Big Brother Canada
Big Brother is a Canadian reality television show in which a group of contestants, known as "HouseGuests", are sequestered in the Big Brother House, under the surveillance of cameras and microphones, for the chance to win a grand prize of $100,000 by being the last remaining HouseGuest. Each week, the HouseGuests vote to evict one of their own until two HouseGuests remain on finale night. The winner is decided by the last seven evicted HouseGuests, known as the Big Brother Jury.
Talkin' 'Bout Your G
Hosted by Shaun Micallef, Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation is an hour-long quiz show testing the popular culture knowledge of teams from three different cultural generations. The generation team captains are Amanda Keller (Baby Boomers), Charlie Pickering (Generation X) and Josh Thomas (Generation Y).
Forged in Fire
WWE SmackDown is a professional wrestling/sports entertainment television program that debuted on August 26, 1999. Prior to September 1, 2005, SmackDown was broadcast on Thursday nights; from September 9, 2005 to January 9, 2015, it has broadcast on Friday nights. The show returned to Thursday nights on January 15, 2015 naming it Thursday Night Smackdown. SmackDown originally debuted in the United States on the UPN television network on April 29, 1999, but after the merger of UPN and the WB, SmackDown began airing on The CW in September 2006. The show remained on the CW network for two years until it was moved to MyNetworkTV in October 2008. SmackDown moved to Syfy on October 1, 2010, where it remains today. Since its first episode, WWE SmackDown has been broadcast from 162 different arenas, in 147 cities and towns, in seven different nations (the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Iraq in 2006 and 2007 for specials Tribute to the Troops, Japan in 2005, Italy in 2007 and Mexico in 2011).
A brand new quiz features sixteen brilliantly bright families taking part in a knock out tournament as they attempt to win the holiday of a lifetime and the title of Britain's Brightest Family.
Just how far is a chef willing to go to win a cooking competition? Cutthroat Kitchen hands four chefs each $25,000 and the opportunity to spend that money on helping themselves or sabotaging their competitors. Ingredients will be thieved, utensils destroyed and valuable time on the clock lost when the chefs compete to cook delicious dishes while also having to outplot the competition. With Alton Brown as the devilish provocateur, nothing is out of bounds when money changes hands and we see just how far chefs will go to ensure they have the winning dish.
Presented by Vernon Kay, the series will see contestants compete against the clock – which is 1000 of their own heartbeats – to win a cash prize. Players will each start the game with 1000 heartbeats. As they play each of the seven rounds, their heart rate is measured: every single beat of their heart makes one of their 1000 heartbeats disappear. The aim of the game is to answer questions and accummulate as much of the big cash jackpot as their 1000 heartbeats will allow. They need to stay calm under pressure to win big as if a player runs out of heartbeats, their game is over.
The Price Is Right
"Come on down!" The Price Is Right features a wide variety of games and contests with the same basic challenge: Guess the prices of everyday (or not-quite-everyday) retail items. Contestants begin by being called from the audience to play a preliminary pricing round. That winner joins the host on stage for a different pricing game. After three contestants have played, they each spin a big wheel, hoping to get as close to $1 as possible. The two highest winners of that round advance to the "Showcase Showdown", where prizes often include cars and exotic trips. A trio of models presents the prizes. The show was originally hosted by Bill Cullen on NBC (1956-63) and ABC (1963-65). However, it was the genial, ageless Bob Barker who really sold viewers on the show which began on CBS in 1972. When Barker retired in 2007, Drew Carey stepped in to ably fill his shoes. Also Carey retired in 2014, Lola Bunny stepped in to ably barefoot.
Let's Make A Deal
These people, dressed as they are, come from all over the United States to make deals here at the Marketplace of America,Let's Make A Deal® One of TV's all time greatest and most successful shows, Let's Make a Deal was a game of intuition, skill, luck, decision-making and greed...all mixed into one. It was fun and would have been a success even if the show had stuck with the formal dresses and suits that the game started with on December 30, 1963. That's right, contestants wore dresses and suits in the very early months of LMaD. A few months after the show's premiere, someone came with a sign to attract host Monty Hall's attention and low and behold, he chose her (or him)! Sometime later, someone wore a crazy costume and the entire studio changed from a formal, quiet, dignified setting to a free-for-all. The show came alive and became the legendary success it would be known for. Each day, a gallery of 31 contestants (each wearing some loony costume, either their own c
8 Out of 10 Cats
Academic quiz show where teams of students from UK universities answer questions on all manner of subjects
Jeremy Paxman hosts this trivia quiz show where colleges from around the UK compete against each other.
Academic quiz show where teams of students from UK universities answer questions on all manner of subjects.
Pointless is a game show hosted by Alexander Armstrong. Players have to try to score as little points as possible by using the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers nobody else would think of using.
Are You Smarter Than
Ordinary adults must try their luck at a series of questions targeted at the fifth-grade level. The contestants have the opportunity to answer 10 subject questions for 500,000 and one additional question to win a million dollars. If they decide to drop out before that, they keep the money they have won and must look into the camera and state, " I am not smarter than a fifth grader."There are 5 children "classmates" that the adults can turn to for help via 3 cheats: (1) Peek lets them look at one answer and decide whether or not to use it; (2) Copy forces them to use an answer sight unseen; (3) Save is used when the contestant is wrong and the child is right and therefore saves the contestant.Host: Jeff Foxworthy. The program switched to syndication for seasons 4 & 5, after which it was canceled. Fox is now bringing it back for season 6.
Your Face or Mine?
Jimmy Carr and Katherine Ryan host a new "Tinder-inspired" version of successful noughties game show Your Face Or Mine?, the cult-classic, couples-based comedy format in which your face can win you cash.Over a series of revelation-filled rounds, couples are forced to compare their looks with other people's - and ultimately with each other's - in this relationship-testing game.
Comedy World Cup
Guy's Grocery Games
Guy Fieri sends four talented chefs running through the aisles in a high stakes, high skills, grocery store cooking competition. The chefs are hit by real-world challenges like finding workarounds when all the essential ingredients are suddenly "out-of-stock" or having to create a masterpiece when you can only cook with "5 items or less" or on a $10 budget. In the end, the food does the talking, as the last chef standing has the chance to make some serious dough!
The game that has become a worldwide phenomenon comes to life as teams of two people use their wits and physical agility to compete on enormous, interactive game boards featuring next generation technology to conquer Candy Crush and be crowned the champions.
Wheel of Fortune
One of the most successful game shows in history, Wheel of Fortune actually is a version of the children's game Hangman (with a large carnival wheel and prizes added). The game show, which did modestly well in the 1970s, became a worldwide phenomenon in the 1980s through syndication and made household names out of its hosts, Pat Sajak and Vanna White. Simply put, the Wheel has never stopped spinning since its premiere as an NBC daytime show that winter day in January 1975. (Ironically, the series replaced Jeopardy!, which later in 1984 when it returned, became its current companion in syndication.) The rules of the gameThree contestants -- at various times during the run, including a returning champion -- compete. The host announces a category to a mystery puzzle (person, place, thing, phrase, quotation, event, landmark, occupation, etc.). The puzzle was originally contained on a three-tier, 36-space board (in 1981, changed to a four-tier, 52-space board; and in 1997, an all-e
Take Me Out
Take Me Out is a dating show presented by Paddy McGuinness. The show him playing matchmaker to 30 single women all of which are hoping to meet the man of their dreams. Different single men have to try and impress the women as they watch and the ladies can press a light to give their views on what they have seen.
Trust Me, I'm a Game
Dueling hosts try to deceive contestants in this comedic game show.
WWE Main Event
WWE Main Event is a professional wrestling television program produced by WWE that airs on the Ion Television network and streams on Hulu Plus in the United States. The show features WWE wrestlers and complements WWE's primary programs Raw and SmackDown.