Jackpot is a television game show produced by Bob Stewart which saw contestants attempting to solve riddles in order to win cash and prizes. Jackpot made its.
ABC: 1986 - 1986 This was a short-lived word game show where words and phrases and names are not If they can solve that puzzle, the contestant won the jackpot which started at and grew by that amount until won.
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Jackpot game show 1986 - basketball games
Touches like these helped market the program to a demographic of younger women and teenagers. Both pilots were produced at the NBC Studios in Burbank, the first such project ever produced on the West Coast by Bob Stewart Productions. On each puzzle, one player tried to solve the first half, while the other player tried to solve the second half. Initially, if the Expert solved a Jackpot Riddle and last three digits of the Jackpot matched the Target Number, the players whoever asked the Jackpot Riddle and whoever answered it split the Super Jackpot. Letterman would read the first riddle of the day to the team who lost the previous game or if it were the first show of the week, the civilians. There were three other changes made when the Super Jackpot rule changed. Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising.