Top 10 awesome shows like It Pays to Be Ignorant that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching It Pays to Be Ignorant and you can't get over how good this show was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar shows which are created by the likes of Joe Flynn and Billy Baxter . Here goes the list -

  1. Masterspy
  2. What the Dickens?
  3. Match Game 73
  4. Banzai
  5. 24 Hour Panel People
  6. Blankety Blanks
  7. Don Adams' Screen Test
  8. Would You Rather...? with Graham Norton
  9. The Ad-Libbers
  10. Game for a Laugh
  1. Masterspy

    Masterspy

    Spy themed game-show hosted by William Franklyn and with the help of Miss Moneypacker (Jenny Lee Wright). Contestants underwent a series of tests to see who would be The Masterspy.

    This show, created by Paul Harrison, William Franklyn and Jenny Lee Wright, scores 6.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Comedy

  2. What the Dickens?

    What the Dickens?

    A panel game focusing on culture and the arts.

    This show, created by Sandi Toksvig and Chris Addison, scores 5.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Comedy

  3. Match Game 73

    Match Game 73

    The five-day-a-week syndicated successor to the popular CBS game show, where two could compete to match fill-in-the-blank phrases with those of the celebrities.

    This show, created by Marc Breslow, Gene Rayburn and Johnny Olson, scores 8.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Comedy | Game-Show

    You can watch this on Sling Tv and Amazon Prime Video.

  4. Banzai

    Banzai

    Oriental game show hosts hold betting on ridiculous challenges.

    This show, created by Lee Hupfield, Antonio Banderas and Lisa Barbuscia, scores 6.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Comedy

  5. 24 Hour Panel People

    24 Hour Panel People

    David Walliams raises money for Comic Relief by appearing in a 24-hour marathon of various popular panel shows.

    This show, created by David Walliams and Kate Moss, scores 5.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Comedy

  6. Blankety Blanks

    Blankety Blanks

    Australian version of the popular American game show Match Game 73 (1973). In this game is two contestants - one champion and one challenger. Host Graham Kennedy reads a funny fill-in-the-blank statement (e.g., "Mary, Mary Quite Contrary couldn't make her garden grow with water, so she used *blank* instead). The six celebrity panelists wrote their responses with a word or phrase which they thought best completed said statement; the contestant was then asked for his/her answer. A correct match was worth one point each. Two rounds were played, with celebrities sitting out the second-round question that whatever a contestant they matched one of them the first time. The contestant having the most matches (ergo: 6 points) after two rounds (or after a tie-breaker if needed) became the champion, and played the "Super Match" for up to $1000. In the "Super Match," Kennedy read a simple fill-in-the-blank phrase (e.g.: "*blank* phone") to which a previous studio audience had responded; the most popular answer was worth $100 with the less-popular answers worth $50 and $25. The contestant could ask three celebrities for suggestions, after which he/she could choose one or come up with his/her own response (answer). After the answers were revealed, the contestant won the appropriate amount of money and that could win up to 10 times more (ergo: $250, $500 or $1000) by matching one celebrity on one more fill-in-the-blank question (e.g.: "cookie *blank*"). Contestants continued to compete until defeated.

    This show, created by Alan Catt, Graham Kennedy and Ugly Dave Gray, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Comedy

  7. Don Adams' Screen Test

    Don Adams' Screen Test

    This was an unusual game show. People who want to become actors are given the opportunity to appear in a major movie or TV show. When the show begins host Don Adams announces the three finalists, who are in the audience, and chooses one of them to come down. With a notable actor or actress, they reenact a scene from a famous movie. After being made up they try to shoot the scene but the flubs and errors known as outtakes are shown to entertain the audience. In the end two of these scenes are shot and a notable director chooses who gave the better performance. The winner gets to be in an upcoming movie or TV show.

    This show, created by Marty Pasetta, Don Adams and Lucie Arnaz, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Comedy

  8. Would You Rather...? with Graham Norton

    Would You Rather...? with Graham Norton

    Each week celebrities and comedians contemplate and discuss ridiculous predicaments and moral quandaries.

    This show, created by Alexander J. Vietmeier, Graham Norton and Jessi Klein, scores 5.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Comedy

    You can watch this on Amazon Video, Vudu, Microsoft Store and Apple Itunes.

  9. The Ad-Libbers

    The Ad-Libbers

    Prefiguring such popular later shows as "Who's Line is it Anyway?" this comedy variety show featured a group of actors who would have to make up dialog on the spot for a situation of the host's chosing, and expand it into a skit lasting up to five minutes. Created as a summer replacement for the popular program "Mama," it ran for only 5 episodes before its finish.

    This show, created by Hal Persons, Peter Donald and Earl Hammond, scores 5.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Comedy

  10. Game for a Laugh

    Game for a Laugh

    This show, created by Jeremy Beadle and Matthew Kelly, scores 5.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Comedy

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