Nickelodeon returns this summer the hit game series "Double Dare" of the 80s and 90s. The network announced on Wednesday that the competition show will get a fresh start, with 40 new episodes in which participants will participate in slimy and messy physical challenges.
In a statement, Nickelodeon promised: "With & # 39; Double Dare & # 39 ;, remaining an iconic touchstone for its original Millennium audience, the new version will capture the gameplay and challenges they remember, as well as the appearances of Blasts from the past and stars of today. "
As a refresher, the show features two teams participating in trivial and stunt competitions, as well as a steeplechase to win prizes. The press release reminds fans of the human hamster wheel, the giant mouth, the wringers and the double-dare nose ̵
"Double Dare" was Nickelodeon's longest running game show, aired from 1986 to 1993 with retired moderator Marc Summer, who included "Super Sloppy Double Dare" in 1989 and "Family Double Dare" in 1988. Jason Harris moderated the short film reboot "Double Dare 2000".
Nickelodeon has not announced a host for the latest version of the series.
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