Hosts: Jim Lange (1965-1980), Elaine Joyce (1986-1988), Jeff Mc Gregor (1988-1989), Brad Sherwood (1996-1997), Chuck Woolery (1997-2000) Years on TV: 1965-1980; 1986-1989, 1996-2000 The Dating Game is the original matchmaking game show (Take that, The Bachelor!
), starting in 1965 and running through 1980 with host Jim Lange, who introduced the show’s signature ending of blowing a kiss to the viewers.
But who didn’t love the courage of those contestants who could “name that tune in two notes” – for reals?
Hosts: Marc Summers, Bruce Jenner, Jason Harris Years on TV: 1986-1993 Nickelodeon kids’ channel featured plenty of slime and other messiness with the kids’ game show Double Dare.
The video of the recording session was released on You Tube on Friday and in the footage Sheeran appears to be awestruck and amazed as he listens to Bocelli sing his tune, retitled […] Mark Hamill asked Britain's Prince William and Harry to settle a debate about Luke Skywalker's royal status during their Star Wars: The Last Jedi set visit.
Hosts: Bob Eubanks (1966-2000), Jim Lange (1984), Paul Rodriguez (1988-1989), Gary Kroeger (1996-1997) Years on TV: 1966-2000 The Newlywed Game delivered some of the best TV game show memories in the history of the genre.
Originally hosted by Bob Eubanks, The Newlywed Game introduced audiences to “whoopee” as viewers learned about newly married couples’ sex lives in a test to see how well each knew the other. Hosts: Monty Hall (1963-1977; 1980-1981; 1984-1986; 1990-1991), Bob Hilton (1990), Billy Bush (2003) Years on TV: 1963-1977; 1980-1981; 1984-1986; 1990-1991; 2003 If you had to name one of the zaniest game shows, Let’s Make a Deal would definitely fit the bill.
The Dating Game saw a variety of hosts through the years but ended with the big cheese of game show hosts himself, Chuck Woolery.
Host: Ken Ober Years on TV: 1987 – 1990 This MTV game show classic combined pop culture with quirky host Ken Ober, a unique format and a set that was supposed to be Ken’s mom’s basement.