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About Game On!

US version of the British game show ‘A League Of Their Own’ where two teams navigate rounds of sporting questions and physical challenges. The show is an American adaptation of the British series A League of Their Own. It is executive produced by James Corden, who has served as a host of the British version.

PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
· Bobby Lee as Comedian Panelist
· Ian Karmel as Comedian Panelist
· Keegan-Michael Key as Host
· Rob Gronkowski as Team Captain
· Venus Williams as Team Captain

CREW INFORMATION:
· Ben Winston as EP
· Danielle Lux as EP
· David Taylor as EP
· Elle Key as EP
· Emma Conway as EP
· Henry Penzi as EP
· James Corden as EP
· Keegan-Michael Key as EP
· Murray Boland as EP
· Rob Gronkowski as EP
· Venus Williams as EP

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NBC • 2020 • IMDb: 6.9

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Reboot of the popular early-2000s game show where contestants answer trivia questions, bank money and vote off other contestants. The hybrid game show sees contestants answer general knowledge questions to bank prize money across multiple rounds. At the end of each round, the contestants vote out who they perceive to be the “Weakest Link” remaining.

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The “Weakest Link,” NBC’s newest hit game show phenomenon hosted by Jane Lynch, has been renewed for a second season. The popular series is a British import based on the iconic quiz show format distributed by BBC Studios.

Production on the new season, set for 13 episodes, will begin later this year.

Lynch is a five-time Emmy Award and Gold Globe Award winner who received back-to-back Emmys for her role as host of NBC’s “Hollywood Game Night.” Her last Emmy win came in 2019 for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

“Weakest Link” is produced by BBC Studios in association with Universal Television Alternative Studio. Ryan O’Dowd serves as executive producer for BBC Studios. Stuart Krasnow, who executive produced the original NBC run, serves in the same role and is also showrunner. Lynch also executive produces.

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NBC • 2013 • IMDb: 7.2

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Executive producers: Sean Hayes, Todd Milliner, Michael Agbabian, Dwight D. Smith
Editors: Simon Laight, Mike Souza, Nathan Miles, Victor Gonzaga, Lisa Kearney, Billy Harnist

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The Titan Games

NBC • 2019

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Nat Geo • 2011 • IMDb: 8.2

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Food Network • 2013 • IMDb: 6.5

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