YOUR HIDDEN TREASURES COULD MAKE YOU A FORTUNE IN CBC'S NEW REALITY SERIES, FOUR ROOMS, NOW CASTING!
May 21, 2013
Four rooms. Four buyers. Four chances to make the deal of a lifetime.
A cross-Canada search for sellers is now underway
Do you have a piece of art or memorabilia that could be worth big money? If so, you could make the deal of a lifetime on CBC's new reality show FOUR ROOMS.
CBC producers are on the hunt for Canadians looking to sell their family heirlooms and one-of-a-kind collections to four of Canada's top art, antique and memorabilia buyers. These shrewd negotiators will stop at nothing in their quest to purchase valuable, unusual or maybe even macabre items. They wheel and deal in four distinctive rooms, and are ready to spend serious money should the right items come through their doors.
From the producers of CBC's hit show Dragons' Den, FOUR ROOMS - a FremantleMedia Format - comes to CBC Television in January 2014. The rules are simple. Sellers with prized possessions choose to meet with one of four buyers. Upon entering the first buyer's room, if an offer is made, sellers are faced with a critical decision - take the deal or try their luck in the next room. But there's a catch: if sellers reject an offer, it disappears for good. There's no turning back.
The FOUR ROOMS
cross-Canada search for sellers is now underway. Apply online today at cbc.ca/fourrooms
and audition in a city near you. Go to cbc.ca/fourrooms
for more information.
LIVE FOUR ROOMS AUDITION SCHEDULE:
June 8 - Toronto
June 16 - Montreal
June 22 - Winnipeg
June 24 - Vancouver
June 26 - Victoria
June 29 - Calgary
July 3 - Halifax
July 6 - Toronto, North Hatley
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