Revival of the classic game show, hosted by Michael Strahan. With the help of their game partners, contestants paired with celebrities must guess words or phrases that appear on the show's pyramid-shaped gameboard to win money.
Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning up to $1 million. Whoever wins the most $ gets to play the final round against Shazam - the show's computer. Actor Jamie Foxx and his daughter Corinne as DJ host the show.
A look at the Miami-Dade County Corrections and Rehabilitation Boot Camp Program, which allows young inmates undergo a strict 4 month course in order to learn from their past mistakes and make a better future for themselves.
Humorous panel game-show that features two contestants attempting to match the "puntastic" answers of six celebrities in a game of fill-in-the-blank. Hosted by the snarky Hollywood legend Alec Baldwin.
Three contestants claim to be a person with an unusual distinction or occupation; one is telling the truth, and the other two are impostors. Four panelists ask them questions in hopes of identifying which contestant is telling the truth.
The drop distance on Sudden Drop, the game before the Know or Go prize round, is actually quite short. Contestants are on a 30 foot high platform, where they are dropped through a trap door if they answer a question incorrectly. You can see Contestants through a glass panel as they start to drop, but they are then hidden behind a colored tube for the rest of their decent. The truth is that they land into a foam pit shortly below the view of the glass panel and a shadow is projected on the colored tube to make it appear as though it is a much longer drop than it actually is, about 10 feet. You'll notice they say the contestants fall from a 30 foot platform, which is true but are then careful to not say they fall 30 feet. See more »
Watched the premier of this and thought it was amusing. When the real season started, we tuned in again, but this time couldn't get through 10 minutes. Why - because the contestants were so obviously overplaying their enthusiasm and excitement that it was too annoying to sit through. Granted, we aren't really game show watchers, but have tuned into Jane Lynch's game show from time to time and enjoyed it, so thought this would be similarly enjoyed. We were wrong. Ellen lost us at the first bout of incessant squealing from the contestants.
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