Meet The Challenge
Teams compete to build ingenious machines out of everyday objects in TV's most leftfield engineering show.
Name That Tune is the British version of the American television game show that put two contestants against each other to test their knowledge of songs. It first premiered 7 April 1976 as a 15-minute slot on the popular entertainment series London Night Out and was turn into a half-hour weekly series in 1983. The first series were hosted by Tom O'Connor. In 1997, the game shoe was revived for two series on Channel 5 with Jools Holland as the host.
The Million Second Quiz is an American television game show produced by All3Media America. It commenced broadcasting on NBC on September 9, 2013. The show follows a group of contestants who compete for up to $2 million in a quiz competition across 1,000,000 seconds. NBC aired one-hour segments each day, while the rest of the show was viewable from within the Million Second Quiz app and on NBC.com. It is executive produced by Stephen Lambert, Eli Holzman and David Hurwitz. Ryan Seacrest hosted the first season.
The winner of the first season, Andrew Kravis, totaled $2.6 million which is the highest grand prize in game show history.
From roots in the Deep South to the slums of New Jersey, "Who Do You Think You Are?" follows the journeys of some of the most well-known names in American popular culture. Watch as celebrities discover unknown details about themselves and their families while researching their ancestry with the help of historians and genealogical experts.
Adam Hills, one of Australia's favourite comedians and winner of Edinburgh's Best of the Fest award, is joined by two team captains, comedian and actor Alan Brough and radio breakfast announcer Myf Warhurst, as well as brave personalities who enjoy having long forgotten embarrassing stories laughed about on national television.
Two teams go head to head as they sing, shout and delve deep into the recesses of their collective minds to help earn their team an extremely inglorious victory.
Queen for a Day was an American radio and television game show that helped to usher in American listeners' and viewers' fascination with big-prize giveaway shows. Queen for a Day originated on the Mutual Radio Network on April 30, 1945 in New York City before moving to Los Angeles a few months later, and running until 1957. The show then ran on NBC Television from 1956 to 1964.
The series is considered a forerunner of modern-day "reality television". The show became popular enough that NBC increased its running time from 30 to 45 minutes to sell more commercials, at a then-premium rate of $4,000 per minute.
Public figures take a trip to the place where their most quaint and colourful ancestors lived. They meet historians, genealogists, archivists, museum conservationists and other guardians of history who help them relive their remarkable ancestors.
A heart-racing quiz show where three competitors must pit their wits and face off against the Chaser, a ruthless quiz genius determined to stop them from winning cash prizes. Each episode is a fast-paced battle of brainpower, where contestants are challenged to think faster than they ever thought possible to answer up to 166 questions across all topics.
The series featured former The Young Ones stars Nigel Planer, Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson as its three title characters respectively. It was written by Ben Elton with additional material credited to Mayall. One series of six half-hour episodes was produced. (The notion of a second series is played upon in the final episode, and the continuity announcer on the last instalment says "...and Filthy Rich and Catflap will return next year." They didn't.)
You Bet Your Life is an American quiz show that aired on both radio and television. The original and best-known version was hosted by Groucho Marx of the Marx Brothers, with announcer and assistant George Fenneman. The show debuted on ABC Radio in October 1947, then moved to CBS Radio in September 1949 before making the transition to NBC-TV in October 1950. Because of its simple format, it was possible to broadcast the show simultaneously on the radio and on television. In 1960, the show was renamed The Groucho Show and ran a further year. Most episodes are in the public domain.
The play of the game, however, was secondary to the interplay between Groucho, the contestants, and occasionally Fenneman. The program was rerun into the 1970s, and later in syndication as The Best of Groucho. As such, it was the first game show to have its reruns syndicated.
The bad boy of British cuisine, Marco-Pierre White brings us a brand new fierce and fiery knockout cooking competition with real bite. Marco will oversee celebrity cooks as they experience the heat, sweat and drama of a real working kitchen while vying to serve up the best dishes for their savvy paying customers. The only catch is that they are completely on thier own... Unlike Hell’s Kitchen, theres no team-work, no co-operation and no hand-holding from their mentor. The celebrities can buy Marco's time and help, but it'll cost them valuable points at the end. Great cooking won't be enough, as they will have to cope with the pressure of cooking incredible food, while playing a cool tactical game...but who will survive, and who will be burned?
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Hosted by Andrew Hansen and with the drama of a dance-off and the jeopardy of a successful soufflé, contestants tackle what for most people is their greatest fear: public speaking.
A fly-on-the-wall series showing Louis Theroux spending time with guest celebrities.
The Famous comedian and host Manish Paul is coming with his New Chat Show “Movie, Masti with Manish Paul”. The “Movie, Masti with Manish” is a game show where Bollywood Celebs come and play many entertaining games.
Chef David Chang takes his insatiable curiosity about food, culture and identity on the road, in the convivial company of fun-loving celebrity guests.
The taskmaster has invited five of Norway's best comedians to solve a number of tasks.