Everything old is new again. The iconic game show, “Password,” is back on NBC and next Tuesday, West Brighton’s Luke Timmins is a contestant!. NBC has announced that the legendary game show is back with a fresh new edition starring Jimmy Fallon and hosted by Keke Palmer along with a stellar lineup of celebrity guests including Yvette Nicole Brown, Tony Hale, Jon Hamm, Chelsea Handler, Heidi Klum, Joel McHale, Chrissy Metz, Martin Short, J.B. Smoove and Meghan Trainor.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Password’ On NBC, Jimmy Fallon’s Revival Of The Classic Word Association Game Show
Jimmy Fallon has played Password for years on The Tonight Show, and now he’s made a new standalone version of the classic word association game show, which debuted in 1961 with Allen Ludden as host. Fallon and game show veteran John Quinn are the executive producers; Fallon is a celebrity panelist in every episode, with a rotating set of celebrities taking the other celeb spot. The host is the ever-energetic Keke Palmer. In the first episode, the other celebrity panelist is Jon Hamm. PASSWORD: STREAM IT OR SKIP IT? Opening Shot: Scenes from the different iterations of Password over the past 60 years. Of...
‘Password’ game show with Jimmy Fallon and host Keke Palmer premieres on NBC, how to watch, TV channel, stream for free online
The popular celebrity gameshow from 1961 “Password,” will make its return on Tuesday, August 9 on NBC at 10 p.m. ET. “TV’s most beloved celebrity game show” is back and will feature celebrities who pair with contestants to get them to guess the password by giving them a hint. The two-night premiere event will premiere on Tuesday, August 9 at 10 p.m. ET and Wednesday, August 10 at 9 p.m. ET. on NBC. Viewers without cable can stream the game show on DirecTV Stream and fuboTV. Both streaming services offer free trials. The episodes will also be available to stream the next day on Peacock.
This week, late-night and daytime talk shows are trying their best to keep up with all the news. It's been a busy summer and between vacations and seasonal breaks, some talk shows have struggled to cover everything in entertainment and world news. This week is no exception, as you'll see in the schedule below.
Minutes into its very first episode, the rebooted Password on NBC perfectly makes plain why it isn't going to work. The problem isn't new host Keke Palmer, who brings with her an infectious style and enthusiasm (not to mention the cultural cachet of currently having the #1 movie in theaters). The problem isn't the contestants, nor the game itself. The problem is executive producer and permanent celebrity panelist Jimmy Fallon, who could not be more temperamentally ill-fitted to what Password needs to succeed.
"Password" is back for a brand new season with Keke Palmer hosting and Jimmy Fallon starring alongside a roster of celebrity guests who will appear each week.
Every episode of "South Park" begins with a disclaimer: There might be some celebrity impersonations ahead, and the celebrity probably had nothing to do with it. The animated series has always been known for its biting cultural commentary and has become hugely popular over its two decades-plus on the air, but its irreverent nature has remained in tact. The show continues to be unrelenting in its portrayal of public figures, from Edgar Allan Poe to Britney Spears.
Legendary game show "Password" is returning to NBC for a brand new season hosted by Keke Palmer and starring Jimmy Fallon.