I Can Do That is an American reality competition comedy variety series created by Armoza Formats in which entertainers come together to compete and showcase their talents with unique acts, featuring skills they did not even know they had.
Comedian-actor-producer Marlon Wayans (Scary Movie franchise) serves as host.
Each week, in front of a live audience, the cast members enter a friendly rivalry as they choose their favourite act - what they think they can master - and who they would like to pair up with to master that act.
The acts span every variety of entertainment from song and dance to magic and danger. They also feature some of America's biggest-name performers in guest-starring roles.
With their acts selected, the duos make their way into the training studio, where they work with their expert coach for five days to produce an amazing act to perform on the next week's show.
After a week of intensive training, the celebrities return to the stage to perform their act in hopes of scoring the top slot on the night's scoreboard.
With no judges or eliminations, I Can Do That allows the cast to show off their untapped talents and enjoy a little friendly competition along the way. After weeks of exploring their own unique talent range, one cast member is revealed as the season's ultimate entertainer.
Alan Ritchson (actor and singer)
Cheryl Burke (dancer and choreographer on Dancing with the Stars)
Ciara (singer, dancer and actress)
Jeff Dye (stand-up comedian from Last Comic Standing 6)
Joe Jonas (actor and singer)
Nicole Scherzinger (singer, dancer and actress)
The series is a Universal Television production. Audrey Morrissey (The Voice) and Matilda Zoltowski (Dancing with the Stars) serve as executive producers. Rick Alvarez, Avi Armoza, Nehama Cohen, Elwin De Groot, Steve Harris and Marlon Wayans also executive produce.