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Commentators
The Rubberbandits (Dave Chambers and Bob McGlynn)
Broadcast
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MTV (Weekly): 10/13-20/2016
Packagers
Endemol Shine North America
Left Hook Media

The Almost Impossible Game Show was an American adaptation of the British format of the same name that was extremely difficult to beat; the contestants were given 40 lives… and usually still didn't win.

Premise[]

Each episode of this outlandish series featured six neon-clad contestants taking on simple, yet hilarious difficult games. To win, these brave contestants had to complete four of the six games without running out of lives. If they failed a game, they had to do it again… and again… and AGAIN. Contestants didn't compete against each other, but against the game itself. With challenges such as riding a tiny bike across a balance beam over a mud pit, putting on a pair of trousers while sprinting on a giant treadmill and inflating a balloon to the point of popping using only the power of your buttocks, contestants would never know what would happen next. Winning contestants received a trophy and $500 in cash.

British Version[]

The original version of The Almost Impossible Game Show (which also featured The Rubberbandits as commentators) aired on ITV2 from 1 October (October 1) 2015 to 11 May (May 11) 2016.

Inventor[]

Based on the British show of the same name.

Rating[]

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Link[]

Official Website
Article about the original British version (courtesy of ukgameshows.com)

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