The Punk'd-like hidden-camera game show -- a British import from Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg's Katalyst Films -- will follow contestants as they go about their daily life in the city before being prompted via an earpiece by Rogan, who will instruct them to "perform crazy, outrageous and often embarrassing tasks" in public for the chance to win "big money." If they fail to perform one task, they'll go home empty-handed.
"It's actually very funny," Rogan told The Post. "But again, these are things I enjoy doing."
Another thing Rogan said he enjoys doing is working the stand-up circuit.
"I love creating new material. I love performing, working on bits, honing them and seeing them evolve and grow. I don't ever think of it as work," Rogan told The Post. "As a career and as far as what I'm known for, it's that other stuff, but it definitely enhances my comedy."