Top 10 awesome shows like Play Your Hunch that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Play Your Hunch 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 Mike Gargiulo, Merv Griffin and Johnny Olson . Here goes the list -

  1. The $64,000 Question
  2. Keep Talking
  3. Make the Connection
  4. Take a Good Look
  5. Video Village
  6. The Name's the Same
  7. Brains & Brawn
  8. Masquerade Party
  9. Take a Guess
  10. What's My Line?
  1. The $64,000 Question

    The $64,000 Question

    Among the most influential of the big-money quiz shows, and the undisputed king of the genre of the 1950s, contestants answer questions in a specific field in an attempt to win $64,000.

    This show, created by Hal Tulchin, Joyce Brothers and Barbara Feldon, scores 6.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Family | Game-Show

  2. Keep Talking

    Keep Talking

    The regulars were divided into two teams of three players. The host would give each player a secret word and the player had to tell a story using that word. The other team then had to guess the secret word.

    This show, created by Jerome Shaw, Danny Dayton and Paul Winchell, scores 7.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  3. Make the Connection

    Make the Connection

    Short-lived panel show where a panel of four celebrities try to make the connection between two or more contestants.

    This show, created by Jerome Schnur, Eddie Bracken and Gene Klavan, scores 5.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  4. Take a Good Look

    Take a Good Look

    The contestants on this quiz show had been involved in notable news events. Films clips or recordings of the event were shown; if they were unavailable, Kovacs and the three actors would act out the event. The panelists had to guess who the contestant was.

    This show, created by Barry Shear, Edie Adams and Ernie Kovacs, scores 6.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  5. Video Village

    Video Village

    Two contestants compete in a life-sized board game, answering questions and performing stunts for cash and prizes.

    This show, created by Jerome Shaw, Joanne Carson and Jack Narz, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  6. The Name's the Same

    The Name's the Same

    Guests who have the same name as famous persons, fictional characters, or things, are quizzed by celebrity panelists who try to determine their name.

    This show, created by Herbert Hirschman, Joan Alexander and Robert Q. Lewis, scores 7.6 on IMDb.

    Genres - Family | Game-Show

  7. Brains & Brawn

    Brains & Brawn

    This show, created by Paul Bogart, Gypsy Rose Lee and Bert Wheeler, scores 6.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  8. Masquerade Party

    Masquerade Party

    A panel of celebrities met with another celebrity who was in heavy make-up and/or costume; this disguise would always provide clues to the celebrity's actual identity. The panel asked yes-or-no questions to the celebrity, and then received another clue about the celebrity's identity at the end of the round. After the clue, the panel had one last chance to guess the identity, followed by the celebrity revealing their true identity. (1952)

    This show, created by Bert Parks and Peter Donald, scores 6.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  9. Take a Guess

    Take a Guess

    Summer quiz show. The moderator and studio audience knew what a "mystery object" was and the contestant had to determine what it was based on questions asked by the panelists.

    This show, created by John Crawford and Dorothy Hart, scores 5.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show | Family

  10. What's My Line?

    What's My Line?

    Four panelists must determine guests' occupations - and, in the case of famous guests, while blindfolded, their identity - by asking only "yes" or "no" questions.

    This show, created by Franklin Heller, John Daly and Arlene Francis, scores 8.6 on IMDb.

    Genres - Family | Game-Show

    You can watch this on Amazon Prime Video.

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