London news 'I watched House of Games and it's a way better quiz show than The Chase' Uk news
PremierLeague-News.Com - My London's Maia Snow on why House of Games is the best quiz show on TV
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! It is no secret that I am an absolute sucker for a quiz show, despite the fact that generally speaking I am not very good at them. Occasionally, I’ll have a moment of divine inspiration and beat The Chaser, find a Pointless answer, or get a Starter for 10 correct, but you can usually find me on the sofa, embarrassing myself as I confidently give the wrong answer. Despite my love for almost all quiz shows (Only Connect, I do not understand you), for me, there is one that stands out above the rest - Richard Osman’s House of Games. I’ll grant you, House of Games could be seen as more like a cross between a quiz show and a puzzle show - but that’s kind of why I love it so much. It airs every night on BBC Two at 6pm, and involves four celebrities who battle it out through five rounds to achieve the highest score each day. For more news and features about London directly to your inbox sign up to our newsletter here.
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. Whoever gets the highest score at the end of the day wins a prize, and the highest score at the end of the week gets a trophy. Sounds pretty basic, right? Wrong. On the surface, it seems pretty bog standard as the rounds follow certain branches of general knowledge, but they are not your standard quiz questions - they usually come in the form of a puzzle. For example, one round, called The Elephant in the Room, the players are given a word, and are then given questions to answer, but instead of answering them normally, they have to give the answer with the given word removed from the answer. Another called, Games House Of, players have to give the answer to a question with the words in alphabetical order.
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