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The Amazing Race

1 Season
An entertaining around-the-world race for $1 million featuring 11 two-member teams.
72   Metascore
2001 TVPG Reality, Game Show, Action & Adventure


Tattletales is an American game show which first aired on the CBS daytime schedule on February 18, 1974. It was hosted by Bert Convy, with several announcers, including Jack Clark, Gene Wood, Johnny Olson and John Harlan, providing the voiceover at various times.The show's premise involved questions asked about celebrity couples' personal lives and was based on He Said, She Said, a syndicated Goodson-Todman show that aired during the 1969—1970 season.
1974 TVPG Comedy, Game Show

Press Your Luck

3 Seasons
Contestants collect spins by answering trivia questions and then use the spins on an 18-space game board to win cash and prizes. The person who amass the most in cash and prizes at the end of the game wins.
2018 TVG Family, Comedy, Game Show

Let's Make a Deal

15 Seasons
An update of the classic game show in which contestants wearing outrageous costumes make deals with the host to win money and prizes.
2009 TVPG Game Show, Other

What's My Line?

One of the classic game shows (and one of the simplest), and the first hit for producers Mark Goodson and Bill Todman ('I've Got a Secret,' 'To Tell the Truth'). The panelists had to guess contestants' odd or not-so-odd jobs, then (while blindfolded) guess a celebrity guest's identity (New York Yankee Phil Rizzuto was the first). After its 17-year CBS run, 'Line' aired for another seven in syndication. Panelist Arlene Francis stuck it out all 24 years.
1950 TVG Reality, Family, Comedy, Game Show, Other

Who Do You Trust?

Before his late-night reign, Johnny Carson emceed this witty daytime quiz show, his first teaming with longtime sidekick Ed McMahon. Originally titled 'Do You Trust Your Wife?' and hosted by Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, the series became 'Who Do You Trust?' after jumping networks from CBS to ABC. When Carson and McMahon joined 'The Tonight Show' in 1962, Woody Woodbury was hired to complete the run of the now grammatically correct---but nowhere near as entertaining---'Whom Do You Trust?'
1957 Game Show

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