This is chronicling the 1996 proposed revival of What's My Line?
The show was to be produced in a joint venture between All-American Television and Miramax Films. This was to be Miramax's first foray into television production.
This version was described as "a new model" that would have blended the original features, such as having a celebrity panel question contestants in an effort to guess their occupation and also having the panel blindfolded to guess the identity of a famous person, with "contemporary special effects and interactive twists".
CBS reportedly committed to six episodes for its fall 1999 schedule, but according to Miramax TV president Billy Campbell, the deal crumbled because the network decided the show was too costly and ambitious.