10/10Match Game

Match Game, a game show that has been operating since the 1960s, has undergone numerous reboots and restarts, all of which centre on the same basic idea: contestants must come up with answers to fill-in-the-blank questions.

9/10Pyramid

Pyramid is another long-running game show that has undergone numerous reboots, but it doesn't fare much better on our list.

8/10Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader? may be summed up as the programme that makes every adult on the planet feel stupid for not knowing the random information that the American educational system feeds its children.

7/10Let's Make A Deal

Let's Make A Deal is one of the more entertaining and energetic game shows, and that is saying a lot because every viewer is typically dressed up and jumping or screaming all the time (or both).

6/10Deal or No Deal

The fact that everything about this show is a gamble rather than a game earns it a middle slot on our list for the second consecutive game show about negotiating deals.

5/10Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

Everyone, and that is the idea. In contrast to Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? asks a simple question, but the programme is everything but simple.

4/10Wheel of Fortune

As Wheel of Fortune has been a mainstay in American culture since the 1970s and currently holds the record for the nation's longest-running syndicated game show, we're starting to get into the great ones.

3/10The Price is Right

Match Game, a game show that has been operating since the 1960s, has undergone numerous reboots and restarts, all of which centre on the same basic idea: contestants must come up with answers to fill-in-the-blank questions.

2/10Jeopardy!

For the time being, disregard that hypothesis because Jeopardy! manages to come in at number two on our list despite being anything but that.

1/10Family Feud

Game shows appear to do their hardest to locate the craziest and most insane participants, but what about when they discover entire families who are that crazily insane?