The first season of Wanna Bet is coming to an end. The season finale will feature more ordinary people attempting stunts, tricks, and mental challenges and more celebrities betting on the outcome.
On Wanna Bet, celebrities can earn money for their favorite charities by betting on the success or failure of stunts, tricks, and mental challenges performed by ordinary people. The challenges take place in front of a studio audience.
Can a person really hula hoop a semi-truck tire? Watch Wanna Bet tonight and find out.
Wanna Bet has moved from Monday nights to Tuesday nights. Wanna Bet is a reality game show where celebrities can earn big money for their favorite charities by betting on the success or failure of stunts, tricks and mental challenges performed by ordinary people.
The host of two of ABC’s most popular reality TV shows will be making an appearance on “Wanna Bet?” “Wanna Bet?” features celebrities attempting to win money for their favorite charities by betting on either the success or failure of stunts, tricks and mental challenges that are being performed by ordinary Americans.
A new celebrity reality game show is coming to ABC. “Wanna Bet?” gives celebrities the chance to win money for their favorite charities. The celebrities win by betting on either the success or failure of stunts, tricks and mental challenges performed by ordinary Americans.
ABC has announced its summer schedule, and it includes plenty of entertainment for reality TV fans. From Japanese game shows to dance shows to a British betting show, ABC’s got the reality lineup to beat!
Here are some of the shows you can expect to see this summer on ABC:
Wipeout (premieres Tuesday, June 24th at 8:00 PM ET):
Hosted by ESPN’s SportCenter’s John Anderson, this show will have contestants competing on extreme obstacle courses for the title of Wipeout Champion and $50,000.
I Survived a Japanese Game Show (premieres Tuesday, June 24th at 9:00 PM ET):
This show will send 10 competitors to Japan to compete in the ultimate Japanese game show. The contestant who adapts best to Japanese culture and performs the best in challenges will win.
Dance Machine (premieres Friday, June 27th at 8:00 PM ET):
Another dance show, you may groan? Yes, but this one’s got an interesting twist! Hosted by E!’s Jason Kennedy, each week Dance Machine will feature six dancers from all walks of life competing against one another for the prize of $100,000. (Hint: there just might be a 70-year old grandma pitted against a 25-year old gravedigger, dancing to Michael Jackson’s Thriller in this one…).
Wanna Bet (premieres Monday, July 21st at 9:00 PM ET):
Drew Lachey, Sherri Shepherd, Bill Engvall and Scott Hamilton are the celebrity judges/contestants for this British show. Each week the judges will have an opportunity to bet on the success of various stunts and challenges performed by everyday people in front of a live studio audience. Their bets could potentially earn them big money for the charity of their choice. British comedians Ant and Dec host.
Stay tuned to Reality TV Magazine for more information on these shows as it comes available.
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