Definition of game show in English:

game show

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noun

A television programme in which people compete to win prizes: [as modifier]: game show contestants a game show host
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  • In this view, networks, from the beginning of television time, should have programmed lots of prime-time game shows.
  • According to reports in the Chinese media, even the hugely popular local soap operas and game shows have had to give way to extended coverage of the Games.
  • It would also have music and game shows as also news bulletins in Telugu and Urdu while plans are in the offing to have news in English too.

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