Top 10 awesome shows like Whose Baby? that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Whose Baby? 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 Robert Reed, David Nixon and Richard Coleman . Here goes the list -

  1. 3's a Crowd
  2. Definition
  3. Bob's Full House
  4. Rhyme and Reason
  5. Break the Bank
  6. Catch Phrase
  7. Oh My Word
  8. Hit Man
  9. The Who, What or Where Game
  10. Split Second
  1. 3's a Crowd

    3's a Crowd

    "Who knows a man better his wife or his secretary?" This Chuck Barris game show sought to resolve the age-old question. Points were awarded based on how a male contestant's wife and secretary answered (usually risque) questions. The winning team either the wives or the secretaries split a $1,000 cash prize.

    This show, created by John Dorsey, Jim Peck and Johnny Jacobs, scores 5.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  2. Definition

    Definition

    A cross between Hangman and Scrabble, players try to solve puzzles by guessing missing letters. Very similar to "Wheel of Fortune" but without the wheel.

    This show, created by Jim Perry and Dave Devall, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  3. Bob's Full House

    Bob's Full House

    A UK game show, based on the game of bingo, where contestants answer questions to complete winning lines on their gamecard in the hope of winning cash and prizes.

    This show, created by Geoff Miles, Bob Monkhouse and Cindy Milo, scores 6.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  4. Rhyme and Reason

    Rhyme and Reason

    This show, created by John Dorsey, Bob Eubanks and Nipsey Russell, scores 5.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  5. Break the Bank

    Break the Bank

    Very different in format from the 1945-1957 version hosted by Bert Parks, this show was primarily based on luck and nerves with the ability to separate truth from bluff helping out. Two contestants (One's a Returning Champion) were presented with a 4x5=20 grid with 9 celebrity guests seated along the top and side. Behind each square in the grid was either a set amount of money ($100 both abc & syndicated, $200 on abc, $300 both abc & syndicated & $500 on syndicated), a money bag, a wild account or a blank. If a contestant chose a blank, his or her turn was over and control was passed to his or her opponent. If he or she drew a dollar amount, a question would be asked of the celebrities to the top and side of the square with one answering truthfully (True) and the other giving a fake answer (False). If the contestant picked the correct answer, he or she was allowed to continue. If the contestant picked the wrong answer, he or she was unable to continue and gets the account to him or her. If the player chose a money bag, however, he or she was given the choice of refusing the money bag and continuing to choose squares or keeping the bag but giving up control to his or her opponent. The game ended when one contestant had claimed three of the same denomination squares {ergo: $300-$100x3, $600-$200x3, $900-$300x3 & $1500-$500x3}. If the contestant was able to control 3 money bag squares, he or she would be given to win the special "Break the Bank" Bankroll for collecting 3 cash bags with a dollar sign($) on it that in which started at $5000 and grew larger with each day for 5-Day Week {$500 added early and $250 added late in the run} until it was won. The Bonus Round called "Raise Up The Stakes for $2500" The Champion will able to raise $1000 in order to win $2500 cash prize by having one has a cash amount ($100 to $500) and one has "BUST!" The Champion pick 1 Star has a cash amount or "BUST!" When it's a cash amount he or she will be awarded or When it's a "BUST" he or she lose all the account that collected so far. After that The Champion will face a new challenger.

    This show, created by Richard S. Kline, Jaye P. Morgan and Tom Kennedy, scores 6.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  6. Catch Phrase

    Catch Phrase

    Contestants compete to guess rebus-type and punny puzzles for cash and merchandise prizes in this short-lived game show.

    This show, created by Martin Pasetta, Dan Campbell and Tim Stokes, scores 4.6 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  7. Oh My Word

    Oh My Word

    On this nationally syndicated game show, two celebrity guests, playing on behalf of viewers, try to guess the meaning of an obscure word from four possible definitions given by the show's panelists.

    This show, created by Agar Jaicks, Jim Lange and Jay Snyder, scores 5.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  8. Hit Man

    Hit Man

    This show, created by John Dorsey, Peter Tomarken and Rod Roddy, scores 7.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  9. The Who, What or Where Game

    The Who, What or Where Game

    Contestants compete to answer questions on various subjects, with the questions rated by difficulty and winnings based on the odds of the question.

    This show, created by Art James and Mike Darrow, scores 7.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

  10. Split Second

    Split Second

    Fast-paced quiz show, where contestants were rewarded not only on their ability to answer correctly, but on how many others were also correct on questions in that same category.

    This show, created by Kip Walton, Tom Kennedy and Jack Clark, scores 8.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Game-Show

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