Hosts (voiceover only)
Mark Henning (1998)
Casey Kasem (1999)
Broadcast
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Pilot: 1998
Syndication (Daily): 1/1999 – 9/17/1999
Packager
O.H.P. Productions
Distributor
Pearson Television

100% was a short-lived syndicated game show where three contestants answer a series of 100 general knowledge questions by pushing buttons corresponding to the answers.

Format[edit | edit source]

The twist was that throughout the game, the scores were mentioned every 10 questions, but not who had which score, although the contestants were told if there was a change in the lead.

While most of the questions were multiple choice, with choices labeled A, B, and C, every fifth question was a true/false question, while Question 100 took the form of a ridiculous fact that was almost always true.

The winner received $10 per correct answer, with a $99,000 bonus if he/she managed a perfect score (for a total of $100,000); however, it was never won during the show's brief run.

Trade Ad[edit | edit source]

List of Airings[edit | edit source]

The show aired in only seven markets:

  • Seattle, WA
  • Columbus, OH
  • Dallas, TX
  • Houston, TX
  • Buffalo, NY
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Tampa, FL

Since the show had a limited run, it did not last a full season.

International Versions[edit | edit source]

A French version of the show called 100% Question (100% Issue in English) hosted by Pascal Hernandez aired on France 5 from 1998 until 2004.

An Italian version of the show hosted by Gigio D'Ambrosio aired on LA7 from 2001 until 2002.

The original British version aired on Channel 5 for four years from 1997 to 2001. In addition, the series also had a few share of spinoffs series such as, 100% Gold from 1998 until 1999, a 1998 pilot called The 100% Guide to Sex and 100% Sex from 1999 until 2001.

The original series was hosted by Robin Houston, while its spinoff 100% Gold was hosted by Melinda Walker. In addition, this version was often billed as "The game show without a host".

Inventor[edit | edit source]

Based on the British franchise of the same name by Tom Atkinson, which awarded £100 to the winner.

Rating[edit | edit source]

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Links[edit | edit source]

Game Show Pilot Light: 100% (U.S.) Pilot
UK Game Shows page on the franchise

YouTube Links[edit | edit source]

The 1998 pitchfilm (while the pilot circulates with this attached, the pilot is not known to be online)
Uproar.com plug, 1998
Closing credits, 1998

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