Saturday, June 22, 2019

What's Up Ahead......

On the Next Game Show Live!....

-New housemates in the BB house.....
-Who's the Host of Love Island? 
-And we take another strange trip down the Haunted Hallway. 

It's all the way live on Game Show Live! It's out of This world!

Friday, June 21, 2019

Livewire! 6/21

Madison Brunoehler: From Game Show Live!, this is.....................

Livewire! Your news.......with sass. Presented by the beauty room in your house.......oh, it's just the bathroom.  And now from our Game Show Live! Newsroom, here comes Pierre Kelly!

Me: Thank you Madi2theMax, welcome to Livewire! When you turn ON GSN, all you see is family Feud, when you turn on Buzzr, all you see is Buzzr. When you get on Youtube, you watch game shows you missed. What I ask, what does this mean to you? I'll tell you what I mean, when it comes to Game Show Live!, it's hammertime......and when I say Hammer time, it's this. 

Why you ask? You know, Hammer Time. Where is it? At home, it's Hammer time, in the offices, it's....Hammer time. In every community college and University, it's.....Hammer Time. In the suburbs and outskirts of every US city, It's....Hammer time. In every public library in America, It's....Hammer time. And in every house, It's.....Hammer time. So get the nails ready, because this Livewire! frame is get wired!

Alex Trebek brought the audience to their feet — and Jon Hamm almost to tears — when he took to the stage at the 2019 NHL Awards on Wednesday night.
The annual event honoring the league’s best regular-season performances was one of the  “Jeopardy!” host and longtime hockey fan’s few public appearances since announcing his Stage 4 pancreatic cancer diagnosis.

“Thank you Jon, thank you Las Vegas, and thanks to the hockey world for all your support. Growing up in Canada, you realize very early on that hockey is in your DNA,” the Ontario native said, as he recalled how his favorite player of all time, Gordie Howe, had once won the Hart Memorial Trophy.
Trebek, 78, went on to present this year’s trophy for the league MVP to Tampa Bay Lightening right winger Nikita Kucherov.

Gordon Ramsay is taking food as far as it can go in National Geographic's new series Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, premiering Sunday, July 21, at 10/9c. The multi-Michelin-star chef and Ironman athlete embarks on a new exhilarating adventure around the globe.
From Peru, Laos and Morocco to Hawaii, Alaska and New Zealand, Ramsay will be roaring through valleys, diving into oceans, hiking through forests and scaling mountains in his relentless pursuit of culinary inspiration. Food and adventure programming is familiar ground for Ramsay, whose 2010 U.K. series for Channel 4, "Gordon's Great Escapes," saw the venerable chef explore the food culture of India and Southeast Asia.
Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted follows Ramsay as he meets with indigenous people around the globe to learn about the cultures, dishes and flavors unique to each location. Every ingredient he harvests and dish he tastes will inspire a new recipe from scratch, created to represent the heart of that culture. Each episode concludes with Ramsay challenging himself with a local food legend by his side - putting his newfound skills to the test as they cook a feast together for the natives. For Ramsay, food is the gateway to culture, and every adventure is a portal into the soul of the people and place.
"It's been an amazing journey traveling off the beaten path with National Geographic and connecting with locals to learn and share incredible stories of unique traditions, delicacies and the extreme lengths it takes to harvest native ingredients," said Ramsay. "I've learned way more filming this series than I have in the last 10 years."
Among the adventures - culinary and otherwise - that Ramsay will take in the premiere season include:
· Trekking through a dense jungle in Laos to sample weaver ant eggs and diving through dangerous waters on the hunt for snails and giant water bugs
· Hunting for eels with his bare hands using traditional Maori techniques with a local fisherman by his side in New Zealand
· Working with local foragers to harvest Maui's deadliest catch with homemade tools and spearfishing with legendary free diver Kimi Werner in Hawaii
· Climbing a sheer rock face during a snowstorm with a local forager to harvest native herbs in Alaska
· Rappelling down a raging waterfall to meet with local mushroom hunters in Morocco
· Hanging off a cliff in pursuit of cactus worms - a delicacy in Peru
The series will also air globally in 172 countries and 43 languages. Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted is produced by Studio Ramsay. Additional episodes of the series have already been ordered ahead of the summer premiere, with production set to resume this fall.


James Holzhauer, the Jeopardy! champion who dominated an incredible 32 games and won $2,462,216, donated to a Naperville, Ill. pancreatic cancer walk in Alex Trebek's name. Trebek, who broke the news of his illness in March while filming the same season Holzhauer appeared in, is currently battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
During what would be Holzhauer's final episode, Trebek thanked Holzhauer's daughter for a handmade card. "I want to express my thanks to your beautiful little daughter, Natasha, for having made this get well card for me," Trebek said. "That was very sweet of her."
Meanwhile, Ann Zediker had become a fan of Holzhauer — both are from Naperville — and started to follow him on social media. However, it wasn't until his final game that Zediker was inspired to reach out, according to the Chicago Tribune.
After hearing about the get well card, Zediker emailed Holzhauer and asked him if he would be interested in participating in the 2019 Naperville Pancreatic Cancer Reach Walk on July 14.
"My gut told me it was the right thing to do," said Zediker, whose father lost his life to pancreatic cancer in 2010, just five months after being diagnosed. "It couldn't hurt."
Holzhauer, who isn't going to be in Naperville for the walk, donated $1,109.14, representing the birthday of his daughter, Natasha, who made Trebek the card. On the donation website, he wrote, "For Alex Trebek and all the other survivors."
In May, Trebek revealed that he was responding well to treatment and is in "near remission" — something that, in the past, has often been unheard of when it came to pancreatic cancer.

NBC’s songwriting competition “Songland” has only been on the air since May 28, and it’s already churned out several singles that have ranked high on the iTunes charts.
Tuesday night’s episode yielded a new single for the Jonas Brothers, and by Wednesday morning, “Greenlight” had already risen to No. 2 on the iTunes Overall Chart as well as the Pop Chart. “Greenlight” would have been No. 1 if not for Taylor Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down.”
“Greenlight” was written by songwriter Able Heart, whose dreams of becoming an Olympic skateboarder were dashed due to a back injury at 15. On Tuesday’s episode, the JoBros chose Heart’s “Greenlight” as the winner, and their version of the song was released as a “Songland” single Tuesday. Watch Able Heart perform “Greenlight” on last night’s episode below.
Past episodes of “Songland” have also yielded chart-toppers for John Legend and the Black Eyed Peas. In the premiere May 28 episode, Legend chose “We Need Love” by songwriter Tebby Burrows, which rose to No. 1 on the iTunes R&B charts and No. 6 on the iTunes Overall Chart the day after the episode aired.

Let's check the Game Show Live! bulletin board. 

ABC, Banijay Studios NORTH AMERICA and MysticArt Pictures are now accepting submissions nationwide from teams of four over the age of 18 who are ready to take on mental and physical tasks with just one rule: DON'T! Executive produced by Ryan Reynolds, "Don't" is offering you the opportunity to team up with your brothers, sisters, moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, uncles, aunts, cousins, in-laws, neighbors, co- workers or friends for the chance to win a big cash prize. Don't wait to apply!
If selected, teams will film approximately one day this summer. With a cash prize of up to $100,000 at stake, every episode will feature one team of four tackling hilarious tasks each with the rule: Don't! More than just families, the players can be a group of
friends, colleagues or any tight-knit unit that feels familial. There are no eliminations, therefore all team members will split the winnings equally.
To be considered for "Don't," teams must visit to apply.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age to be considered. Produced by Banijay Studios North America, "Don't" is executive produced by Ryan Reynolds, David Goldberg, Caroline Baumgard and Maximum Effort's George Dewey. The "Don't" format is distributed internationally by Banijay Rights.

Here's a question for you: If Danny Phantom had a cousin, would she be named Dani? Well, our Match Game mistress of impressionism Madi2TheMax steps in for a makeup tutorial and doing the intro: None other than our chief mechanic of the PYL Big Board, Stewdippin. Here Goes!

And Sticking with The Voice....

As it closes in on a sixth consecutive September-to-September win in the 18-49 demo, NBC has unveiled premiere dates for the 2019-20 season that features two innovative new Thursday comedies and an inspiring new Monday legal family drama starring TV icon Jimmy Smits.
The three freshman shows are novel additions to an incredibly stable lineup that includes the four-time Emmy Award-winning music competition series "The Voice," cultural phenomenon "This Is Us," first-year sensation "New Amsterdam," a power-packed Wednesday lineup of "Chicago" dramas that each just delivered their most-watched seasons ever, and beloved Thursday comedy favorites "Superstore" and "The Good Place," the latter of which is set to begin its victory lap in this, its final season.
Premiere dates for NBC's new midseason series - dramas "Council of Dads," "Lincoln" and "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" and comedies "Indebted" and "The Kenan Show" - will be announced later.
The #1 show in primetime, "Sunday Night Football," kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 5 at 8:20 p.m. ET/PT when the Green Bay Packers head to Chicago to face the Bears.
On Saturday Oct. 5, "Dateline Saturday Night Mystery" Returns from 9-10 p.m. followed by "Saturday Night Live" (encores) at 10 p.m.


My little runway, run run run run, Runway

Bravo's "Project Runway" announces Sebastian Grey the winner after an inspiring fashion showdown in last night's season finale. In addition to winning the title of top designer, Sebastian won the largest cash prize in the show's history, $250,000 furnished by Pilot's FriXion Erasable Gel Ink Pen, a feature in ELLE, his own featured role in a Bluprint digital series, and $50,000 to put toward his own design studio, also courtesy of Bluprint. Sebastian is also the first-ever recipient of the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) one-on-one mentorship, which will help give him all the tools and connections to create, grow, and sustain a business in fashion. Additionally, production for the next season of Bravo's "Project Runway" will commence this summer in New York City.
The high-stakes season concluded with an exclusive runway show for industry insiders and influencers. The final three designers, Hester Sunshine, Garo Sparo, and Sebastian Grey, presented full runway shows of ten looks each in hopes of wowing their mentor, Christian Siriano, along with the judging panel: Karlie Kloss, Nina Garcia, Brandon Maxwell, Elaine Welteroth, and guest judge Diane Von Furstenberg. With a collection titled "Reminiscence" inspired by his life in Colombia, Sebastian dazzled the audience with his precision and creativity and was crowned winner.


'Memba Ace Young and Diana Degarmo? Well.....

Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young, the real-life couple and American Idolveterans, will star in the national touring production of First Date, the 2013 Broadway musical comedy.
The tour and cast were announced today by producer Fifth Estate Entertainment. The musical, newly updated and with book by Austin Winsberg, and music & lyrics by Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner, will hit the road in Fall, 2020. Matt DiCarlo will direct.
DeGarmo was a Season 3 contestant on Idol, and Young was a finalist on Season 5. Both have since made careers in musical theater – they met in 2010 while appearing in Broadway’s Hair, and married while touring in the 2013 production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Snoop Dogg, the doggfather of rap, will be one of the first guests on Michael Strahan’s new digital series “Close Talker,” set to premiere later this month. Other guests to be featured in the short-form show include Adam Rodriguez (“CSI Miami”), Julie Bowen (“Modern Family”), and Rob Riggle (“21 Jump Street”).
In the four-episode series, Strahan, who hosts ABC’s “The 100K Pyramid,” takes interviewing to an awkwardly close level, getting up close and in the personal space of his guests by talking at an unreasonably close distance.
“I was thinking about something that makes everyone feel uncomfortable, and for me it’s when someone is a close talker,” said Strahan, who filmed the interviews during season 3 of “The 100K Pyramid.” “The point of the series is to show fans how much fun we have backstage when shooting ‘The $100K Pyramid.’ So we’ve turned the cameras back on so we can give people a chance to see for themselves.”
Starting June 21, every Friday a new episode of the series will premiere across Strahan’s Facebook, YouTube, and IGTV profiles, with new updates and episode announcements posting on his Twitter page.
“Let’s just leave it at this,” said Strahan when asked what he had planned for his guests, “Snoop Dogg will be selling a Michael Strahan dental kit, and none of the guests knew what they were getting themselves into when they walked into the ‘Close Talker’ room!”

You know her. You love her. Now get off your coach and go see her live.
America’s Got Talent” ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmerwinner of Season 12 and runner-up of spinoff series “AGT: The Champions,” has just announced new dates for her 2019 Fresh Out of the Box Tour. The talented teen will next be seen at the Jackson County Fair in Central Point, Oregon on July 12, followed by additional summer fairs in Indiana, Delaware and Montana. All told, Darci Lynne and her puppet friends will be visiting 21 different venues as they crisscross the United States over the next five months, so scroll down to see when she’s coming to your neck of the woods.
Since leaving “AGT,” Darci Lynne has continued performing for her fans at venues around the country with her puppets Petunia the rabbit, Oscar the mouse and Edna the old lady. She even enjoyed her first holiday special last December on NBC, “Darci Lynne: My Hometown Christmas,” in which she performed alongside such superstar guests as Kristin ChenowethToby KeithHunter HayesPentatonix and Lindsey Stirling.
Darci Lynne was asked to return to the competition format earlier this year for a brand new spinoff series, “America’s Got Talent: The Champions,” that included acts from around the world. She competed against such heavyweights as Susan Boyle and Paul Potts and was shockingly eliminated early on, but was then asked back as a wild card by judge/producer Simon Cowell and ultimately came in second place to magician Shin Lim.

Here is the list of upcoming dates for Darci Lynne’s 2019 live tour (buy tickets here):
Jul 12: Jackson County Fair in Central Point, OR
Jul 18: Porter County Fair in Valparaiso, IN
Jul 24: Delaware State Fair in Harrington, DE
Aug 3: Montana State Fair in Great Falls, MT
Aug 7: Erie County Fair & Exposition in Hamburg, NY
Aug 17: Landmark Theatre in Syracuse, NY
Aug 24: Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction, VT
Sep 7: York Fairgrounds in York, PA
Sep 13: Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, SD
Sep 14: Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, MN
Sep 28: Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, GA
Sep 29: Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN
Oct 5: Buell Theatre at Denver Performing Arts Complex in Denver, CO
Oct 6: Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs, CO

Just a programming note: Host Elizabeth Banks is keeping the BIG BUCKS flying as contestants try to avoid the WHAMMY on "Press Your Luck," airing SATURDAY, JUNE 29 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (TV-PG) Episodes can also be viewed on, the ABC app and Hulu. Joining Elizabeth Banks are contestants Brian Miller (hometown: Huntersville, Pennsylvania), Mellanie Smith-Simmons (hometown: San Marcos, California) and Jeni Vargas (hometown: Anaheim Hills, California). (Rebroadcast. OAD: 6/26/19)

This past Wednesday, AudreywithMusic did a cover of Tay Swiftie's new song, but a source has told me that our newest clone Booth Fash With Ray decided to follow suit. Alright then, have it your way. 

That's all for now, but remember one thing: If Fox already did The Swan, then why is FX doing The Ugly Duckling? 

So until next time and all the on playas.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

How to stop Teens from drinking Red Bull

This week...Teenagers enter the Jeopardy! arena.......

Netflix does its best to air infomercials at 4 in the morning.....

And the biggest Whammy of them all. All this and.....

Who does Katy Perry love?  Let's..............Get.....................Lit!!!!!!!!!!

Madison Brunoehler: From coast to coast..............

And Across America.....and the world.........this is..............

Now here is America's favorite contestant, Pierre Kelly!!!!! 

Me: Thank you Madi2TheMax and this of course is  Game show Live! As live as it gets, as live as it happens and as live whenever you feel like it. Let's get into it with......

 The Opening Toss-Up story.

The strains of the Rock & Roll Jeopardy! theme can mean one thing.....

With summer now in session, the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament is set to return. The new tournament begins Monday, June 17th and features fifteen of bright, American students in the 14-17 age range.
The contestants will compete over the course of two weeks to try to take home the event's grand prize of $100,000.
Jeopardy! is the quiz show that tests contestants by offering them answers for which they must form a question. While it's normally a show featuring adult contestants, the Teen Tournament shines the spotlight on a younger generation, giving them the chance to steal the show and earn a cash prize.
Here is the complete roster of Teen Tournament contestants, in alphabetical order:
- Justin Bolsen, a freshman from Canton, Ga.
- Avi Gupta, a senior from Portland, Ore.
- Jackson Jones, a junior from Louisville, Ky.
- Rohit Kataria, a junior from Wheelersburg, Ohio
- Sreekar Madabushi, a junior from Basking Ridge, N.J.
- Lucas Miner, a junior from Miami, Fla.
- Hannah Nekritz, a senior from Stamford, Conn.
- Teagan O'Sullivan, a freshman from Charlotte, N.C.
- Stephanie Pierson, a junior from Macon, Ga.
- Ryan Presler, an eighth-grader from Sioux Falls, S.D.
- Alison Purcell, a senior from Bellaire, Texas
- Audrey Sarin, a senior from Redmond, Wash.
- Eesha Sohail, a senior from Bakersfield, Calif.
- Sophia Weng, a junior from Chevy Chase, Md.
- Shriya Yarlagadda, a sophomore from Grand Blanc, Mich. 

After this commercial word, Netflix stays awake while Hulu sleeps. That's.......when Game Show Live returns. 

(fade to break)

Madison: Some members of our viewing audience will receive..

A selection of Playbill Pride items from Since June is Pride month, take advantage of our playbills that match the rainbow on top, plus t-shirts too. Now back to our latest Hamilton lottery winner, Pierre Kelly!

Me: Thank you Madi and welcome back. Later on, we take a look at an escape room for kindergartners. 

What if you were forced to go without sleep for 24 hours and then take part in a series of mental and physical challenges? As insomniacs, students and serial binge-watchers would agree, this is not a good idea even at the best of times. But what if the prize was a million dollars? This is the premise of Netflix's brand new game show 'Awake: The Million Dollar Game', coming on the heels of the streaming platform's success with reruns of 'Jeopardy' and the introduction of their original game show 'Flinch'. Here's everything you need to know about the show:
Release Date: Details have been scarce about the new show with Netflix keeping production tightly under wraps. Reports in January 2019 revealed that the show was set to be launched this year. A placeholder page on the Netflix website has announced that the studio game show would arrive on June 14.
Premise: Each episode of the show will feature contestants who are forced to go 24 hours without rest before being subjected to grueling mental and physical tasks which promise to be as difficult as they are ridiculous. At the end of the episode, the last man (or woman) standing gets to go home with a million dollar jackpot. And with a prize like that at stake, there is bound to be no end of contestants ready to rise to the challenge. The Game Show Network's 'Cram' (2003), which ran for two seasons, is the only notable earlier game show to be built around sleep-deprivation as a premise, although many have tried and failed.
Host: The game will be hosted by actor, writer, and stand-up comic James Davis. He is best known for his show 'Hood Adjacent with James Davis' on Comedy Central. He has previously performed at multiple comedy and rap shows including big names like Drake, J. Cole and Big Sean.
Netflix has released a trailer for the first season of 'Awake'. The short preview showcases some of the most trying tasks that contestants will go through on the show's shiny studio stage while struggling to keep their eyes open and on the ball (or egg as the task may be). There are bound to be some exciting successes and hilarious fails once 'The Million Dollar Game' arrives on screens.

Even one contestant told her story to Game Show Live! and her interview was pre-taped. Watch.

In most mexican restaurants, Chips & Salsa is complimentary when you sit down at the table, but when you think of the dance, then dance shows on TV have proven it over the years. In this edition of Shanaigans, our cameras went to an LA Dance studio to visit a salsa queen. Watch. 

Now we go from Mexican food to baking.

Lorraine Pascale and Jason Smith have their work cut out for them on the new season of Worst Bakers in America, as they try to transform eight kitchen disasters into baking masters. The intense five-week baking bootcamp begins on Monday, July 22nd at 10pm ET/PT, as Jason and Lorraine attempt to mold these masters of cake-wrecks and colossal cookie-fails into one vastly-improved pastry expert. Based on the recruits' performance and progress in a series of fast-paced baking challenges, they will be narrowed down each week until only two are left standing to face off in an intense battle. Only one will be the most improved and will rise to the top and earn the $25,000 grand prize.
"The baking blunders and mishaps of the recruits add dramatic comedy to the competition as they struggle to become better bakers on the new season of Worst Bakers in America," said Courtney White, President, Food Network. "It's no cakewalk for Lorraine Pascale and Jason Smith, but they are determined to whip the recruits into baking masters, teaching them the skills and techniques required to succeed in each of the difficult challenges." 

Breakout fan favorites from "The Bachelor" franchise are back and ready for a second (or third or fourth) chance at finding love, as the hit series "Bachelor in Paradise" returns for Season 6 on a newly announced premiere date, MONDAY, AUG. 5 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Episodes can also be viewed the next day on, the ABC app or Hulu.
Starting the following week on Monday, Aug. 12, the show will air on both Mondays (8:00-10:01 p.m. EDT) and Tuesdays (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT). Tune in to ABC's "Good Morning America" on MONDAY, JUNE 17 (7:00-9:00 a.m. EDT), on ABC for the very first announcement of some of the most beloved members of Bachelor Nation who will hit the Mexico beach resort this summer. 

Next, 2 weeks ago, Carolyn Vasko broke out her cartoon impersonations for a Swagbucks Live Game. Watch.

On to a Gamestop Game Break. It's time to play a game about TV and what to watch.....

I have a stack of old TV guides left when the owners last last before the building got sold to us and I want you to find out what TV show I'm describing. Ready?

Twelve contestants show off their decorating, cooking, party-planning and entertaining skills in a reality competition to become "the country's new authority on at-home living." The winner gets a book deal and the chance to develop a syndicated TV show. Joan Lunden hosts.

So...What are We Watching? I'll give you a minute to think after a Google Play music interlude after our Bullseye Bonus island blode bombshell Audreyismusic covers a T-Swist song that has more stars than my glow in the dark ceiling at my manor. Like it or not, here goes!

And you need to know what the answer is, right? let's find out what were we watching....

If you Said Wickedly are 100% correct.

A Reality Blurred article said this:

Kimberly Kennedy might have been crowned “the next great stylemaker” on Saturday night, but no one seems to care.
The only Google News story mentioning her is an Early Show story that gives instructions for making homemade invitations. (No ribbon flowers? Alas.) Chaos Theory blogged the finale, on which Kimberly ultimately competed against Mitch, her mortal Wickedly Perfect enemy. In an earlier episode, after cutting off the tip of his finger, he hysterically noted that he had more talent than Kimberly in the missing piece of finger.
Alas, the finale didn’t do well for CBS, as the network came in last place.

And now a word from our sponsor.

The New Press Your Luck on ABC is what game show fans were clamoring for. Sam may have had the biggest Whammy in the preview show, but come premiere time, one spin decided the fate. It's our....

Starbucks Via Instant Classic.

Ouchie owie.

That's it for this week. Today's consolation prize is an escape hatch. When you're ready to leave, you won't need keys, just a door with a wheel to open. stays airlocked to keep burglars out. 

Don't forget to email me at, Pierre Jason Kelly on FB and @Johnny_Arcade on twitter. Also I'm on Snapchat as MisterGSN and Instagram as Mister_WCW. We will return next Wednesday, and until we return, Play on playas.