101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow - Netflix

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101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow is a British game show produced by Initial for the BBC, it is hosted by Steve Jones and Nemone.

The show sees eight contestants compete to be the winner of the £10,000 prize by picking the correct answers to general knowledge questions. Competitors who pick incorrect answers are eliminated from the show in a variety of different ways, usually involving a large drop into the pool of water at the base of the tower.

101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2010-07-10

101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow - 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow - Netflix

101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow is a British game show produced by Initial (a subsidiary of Endemol UK) for the BBC, it is hosted by Steve Jones and Nemone. The show sees eight contestants compete to be the winner of the £10,000 prize by picking the correct answers to general knowledge questions. Competitors who pick incorrect answers are eliminated from the show in a variety of different ways, usually involving a large drop into the pool of water at the base of the tower. The show made its debut on BBC One on 10 July 2010 and ended on 28 August 2010. An American version, hosted by Jeff Sutphen, premiered on 21 June 2011.

101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow - Format - Netflix

The show's production company, Endemol, describes the show as “the play-along fun of a glitzy, Saturday night quiz with the full-on adrenaline rush of an extreme stunt show.” Each episode features eight contestants, with a mix of sexes, ages and backgrounds, competing to be the winner of the £10,000 prize in the UK version ($50,000 in the US version). Contestants are reduced one by one in the first four rounds, attempting to guess the correct answers to a selection of multiple-choice questions. The contestant who chooses the wrong answer will leave the show in spectacular fashion, in one of the 101 Ways To Leave A Gameshow. At any time during the first four rounds, a buzzer could sound, which announces the start of the Emergency Exit round. In this round, contestants are asked a series of questions at random, with the first contestant to give a wrong answer being eliminated. The Emergency Exit round is not used in the US and Italian versions. In the final round, only three contestants remain (four contestants in the US version), who have to answer one last question in an attempt to win the jackpot prize.

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