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gameshow

[ˈgeɪmˌʃəʊ] ngioco a premi (televisivo o radiofonico)
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"The gameshow cycle is back," says Harry Friedman, executive producer of "Wheel of Fortune" and "Jeopardy," both of which are still dominating TV syndication after more than 24 years.
Bullseye was a hit gameshow, starring Jim Bowen, between 1981 and 1995.
Who is the former Big Breakfast presenter coming out of a self imposed exile to present his own show on Radio 2In which English city is Hollyoaks based Using the missing words in these film titles come up with the name of the 2001 film starring Halle Berry and Billy Bob Thornton: ________ Inc, Dodge____: A True Underdog Story What links the comedies Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps and The Royle Family AnswersAnt And Dec pay homage to ITV's best gameshows in a special Gameshow Marathon on Saturday.
I sat this week watching Sky's new 'reality' TV gameshow Boot Camp with mixed feelings of fascination and loathing.
The star, who broke new ground by fronting a nude gameshow last year, will present his own version of well-known shows on the site (www.cheggersbed room.com).
The new prank, called The Midnight Gameshow, just one of many highlights coming up.
Fast-paced family gameshow in which competitors are challenged to make informed guesses at the answers to a series of brain-teasers.
Actress and comedian Brett Somers, who amused gameshow fans with her quips on the "Match Game" in the 1970s, died Sept.
ITV bosses resurrected the gameshow just nine months ago in a bid to recapture its glory days in the 1980s.
A total of 55% of men in a study by gameshow channel Challenge?
A NUNEATON mum looks set to make a career out of telling lies after duping contestants on the BBC1 gameshow The Other Half.
Troubled comic Michael Barrymore stunned guests at a gameshow awards ceremony last night with a bizarre and unintelligible rant.