Eddie McGuire also did the Aussie versions of 1 vs. 100 and Millionaire Hot Seat (the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire spin-off series)
Ulrika Jonsson did the British version of Dog Eat Dog from 2001-2002 (which was once reruned on BBC America right here in the U.S.)
Anne Robinson was the Original British Hostess of Weakest Link from 2000-2012 (also on NBC in the U.S. from 2001-2002)
oh and BTW, Steven "Steve" Jacobs was the host of the Aussie version of Power of 10......not Eddie McGuire
Oh, that's right. I almost forgot about that.
Now, Vietnam had their own versions of The Price Is Right, Deal Or No Deal and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. They also had their own version of(Donny's)Pyramid.
vietnam game shows and it's host and the networks it aired on
(The Price Is Right/Hay chon gia dung) Lai Van Sam (2004), Lu'u Minh Vu (2004-Present) VTV3
(Deal Or No Deal/Di tim an so or An so vang) Thanh Bach (2005), Chi Trung (2006-2008) HTV7/H1
(Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?/Ai La Trieu Phu) Lai Van Sam (2005-Present) VTV3
(Pyramid/ Kim tu thap) Chi Bao (2005-2008) HTV7
That's right, Kim Tu Thap is not a bad version but it had the same music that Donny's version had.
Hay Chon Gia Dung isn't that bad either.
Poland had their own versions of Wheel Of Fortune, Family Feud and Russian Roulette.
Poland game show and it's host and the networks it aired on Part 2:
(Wheel of Fortune/Kolo Fortuny) Host:Wojciech Pijanowski (1992-1995),Pawel Wawrzecki(1995),Stainislaw Mikulski(1995-1998),Krzytof Tyniec(2007-2009) Hostess: Magda Masny (1992-1998), Marta Lewandowska (2007-2009) TVP2 (1992-1998/2007/2007-2009)
(Family Feud/Familiada) Karol Strasburger (1994-Present) TVP2 (1994-Present)
(Russian Roulette/Rosyjska Ruletka) Henryk Talar,Krysztof lbisz Polsat (2002-2004)
There's a British version of "To Tell the Truth", called "Tell the Truth". I remembered seeing it in Scotland, while on vacation in late 1989.
(To Tell The Truth/Tell The Truth) Macdonald Hobley, David Jacobs, Shaw Taylor, Graeme Garden, Fred Dinenage ITV(1957-1959/1989-1990),
Channel 4 (1983-1985)
also their was a reworking version of Tell The Truth called Odd One In hosted by Bradley Walsh that aired on ITV1 from (2010-2011)
Interesting. England had their own version of Gambit and Password as well as Child's Play.
Donny Osmond also hosted their version of Pyramid there but England's version of it was known as The Pyramid Game.
jhshifris, the British version of Gambit was originally hosted by Fred Dinenage from (1975-1983) then Dinenage was replaced by Tom O' Connor from (1984-1985) for a short time
years later in (1995) a short-lived revival of Gambit was hosted by Gary Thompson for the Anglia channel
the British Version of Password were hosted by Brian Redhead, Eleanor Summerfield, Esther Rantzen, Tom O' Connor, & Gordon Burns
Child's Play in Britian was hosted by Michael Aspel for an amazing (1984-1988) run on ITV
The Pyramid Game was originally hosted by Steve Jones from (1981-1990) on ITV, the Challenge TV revival of The Pyramid Game or Donny's Pyramid game ran for a short time in (2007) with Donny Osmond(who also did the short-lived american version from 2002-2004) as host.
Russia had their own versions of Deal Or No Deal and Russian Roulette.
Canada had their own versions of Supermarket Sweep and Deal Or No Deal.
Russian versions of Deal or No Deal and Russian Roulette (host & network years)
(Deal or No Deal/Pan ili Propal & Sdelka) Nikolay Fomenko (Pan ili Propal) Channel One (2004-2005), Alexei Veselkin (sdelka) REN TV (2006)
Russian Roulette/Pycckar Pynetka) Valdis Pelsh Channel One (2002-2004)
Canadian versions of Supermarket Sweep and Deal or No Deal (host & network years)
(Supermarket Sweep) Tino Monte Global Television Network (1992-1995) BTW:it currently airs in reruns on Game TV (a.k.a Canada's GSN)
(Deal or No Deal/Deal or No Deal Canada) Howie Mandel (go figure LOL!/who also did the NBC Primetime version (2005-2009) and it's short-lived "syndicated" counterpart from (2008-2010) here in the U.S.) Global Television Network (2007)
and FTR: their is also a French-Canadian version of Deal or no Deal called (Le Banquier/The Banker) hosted by Julie Snyder from (2007-2009) on the TVA network in Quebec
Telemundo had their own version of Deal Or No Deal(obviously, it was in Spanish)and it was also short-lived.
Quebec had their own versions of Jeopardy and The Price Is Right once.
Spanish version of Deal or No Deal and it's host, network, & year:
(Deal or no Deal/Vas o No Vas translation: Go or no Go) Hector Sandarti Telemundo (2006-2007)
Quebec versions of it's shows and it's host, network, & year:
(Jeopardy!) Real Giguere TVA Network (1991-1993)
(The Price Is Right/Misez Juste/Price Is Right:A vous de jouer)
Alain Leveille (Misez Juste) TQS (1994-1995)
Philippe Bond (Price Is Right:A vous de jouer) V (2011-Present)
BTW:i'm not a fan of either Jeopardy! nor The Price Is Right/TPIR here in the USA sorry jhshifris!
I'm sorry, I didn't know.
Anyway, England also had their own version of the late Fred Travelena's Anything For Money. I never saw his version of it.
They also had their own versions of Singled Out and Split Second.
British versions of shows and their host and network (Part 3):
(Anything For Money) Andrew O' Connor Sky One (1991-1992)
(Singled Out) Sarah Cawood & Richard Blackwood Channel 5 (1998-2001)
Marc Crumpton & Tess Daly
(Split Second) Paul Coia Scottish Television (1987-1988)
Aonghus McAnally Challenge TV (1998) Original series devised by Andrew O' Connor
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