- n. alternative spelling of quiz show.
“Last week she ordered three new ITV1 shows from the in-house production arm – gameshow High Stakes, quizshow Holding Out for a Hero and Born to Shine, a collaboration with Save the Children in which talented youngsters teach famous faces a new skill they must perform in a live show.”
“Programme-makers are looking at ways of freshening up the Chris Tarrant quizshow after a special live Christmas Eve edition was watched by 6.5 million viewers, its biggest audience for five years.”
“Though this doc, depicting a fake gameshow in which contestants were asked to administer electric shocks to a quizshow participant (an actor in on the "experiment"), created a media firestorm, "Game" came in third in the March 17 ratings for France Televisions.”
“Instant Cash is a unique and noisy format that combines elements of hidden camera, quizshow and stunt TV," said Cineflix CEO of programming Simon Lloyd.”
“The quizshow - called Masaka No Mystery - followed the misadventures of a honeymooning couple in London.”
“David Mitchell has criticised the BBC over its decision to block its newsreaders from appearing on the star's new comedy quizshow.”
“Noel Edmonds develops TV quizshow starring a monkey”
“Noel Edmonds is developing a quizshow that will feature a monkey.”
“In an echo of fictional TV character Alan Partridge's idea for a programme called Monkey Tennis, Edmonds 'idea is for a quizshow in which questions are asked but are chosen at random for contestants by a monkey picking up stones, filmed as pre-record.”
“Photograph: Stewart Kendall/Sportsphoto Ltd. Noel Edmonds is developing a quizshow format with the working title Beat the Monkey in which the master of ceremonies is a real monkey.”
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