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  • Disney Develops "Run For the Money"
    Monday, August 28, 2006
    Disney announced today that they are developing a new game/competition show for US markets; a take on the Japanese game show "Run For the Money." In this high tech game of hide-and-seak, celebrities are basically on the run from a pack of menacing "hunters". The initial goal is primetime network, which means look out ABC. Gwynne Thomas, executive vice president of Buena Vista Productions, stated, "The current marketplace calls for shows that will be talked about, and 'Run for Money' makes a lot of noise. It is a huge spectacle in a high-energy environment with lots at stake."
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
    2 Comments:
    • Permalink, Anonymous David B said…

      Oh, here were go again. ABC spent $3million on a pilot version of Wanted (Catch Me If You Can, I think it was called). Then there was The Runner: http://www.sirlinksalot.net/runner.html. And now this.

       
    • Permalink, Blogger Jordan Hass said…

      going to fail, we've seen games like this in the past, i believe UPN's Manhunt was a prime example of Crap at it's best when it came to this, but it also happened with shows like "Surviving Nugent" and "Road Rules", and then there was the cornfield game on "The Mole".

      Nay ABC, NAY!

       
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