rashad Jennings and Jared Allen.

As per usual, the celebs are competing for a chance to win as much as $1 million for their favorite charity.
The new season arrives as host Pat Sajak gets ready to bow out of the Wheel franchise after four decades. It also comes as Sajak’s longtime partner in crime, Vanna White — whose current Wheel deal is up next summer — is engaged in very public contract negotiations with Sony Pictures Television.
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That’s more SAG-AFTRA folks willing to cross the WGA picket line than I would have guessed.
Possibly shot before the SAG strike? I believe there was a statement that Celeb Jeopardy was shot pre-strike, so likely this one was too.
A lot of people here are eager to cry “strike violation!” like some cool kid. Very performative imo.
Yes. There are some genres of programming that are exempt from the strike, including game shows. SAG-AFTRA has more details about it on their website.
They’re not violating the SAG-AFTRA strike rules, but they are crossing the WGA picket line, since Wheel is a WGA production.
It’s not prohibited, but they still aren’t standing in solidarity with the writers.
They were shot pre-strike and oh some of these people like Kyle Brandt works for nfl network
That’s actually a fairly interesting line-up.
Will they be recycling puzzles this season?!
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