23May2013
Author
Alex Davis
Category
Cable, New Show
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ABC Orders Word Game “Spell-Mageddon”

Cable networks across the board are seeing the value of game shows: they’re cheap and tend to do well.  ABC Family is getting back into our genre with the pick-up of Spell-Mageddon.  The Hollywood Reporter exclusively revealed the story earlier today.  The series has been described as Wipeout meets a spelling bee.  Contestants are challenged to spell increasingly difficult words while coping with equally difficult and hilarious distractions.  If you’ve checked out Los Angeles-based Craigslist contestant calls recently, odds are, you’ve seen something about this.  The series will debut Wednesday, July 24th, at 9:00PM ET.

Does it sound like something you’d watch?

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Alex Davis is an award winning writer and producer based out of Pittsburgh, PA, who works out of New York, Los Angeles, and London. Alex is the head writer and editor for BuzzerBlog and is the president and head of development of 5Hole Productions, specializing in unscripted formats for television and internet play.

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Discussion

3 responses to "ABC Orders Word Game “Spell-Mageddon”"

  • Darren says:

    Now if contestants had to enter an obstacle course to retrieve the letters needed to spell a word, that’d be something.

    “Whaddaya mean ‘definite’ doesn’t have an A?!” [runs back in for replacement letter]

  • Morgan says:

    This sounds horrible…. Killer Karaoke doesn’t work, and this probably won’t either.

  • Ken in Hong Kong says:

    “Million Dollar Password” was a better concept than this, and we saw how long it lasted.

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