Cash Cab, the trivia show that tantalized with the magnificent possibility you might get into a New York City cab late at night and discover an exciting televised surprise rather than a stranger’s vom, is returning to television.
As remake mania sweeps Hollywood, you might have thought that game shows were safe. I mean, sure, they can always be revived and updated—like Robot Wars—but remaking them into a completely different form, like a movie? Well, that’s just weird. And yet that’s what Nickelodeon is doing with its beloved ‘90s game show …
If the idea of another nerdy reality competition TV series fills you with dread... well, that’s kind of what the upcoming series Bruce Campbell’s Horrified is going for. The good news is, obviously, that the impossibly charismatic Bruce Campbell will be involved. The bad news is everything else.
You may think that Hollywood's zombie craze has reached its apex, but this clip from the gameshow Family Feud proves that we still have plenty of room for improvement in terms of zombie awareness. Because when someone is asked to "Name something you know about zombies," their answer should never, ever be this.
IBM's Jeopardy-crushing Watson has more than proven its ability to conquer game shows, but what now?
There is going to be a Pac-Man reality TV show. Think Wipeout with ghosts and giant cherries. We want in — I would seriously MURDER some ghosts.
On the wildly popular German game show Wetten, dass..? ("Wanna Bet...?"), this contestant had to recognize Stars Wars LEGO figurines using her mouth alone. Marvel at this bizarre Teutonic spectacle from a country far, far away!
Hey, Justin Timberlake here. Just checking to see if you senoritas are n*sync with my plans to bring sexy back to reality television. Next season, MTV's going to rock your body with a new reality game show called "The Phone," to be executive-produced by yours truly. Here's the premise: