Breaking News – A new Ahmad Rashad-hosted game show “Tug of Words” premieres November 8 at 4:30 p.m. ET on Game Show Network
|[10/07/21 – 07:30 AM]
New Ahmad Rashad-hosted game show “Tug of Words” premieres November 8 at 4:30 p.m. ET on Game Show Network
The series is a fast paced game where two teams compete against each other to correctly answer the word clue questions and pull the flag over the “tug of war” to their side.
|[via press release from GSN]|
TUG OF WORDS premieres Monday, November 8 at 4:30 p.m. ET on Game Show Network and airs weekdays.
ABOUT TUG OF WORDS
From the production team behind “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire”, TUG OF WORDS is a fast-paced game where two teams compete against each other to correctly answer word clue questions and pull the flag off the “shooting rope. to the rope “on their side. In the first round, each answer consists of changing a single letter of the word that appears on the board. For example, with “TUG” on the board, the response to the index “a label inside a garment” is “LABEL”, and with “LABEL” then on the board, the response to the index “j ‘hope the neighbors upstairs are’ t learn this dance ‘is’ TAP.’ On each turn, an extra letter is added, creating four- and five-letter words to solve. The team with the flag on their side after three rounds wins the game, qualifying them for the bonus round where they have the opportunity to compete for $ 10,000.
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