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Deal or No Deal

7 Seasons
Noel Edmonds presents the hit game show in which any one of 22 players could win up to £250,000. There are 22 sealed boxes, but only one question: deal - or no deal?
2020 Game Show

On the Spot

6 Seasons
Every day people are presented with trivia questions that they should probably know the answers to.
2012 TVG Reality, Comedy, Talk & Interview, Game Show

Whammy! The All-New Press Your Luck

1 Season
Whammy! is an American television game show that aired new episodes on Game Show Network from April 15, 2002 to December 5, 2003. The program is updated version of Press Your Luck, which originally aired on CBS from 1983–86. Reruns of Whammy! have aired since production of new episodes stopped in 2003, and the program currently airs in reruns on GSN weekend mornings at 9:30am Eastern/8:30am Central. The series was taped at Tribune Studios and was hosted by Todd Newton, with Gary Kroeger announcing.
2020 TVG Family, Comedy, Game Show, Other

Hip Hop Squares

3 Seasons
Hip Hop Squares is an American television game show hosted by New York radio personality Peter Rosenberg, which debuted on MTV2 on May 22, 2012. The show's format is similar to Hollywood Squares, but with a more "urban" theme. The show is taped in Brooklyn, New York.
2017 TV14 Game Show, Other

Common Knowledge

3 Seasons
Joey Fatone hosts as teams of three compete to answer practical, everyday questions that everyone should know.
2019 TVPG Talk & Interview, Game Show

Tattletales

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

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