A game show where stars compete at Texas Hold 'em to win a cash prize of 6000 Euros. They don't use playing cards, but they guess a question's answer, then bet according to the hints given per round.
Edu and Fih, from Diva Depressão, have the help of Lorelay Fox, Renata Santti, Nátaly Neri and some other special guests in the search for Brazil's Next Great Blogger.
Korean webtoon writers Lee Mal-nyeon and Ju Ho-min play a picture quiz with street citizens.
The variety show features the cast of Hospital Playlist going on a two-days-and-one-night camping trip together.
One of Britain’s most iconic and ground- breaking television quiz shows has been brought bang up-to-date for today’s viewers – and this time the challenges are even tougher.
Battle Dome was a syndicated American television series that aired from September 1999 to April 2001. It combined elements of American Gladiators - inspired athletic competition with scripted antics more reminiscent of professional wrestling. Recurring character-athletes known as "Warriors" competed against weekly contestants in a variety of physically demanding events. The series was filmed at the Los Angeles Sports Arena and produced by Columbia TriStar Television.
The entire first and second season of Battle Dome is available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video.
A legendary combination of six out-of-control guys go on a special romantic and hectic school trip.
Whatever You Want
The Superior Sex was a Canadian game show television series which aired on CBC Television in 1961.
Whodunnit? is a murder mystery reality competition television series broadcast on ABC. The series premiered on June 23, 2013, and concluded its first season on August 18, 2013.
The series is hosted by Gildart Jackson, who plays the mansion's butler, Giles.
Gladiators is a British television entertainment series, produced by LWT for ITV, and broadcast between 10 October 1992 and 1 January 2000. It is an adaptation of the American format American Gladiators. The success of the British series spawned further adaptations in Australia and Sweden. The series was revived in 2008, before again being cancelled in 2009. The series was originally presented by John Fashanu and Ulrika Jonsson, however, Fashanu was replaced by Jeremy Guscott in 1997. Guscott left the series in 1998, and subsequently, Fashanu returned for the final series in 1999. The series was refereed by John Anderson and the timekeepers over the show's run were Andrew Norgate, Derek Redmond and Eugene Gilkes. John Sachs was the show's commentator, and the series was accompanied by its own group of cheerleaders, known as G-Force. Despite being made by London Weekend Television, all episodes of Gladiators, International Gladiators, the second series of The Ashes and the first series of The Springbok Challenge were recorded at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham. The first series of The Ashes and the second series of the The Springbok Challenge, however, were filmed on the sets of the Australian and South African versions of the shows respectively. The series also spawned a version for children, entitled Gladiators: Train 2 Win, which was broadcast on CITV between 1995 and 1998.
Alles is Muziek
A special event spun off from MTV's long-running reality game show, The Challenge. In the six-week event, ten Challenge greats will compete against ten professional athletes.
Sue Perkins hosts as the country's brightest spellers aged between nine and 13 compete in a series of word-related games and challenges, displaying a combination of speed, skill and brains to deconstruct words many have never even heard of, let alone spelled, before. Comedian Joe Lycett reports from backstage, where the youngster and their parents are making last-minute preparations, while newsreader Moira Stuart officiates as the show's pronouncer
The Bank Job is a British television game show broadcast live on Channel 4, hosted by George Lamb. It was first broadcast on 2 January 2012 and ended on 17 March 2012.
Dara Ó Briain hosts the high jeopardy quiz show where winning £1,000,000 is all about holding onto those six zeros... how risky would you be?
Jason Manford hosts a game show with just one golden rule – don't come first or last in any game, otherwise you're out!
A Philippine musical game show touted as the "first community singing game show" where no one will be left empty-handed. Wherein features several community groups, which consists of 50 individuals, where they are asked to complete a line of a song in order for them to receive cash prizes, and a chance to share a winning jackpot of ₱1,000,000.
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