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  • "The Rich List" Gets a Host
    Thursday, August 31, 2006
    We've been reporting about "The Rich List" for a while, but FOX has finally announced some information. The host will be UK presenter Eamonn Holmes, famous for "Sudo-Q" and "Jet Set". On "The Rich List", random contestants are thrown together on teams and must defeat their opponents by filling in missing answers on a certain list. The lists can be pop culture as previously stated, or could be general trivia, such as naming states with a coast line. If a team can't name as many as they believed they could, the other team wins. That winning team plays round two, where each right answer earns them money, up to $250,000. There is also no limit to how many games you can win. This game is being made by 12 Yard Productions.
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
    1 Comments:
    • Permalink, Anonymous f.u. bigots said…

      Great. Another show where the Brits take all of "our" money AND jobs and run home to London. When America was the king of the game shows, I don't remember "us" forcing "them" to use Marc Summers and Wink Martindale on their versions of Double Dare and Tic Tac Dough, respectively. Right?

       
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