Arizona native to appear on ‘Superhuman’ TV show
PHOENIX — A graduate of Gilbert High School and the University of Arizona will appear on the TV game show “Superhuman,” which premieres on Monday night on Fox at 8 p.m.
The East Valley Tribune identified the man as 22-year-old Kaden Taylor, a Gilbert native now living in Tucson. He’ll appear on “Superhuman,” a show hosted by Kal Penn — who famously starred in the “Harold & Kumar” movie franchise.
“Superhuman’s” webpage says the show “tests the abilities of ordinary people to use their extraordinary skills” like “memory, hearing, taste, touch, smell, sight and more.”
Taylor will reportedly go on the show to display his amazing ability for memorizing lots of information.
He said via the Tribune that the producers of “Superhuman” found him through his blog, The Everyday Deductionist, inspired by Sherlock Holmes.
“I’ve always been a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes,” Taylor told the Tribune. “One of my favorite things about the character is supposedly he never consulted his book related to his craft, which was solving crimes.”
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