• Jeopardy! (franchise) - Wikipedia

    The earliest board games based on Jeopardy! were produced by Milton Bradley, which produced thirteen such games throughout the course of the original Fleming version's run (issued annually from 1964 through 1976); these games were numbered 1–12 and 14, skipping 13. The Trebek version has also seen various board game adaptations of its own.

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  • Jeopardy!/Sets | Jeopardy! History Wiki | Fandom

    The contestant desks, backdrop, and game board resembled PCs from the technology era of the 1980s, but the game board still employed pull cards, which belied the more modern look of the rest of the game. Dollar values were the same as the 1978-79 run.

  • Jeopardy!/Game Board | Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    There have been several looks of the Jeopardy! board since 1964. From pull cards to flip cards to TV screens to one giant screen to individual TV screens again, the Jeopardy! board has always provided clues & dollars for unsuspecting contestants. Let's get down to the nitty gritty. 1 Art Fleming Era 1.1 1964-1975 1.2 1978-1979 2 1984-1991 2.1 1984-1985 2.2 1985-1991 2.3 Super Jeopardy! 3 1991 ...

  • Jeopardy! | British Game Show Wiki | Fandom

    Jeopardy! was a show with a backwards format where you have to provide the question to an answer. It was based on the American quiz show of the same name. 1 Gameplay 1.1 The First Two Rounds 1.1.1 Amounts 1.1.2 Daily Double 1.1.2.1 Special Daily Doubles 1.2 Final Jeopardy! Three contestants competed each show, all trying to win money by correctly phrasing answers in a form of a question. In ...

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    Fan Nickname: The 1991-96 set is called the "grid set" by fans, while the 1996-2002 set is called the "sushi bar". Game Breaker: Until 2003, Jeopardy! champions could win up to five games before being retired. Starting in the 2003-04 season, the producers instituted a "sky's the limit" rule, where champions could go on and on winning until ...

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    In Summer 1990, ABC aired a 13-episode tournament of champions titled Super Jeopardy!, which was paired with another one of Griffin's creations, a game show version of Monopoly. GSN also ran a children's version called Jep! from 1998 to 2000, and VH-1 created a rock music-themed version called Rock & Roll Jeopardy!, which aired from 1998 to 2001.

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    Jeopardy! is a daily syndicated trivia game show, created by Merv Griffin in 1964. The series ran on NBC from 1964 to 1975, and in syndication from 1974 to 1975 and 1978 to 1979, with all versions hosted by Art Fleming. The syndicated version was re-launched in 1984 with new host Alex Trebek, becoming a TV staple. Trebek remained with the show until his death in 2020. Beginning in 1992, the ...

  • The Mad Dash | Canadian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Dice Game – The player at the table would roll with two dice. If it resulted in two dollar symbols, the team would get $100 and another chance to roll. In addition, the player on the game board path moved the total number shown on the dice. Card Game – The roller would draw from an standard deck of playing cards. The dasher would move ...

  • Press Your Luck | Australian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Sans-serif typefaces were used for all wording and numbers featured on the Board.. The board consisted of 18 squares with the show's logo in the centre. On the board were thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, plus Whammies. The contents of every …

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    Sep 10, 2001· Title Host Network Aired Notes 50 blondinok Russian version of Beat the Blondes Алчность Alchnost. Alfred Koch Igor Jankowski Alexander Tsekalo

  • Concentration | Australian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Concentration is based on the U.S. format of the same name. 1 Gameplay 2 Photos 3 Merchandise 4 Music 5 Inventor 6 See Also 7 Youtube Links Two contestants try to match pairs of cards that were gradually removed from the board, slowly revealing elements of a rebus puzzle that one of the contestants had to solve to win prizes. In the 1997 series, the winner could win one of eight major …

  • Jeopardy! | Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    The game board now consists of a nearly seamless projection wall (a seamless projection wall was part of the show's traveling sets from 1997 until 2008 – a similar or perhaps the same one was used for Rock & Roll Jeopardy!

  • Gambit | Australian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Gambit was based on a U.S. format of the same name, where two married couples had to come close to make a 21 without going over. 1 Gameplay 1.1 Main game 1.2 Bonus Round: The Gambit Board 2 Images 3 Links The object of the game was that of …

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    Play money denominations are $50-$100-$200-$500-$1,000 (albeit as very generic "Game Show Money"; the same money was used in the concurrent Parker Bros adaptations of Jeopardy! and Hollywood Squares). There are also Free Spin tokens and Prize wedges, making this game the first board game …

  • Jeopardy! | Canadian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Jeopardy! was a French-language version of the game of answers & questions. This version of Jeopardy! ran for two years on the TVA network, from 1991 to 1993. It was hosted by Réal Giguère. 1 Gameplay 1.1 The First Two Rounds 1.1.1 Money Amounts 1.2 Mise du Jour 1.3 Jeopardy! Final 2 Other Pictures 3 Inventor Three contestants competed each show, all trying to win money by correctly …

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    Title Host Network Aired Notes 1 Contro 100 1 Against 100 Amadeus and Giovanna Civitillo Canale 5 May 7, 2007 – September 22, 2007 December 10, 2007 – January 13, 2008

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    Board Game/Game Show Episode Listing | The Rooster Teeth Wiki | Fandom. Games Movies TV Video. Wikis. ... Jeopardy week continues with the last of the contestants competing for the finals! Trevor March 22, 2019 ... The Rooster Teeth Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community.

  • Jeopardy! | Culture Wikia | Fandom

    Jeopardy! is an American television game show created by Merv Griffin.The show features a quiz competition in which contestants are presented with general knowledge clues in the form of answers, and must phrase their responses in the form of questions. The original daytime version debuted on NBC on March 30, 1964, and aired until January 3, 1975. A weekly nighttime syndicated edition aired ...

  • Jeopardy! | Best TV Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Jeopardy! is an American television game show created by Merv Griffin that debuted in 1983. The show features a board filled 6 categories and clue. The host will read out the answer and the contestant will respond in a form of a question. One of them have the Daily Double. There are 2 Daily Double in Double Jeopardy round! Jeopardy! champion, Ken Jennings will be the new host following the ...

  • Jeopardy! Timeline (syndicated version) | Jeopardy ...

    This is a timeline for the syndicated version of Jeopardy! hosted by Alex Trebek, which includes the two pilots. All versions hosted by Art Fleming are not included in the timeline. Due to the fact that Jeopardy! has been on the air for a long time, the timeline will be split, that way each season will have their own page. Pilots Jeopardy! Timeline (syndicated version)/Pilot 1 (1983) Jeopardy ...

  • Jeopardy! History Wiki | Fandom

    1 Welcome to the Jeopardy! History Wiki 2 Jeopardy! 3 Format 4 How to take part for Jeopardy! 5 Spin-off Shows 6 Annual Tournaments 7 Special Events 8 Special Tournaments 9 Setup 10 International Versions 11 Gallery A Wiki about the history of "America's #1 Favorite Game Show", Jeopardy! Since its creation in 1964, Jeopardy! has been used in everyday life situations among Americans, thus the ...

  • Jeopardy! | James Bennett Wiki | Fandom

    Jeopardy! is a Transmanian television game show mostly basic ofthe original US format created by Merv Griffin and produced by SET Organisation Television. The show features a quiz competition in which contestants are presented with general knowledge clues in the form of answers, and must phrase their responses in the form of questions. 1 Gameplay 1.1 First two rounds 1.2 Final Jeopardy! 1.3 ...

  • Game Show Network | Jeopardy! History Wiki | Fandom

    Game Show Network (also known as GSN) is an American cable network which launched at 7:00PM on December 1st, 1994. The network was originally dedicated to vintage game shows with some original programming. However, over the next few decades, most of the classic shows would be removed in favor of more recent shows and original programming. On March 15, 2004, the network started using …

  • Jeopardy!: 24.3 Credits (2007) | SuperLogos Wiki | Fandom

    Game Board Operator Michele Lee Hampton. Videotape Editor Kirk H. Morris. Post Production Keith Fernandes. Tracey Gwynn. Wardrobe Alan Mills. Make-Up Sandy Reimer. Lisa Pharren. Set Decorators Heather Lynne Rasniox. Heather DeCristo. Music Steve Kaplan. Taped at Sony Pictures Studios Culver City, California (C)2007 Jeopardy Productions, Inc ...

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  • Jeopardy! Timeline (syndicated version)/Season 1 - Fandom

    On the April 12, 1985 episode, Mike Day is the only contestant to play Final Jeopardy! in his fourth game, the first occurrence of a solo Final Jeopardy! in the syndicated history of the game show. Season 1 of Jeopardy! wraps up on June 7, 1985. Summer reruns …

  • Jeopardy! | Australian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Jeopardy! was an Australian game show based on the classic American format of the same name created by Merv Griffin. The original 1970s version based on the original 1964-1975 version aired Saturday evenings at 5:30 PM on the Seven Network, was hosted by Graham Webb and later by Mal Walden and Andrew Harwood involving students from various Australian schools and colleges as …