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The idea of a banker at the other end of Noel Edmonds’ phone is a unique one.
So unique in fact that the whole essence of Deal or No Deal has been taken onto the online world.
Voted the UK’s best quiz show, The Chase is a household favorite. With a hilarious presenter delivering comedy along the way and the know-it-all Chasers providing brains and wit at the same time, the ITV show is a brilliantly entertaining hour of fun.
Drama and tension contrast superbly with greed and humor as four challengers try and escape one of four of Britain’s brightest quiz players.
With supermarkets often the bane of peoples’ lives, Supermarket Sweep turned on the fun element with contestants raiding the shelves against the clock as the host delivered fast quips and a whole lot of camp.
It was so popular that it recently made a comeback with former X Factor contestant-turned-presenter Rylan Clark-Neal hosting. Letting off steam in one of the most chaotic places was an inspired creation, and its initial running of eight years proved just that.
The Weakest Link’s strongest link was host Anne Robinson whose demeanour and speech frightened the life out of contestants who had to answer inventive quiz questions against the clock.
For some reason contestants were given white boards to write the name of the person who they felt was “the weakest link”. It was always good fun to see who voted for whom and then see the person voted off complain about every other contestant in the post-match interview.
Combining a specialist subject round with a general knowledge round, it’s a challenge that even the best slip up on.
The spotlight of the dreaded black, though enviously comfy, chair sat opposite Humphrys is enough to scare off any timid contestant. But then the questions start coming rapidly as darkness descends and the audience goes deathly quiet. It really is a true test of nerves and memory.
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