Program showcases some of the most spectacular contestant eliminations ever seen on TV, including being strapped to the wing of a bi-plane, dropped off the side of a speeding 18-wheeler, or launched sky high by a crate of dynamite, on the series premiere
"You Fuse, You Lose" - "101 Ways to Leave a Game Show" kicks off its wild series premiere Tuesday, June 21 (9 p.m., ET). The stakes are high as players match wits in a series of multiple choice questions, with one person being eliminated every round. The eight contestants must avoid giving a wrong answer that could get them eliminated from the show by either being strapped down to the wing of a soaring bi-plane, dropped off the side of a speeding 18-wheeler, flipped upside down in an exploding car, or launched sky-high by a crate of dynamite. Only the final four contestants who survive will have a showdown -- atop a 10-story drop from "The Tower" -- for a chance at taking home the $50,000 prize.
Nickelodeon's Jeff Sutphen hosts.
"101 Ways to Leave a Game Show" is produced by Endemol USA. Matt Kunitz ("Wipeout," "Fear Factor") is executive producer.