CBS’ Pirate Master is currently filming in the Caribbean

The forthcoming pirate-themed CBS reality series is filming in the Caribbean, and its host is an Australian actor.

Cameron Daddo, who has appeared on CSI and other shows, “is in the Caribbean filming the reality TV series,” the Sydney Morning Herald reports. He “is expected to emerge as host of the series.”

The paper also describes the series, saying that “16 ‘pirates’ decipher a treasure map that leads them to a mysterious island. To recover the booty, they have to work together. Each week someone walks the plank, with the winner collecting $1 million.”

PSssst [Sydney Morning Herald]

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