Richard Osman's House of Games - Netflix
Richard Osman's House of Games is a game show in which a group of four celebrities go toe to toe in testing their general knowledge skills in a variety of entertaining trivia-based games.
Competing over the course of a week, each day the celebrity contestants will take on a series of challenging quiz games selected by the host, teatime quiz legend, Richard Osman. A daily winner will be declared following a quick-fire round at the end of each show as the scores are tallied across the week resulting in an overall champion being crowned on Friday. Will the winning stars opt for the much coveted House of Games driving gloves, or instead go for the must-have branded dressing gown?
Type: Panel Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
Richard Osman's House of Games - Richard Osman's House of Games - Netflix
Richard Osman's House of Games is a British quiz show produced by Endemol UK for the BBC, hosted by Richard Osman. The show is played on a weekly basis, with 4 celebrities playing on 5 consecutive days to win not only daily prizes, but the weekly prize of being crowned as “House of Games” champion. Points are accrued depending on where each celebrity finishes on each day, and the points are doubled on Friday's show. On 21 November 2017, it was recomissioned for a second series of 50 episodes.
Richard Osman's House of Games - Buzzer games - Netflix
Rhyme Time (first played on Series 1, Episode 1): The players are shown 2 statements which rhyme. They buzz in with the correct answers. On some questions, one of the statements are replaced with either a picture or a song (in which the singer is the rhyming answer they require.) Broken Karaoke (first played on Series 1, Episode 1): The “House of Games” karaoke machine is broken, and can only show the first letters of each word of a particular song. The players must buzz in when they know the answer. The only clues the players get are the year the song was released, and that the letters come up in time with the tune of the song. What's in a Name? (first played on Series 1, Episode 2): The players are given statements, of which the answer comes from the full name of the players. Each player has 2 answers come from their name, and a point is given for a correct answer, but if the player gets a correct answer from their own name, they get 2 points. This Round Is in Code (first played on Series 1, Episode 3): The players are given a category, and answers are shown in alpha-numeric code (i.e. A=1, B=2, C=3, etc.). The players have to unscramble the codes to get a point. Z–A (first played on Series 1, Episode 4): The players are shown three blanked out words, with the letters being filled in reverse alphabetical order (i.e., Z, then Y, then X, etc.) The players have to buzz in when they know what connects all three words. Games House Of (first played on Series 2, Episode 3): The players are given questions, but instead of answering them normally, they have to give the answer, but with the words in alphabetical order (e.g. Who became UK Prime minister in 1997? The answer is Tony Blair, but in this round, they would give the answer as Blair Tony.). The Elephant in the Room (first played on Series 2, Episode 4): The players are given a word, and are then given questions to answer, but instead of answering them normally, they have to give the answer with the given word removed from the answer (e.g., if the given word was ANT, and the answer to the question was ELEPHANT, the player would have to say ELEPH as the answer). Roonerspisms (first played on Series 2, Episode 5): The players are shown 2 statements, which are spoonerisms of each other, they have to buzz in with both answers to get a point. On some questions, one of the statements are replaced with either a picture or a song (in which the song is the rhyming answer they require.) (e.g., a statement could say “Mr Kravitz feels discomfort”, and the other one say “The Liverpool street immortalized in song by The Beatles”, then the answers would be “Lenny pain” and “Penny Lane”.) The Backwards Round (first played on Series 2, Episode 6): The players are given questions, but the statement is in reverse order. As with the questions, the players must give their answers in reverse as well. (e.g. “Trafford Old at matches home their play team football Which?”, the answer would be United Manchester (with the correct way round being “Which football team play their home matches at Old Trafford?” Manchester United.)
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