Courteney Cox and David Arquette Give CBS an ‘Identity Crisis’

Estranged couple sells game-show pilot based on board game

Courteney Cox and David Arquette may be experiencing a bumpy patch of road in their marriage, but they make a pretty good business team.

The currently separated "Scream 4" stars have sold a pilot to CBS for a game show entitled "Identity Crisis," TheWrap has confirmed with an individual familiar with the deal. Cox and Arquette will co-executive produce the project through their company, Coquette Productions.

The pilot, based on a board game, will revolve around teams of two who must guess the names of famous people. The pilot will be filmed this summer.

The pair have also collaborated via Coquette on the FX series "Dirt" and the ABC comedy "Cougar Town," both starring vehicles for Cox.

News of the deal was first published by the Hollywood Reporter.