Did L.C., Logan, or Pepper win ABC’s Claim to Fame? Season one ended with one challenge and two guess-offs that led one player to $100,000.
ABC’s celebrity relative guessing reality competition, on which the relatives of famous people try to keep their identities hidden. Kevin and Frankie Jonas host.
Whether ABC will order and air Claim to Fame season 2 is still a mystery—but between ratings and the casting application, there are some good signs.
Claim to Fame gave its final four a chance to verify clues in its penultimate episode, and sending us into tonight’s finale with a pretty clear idea of the remaining celebrity relatives.
A challenge that asked Claim to Fame’s celebrity relatives to identify other celebrities went hilariously awry for several of them, who lacked basic pop culture trivia knowledge.
Claim to Fame took away immunity but gave power to the challenge winners, which led to an alliance between two-thirds of the house, who decided they’d try to blindside another player.
Claim to Fame brought out a polygraph and poker table for its episode six challenge, but the truth was that it didn’t reveal much—though there was still drama in the house.
In Claim to Fame episode 5, “The Domfather Part II,” did Dominique get called out by her fellow players, or continue to play them? A game of telephone played a key role.