We All Loved These 15 Incredible Game Shows from the 90s!
The golden age of game shows was in the 90s when classic shows reigned supreme, outshining even the heartthrobs, chocolate bars, and crisps of the era. There was something special about the shows of the 90s that made them far superior to current ones. This sentiment is shared by many who pine for the good old days of game shows, particularly those from the 90s. Here are a few that stand out:
1. Robot Wars: One of the most exciting game shows on TV, Robot Wars started in 1998 and Craig Charles was a fantastic commentator. The show featured epic battles between robots such as Matilda, Sergeant Bash, and Sir Killalot and was a hit with kids and adults alike. The show returned to BBC2 in 2016 and aired for three series.
2. The Crystal Maze: With multiple zones including Aztec, Futuristic, Medieval, and Ocean, The Crystal Maze was a game show that kept viewers on their toes. Contestants had to navigate a series of challenges and puzzles, and either emerged victorious with a gem in hand or got lost and locked in their game room. The Crystal Dome at the end with the flying gold and silver tokens was the highlight of the show. The show returned in 2017 and was hosted by Richard Ayoade.
3. Gladiators: An action-packed blend of circus skills and wrestling, Gladiators was a Saturday night staple that thrilled audiences. From the lycra uniforms to the giant cotton buds to the excruciating elimination challenge, The Eliminator, this was the ultimate in Saturday night entertainment. Sadly, it was cancelled, but returned briefly in 2008 and 2009 on Sky 1.
4. Blind Date: Hosted by the late Cilla Black, Blind Date was a fun and lighthearted game show that brought the romance. Contestants vied for the chance to win a date with a potential love match, with the ultimate goal being true love. The show was a hit and even resulted in a Blind Date wedding, with the couple celebrating their 20-year anniversary in 2011.
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