I hope everyone had a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Today’s update article takes a look at some of the latest US and international game show news in 200 characters or less.
According to TV Guide, it seems that GSN will not air the second season premiere of Winsanity tonight after announcing its return late last month.
It looks like GSN is searching for contestants for second season of Snap Decision.
Cash Cab is set to return December 4 at 10:00pm ET on Discovery. The revival of the mobile trivia game show is hosted by Ben Bailey and features special celebrity guests to help the contestants.
ABC is set to debut the third season of Match Game on January 3 at 10:00pm and the premiere of Child Support on January 5 at 8:00pm. Child Support is hosted by Fred Savage and features Ricky Gervais.
BET has ordered a 12-episode season of the new game show Black Card Revoked. Based on the eponymous card game, the show is hosted by comedian Tony Rock and premieres January 10, 2018.
The November 22 episode of The Wall averaged 4.47 million viewers and an 0.8 Adult 18-49 rating. The show only suffered a -4% in total viewership since it last aired in August.
Frank Edoho will be the host of the Nigerian version of The Price Is Right. Edoho was the former host of the country’s version of Millionaire.
Robot Wars raps up its tenth series next week on December 3 at 8:00pm on BBC Two. The Grand Final opens with the chaotic Ten-Robot Rumble to determine who advances to the next round.
The Crystal Maze returns December 14 with a Stand Up To Cancer Christmas special featuring celebrities Mollie King, Ollie Locke, Tom Davis, Nicola Adams and Ellie Simmonds.
ITV has opted not to renew Don’t Ask Me Ask Britain for a second series. Hosted by Alexander Armstrong, the panel game show had two teams answer public polling questions on a myriad of subjects.
Seven Network’s The Chase Australia is searching for contestants to compete in its sixth series. Go to MyCastingNet for more information.
ABC’s weekly specialty quiz show Hard Quiz is looking for contestants to compete in the upcoming third series. You should check this show out if you haven’t already. It’s pretty damn great.
According to Telly Mix, Jeremy Clarkson is rumored to become the new host of a Who Wants To Be A Millionaire revival. Clarkson was the former host of Top Gear and current host of The Grand Tour.