To be produced by Shine, it is based on a French format called Vendredi Tout est Permis Avec Arthur and sees teams of personalities competing in parlour games, culminating in a scene with a set built on a steep angle.
The show has already been adapted in Portugal with plans for versions in China, Canada, Lebanon and Denmark.
Seven is hoping it might be their next Thank God You’re Here.
“It’s going to be big, noisy, and lots of fun for everyone” says Seven.
The show is set to air this year and tickets for the Melbourne shoots are already available.