'Beath Shazam' Season 3 Episode 5 To Celebrate Father's Day With Daddy-Daughter Duos
Warning: This article contains spoilers for Beat Shazam Season 3 Episode 5, titled "Daddy-Daughter Time," that may spoil your enjoyment in discovering its plotlines. Read at your own risk.
Beat Shazam Season 3 Episode 5 will honor all the fathers as it will give them a special tribute on their special day. After featuring the duo of teachers, church servers, beauty queens, musicians, and more, "Daddy-Daughter Time" is about to feature family team up.
Beat Shazam Season 3 Episode 5's title itself says more about what is going to happen. There will be a set of father-daughter contenders that will try to compete with each other to win the jackpot.
With the show's continuous good ratings, it is no surprise Fox renews the game series for Season 3. The premiere episode hit the small screens on May 20, when a group of teachers battled to guess the song.
Of course, Jamie Foxx returns as Beat Shazam Season 3's host and executive producer. His daughter Corinne Foxx, on the other hand, plays as the show's resident deejay.
"Beat Shazam is a unique and interactive game show in which three teams of two races against the clock and each other, as they attempt to identify the biggest hit songs of all time," Fox's press release read, via Reality Wanted. "In the end, the team with the highest score will outlast the competition and go against Shazam, the world's most popular song identification app, for the chance to win up to one million dollars."
Television contenders are not the only ones who can hit the jackpot on Shazam Season 3 Episode 5. Viewers can also try their luck while sitting at the comfort of their own homes through "Beat Shazam's Webby Award-winning play-at-home game." It is exclusively available on the Shazam app, and players can try to win $10,000 cash prize every new episode.
Foxx continuously brings his star power to Shazam Season 3. In Fox president of alternative entertainment and specials Rob Wade's statement, per Distractify, he said the 51-year-old actor is a "one-of-a-kind entertainer" whose signature high energy and love of music can be felt in the show.
Foxx, on the other hand, said he was beyond excited knowing Beat Shazam was renewed for Season 3. He gave his heartfelt gratitude to the series creator Jeff Apploff, Mark Burnett, MGM, and all the people at Fox for believing on the show and giving them the chance to help change peoples' lives through music.
Beat Shazam Season 3 Episode 5, "Daddy-Daughter Time," will be out on Monday, June 17. Fans need to see who will win this time as the show celebrates Father's Day.