What to Watch After ‘Cherries Wild’
TV Series Like Cherries Wild
If you're looking for TV series similar to Cherries Wild, look no further than the best game-show shows on TV. Here we bring you a list of top similar shows to watch on FOX and other networks, all with the same taste!
About Cherries Wild
FOX Entertainment and Pepsi have uniquely collaborated on CHERRIES WILD, a first-of-its-kind primetime trivia game show premiering Sunday, Feb. 14 (7:00-7:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Created by Wes Kauble (BEAT SHAZAM, "Supermarket Sweep") and hosted by Jason Biggs ("American Pie," "Outmatched"), this fast-paced half-hour game show will feature two rounds of pop culture trivia gameplay - during which a team of two contestants will try and "Solve the Slots" in hopes of getting one step closer to winning the $250,000 jackpot. At the end of each episode, when they spin the reels on the enormous slot machine, contestants will attempt to capture all five Wild Cherries to win the ultimate prize.
Give it a 5 star rating below!
|Show Name||Cherries Wild|
Shows Like Cherries Wild
If you enjoyed watching Cherries Wild, you will also love watching those shows!
Hosted by Tony Award winner Jane Krakowski, with Grammy Award winner Randy Jackson serving as band leader, Season Two of the beloved musical game show NAME THAT TUNE premieres Tuesday, March 29 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT).
Created by Harry Salter, the one-hour game show tests contestants' music knowledge, as they battle it out in an assortment of challenging musical games for cash and prizes.
NAME THAT TUNE is produced by FOX Alternative Entertainment, Prestige Entertainment, and BiggerStage. On behalf of BiggerStage, Sean O'Riordan will serve as executive producer and Shane Byrne will serve as the series showrunner. Ralph Rubenstein and Noah Rubenstein are also executive producers.
Jean, an empty-nester mom, wonders how she ended up alone while her children live their best lives thousands of miles away. She decides her place is with her family, and as she reinserts herself into their lives, her kids realize they might actually need her more than they thought.
Hosted by comedian Craig Ferguson, each episode of "The Hustler" follows five contestants as they collaborate to answer a series of 10 trivia questions worth $10,000 each, with the goal of building a collective prize pot that increases with each correct answer. The catch? One of the five contestants, the Hustler, already knows the answers because every question is inspired by his/her life and interests but must keep their identity a secret in order to have a shot at winning the grand prize.
The American version of the show follows the same general format as the original United Kingdom version, but with teams of three contestants instead of four. The game is a quiz competition in which contestants attempt to win money by challenging a quiz show genius known as the chaser. Each contestant participates in an individual "chase" called the Cash Builder, in which they attempt to answer as many questions as possible in 60 seconds to earn as much money as possible to contribute to a prize fund for the team. The contestant must answer enough questions to stay ahead of the chaser on the gameboard; otherwise, they lose their winnings for that round. The contestants who successfully complete their individual chases without being caught advance to the Final Chase, in which they answer questions as a team playing for an equal share of the prize fund accumulated throughout the episode.
Rob Lowe hosts this mental obstacle course that sees contestants battling the boundaries of their minds to answer questions accurately with speed and precision. Not only does the course test their acumen in categories of knowledge, memory, puzzles and sequencing, but players must also contend with being physically transported around the set at high speeds in a specially designed capsule capable of rotating 360 degrees. People from all walks of life compete -- underdogs triumph -- in the game that anyone can play, but almost no one can win.
MENTAL SAMURAI, hosted by Rob Lowe (9-1-1: LONE STAR), will have a special two-hour Season Two premiere on Tuesday, May 25 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT), before making its time-period premiere on Tuesday, June 1 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT). The series is a combination of game show, sporting event and thrill ride, in which contestants mentally battle each other - and a ticking clock - as they attempt to stay focused and answer a wide variety of fun and interactive questions of knowledge, memory, puzzles and sequencing. All this while being whipped around the arena strapped into "Ava," a high-speed capsule and robotic arm capable of twisting and turning a full 360 degrees. A competition series that pushes every aspect of human intelligence and mental agility, MENTAL SAMURAI is the first-ever obstacle course...for the mind. MENTAL SAMURAI is produced by Warner Bros. Unscripted Television in association with Warner Horizon, A. Smith & Co. Productions and Apploff Entertainment. Arthur Smith, Mike Darnell, Jeff Apploff, Brooke Karzen and Noah Bonnett serve as executive producers. Rob Lowe serves as a producer.
Following their linear telecast, episodes of BEAT SHAZAM, LEGO MASTERS and MENTAL SAMURAI will be available on Tubi, FOX Entertainment's free streaming platform. Tubi features more than 30,000 movies and television shows from over 250 content partners, including nearly every major studio.
American Idol was based on the British show Pop Idol created by Simon Fuller, which was in turn inspired by the New Zealand television singing competition Popstars. Television producer Nigel Lythgoe saw a version in Australia and helped bring it over to Britain.
Host Ryan Seacrest returns for the 18th edition of the singing competition. Country music star Luke Bryan, music icon Lionel Richie and singer-songwriter Katy Perry return as judges, with famed multimedia personality Bobby Bones acting as the show's in-house mentor. The fun begins with the audition rounds, in which hopefuls from across the country try to wow the judges, who select the most impressive talent from each city. As the competition advances, it's up to the viewers at home to vote for their favorite vocalists in hopes of helping them make it to the next round. In the end, one singer wins the grand prize and is crowned the next "American Idol."