Double Dare

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  • 2018
  • 7.4  (2,147)

Double Dare was a game show that aired on Nickelodeon from 1986 to 1988, hosted by Marc Summers. The show featured two teams of kids competing against each other in a series of physical challenges and trivia questions to win prizes. John Harvey served as the announcer and Robin Marrella was the scorekeeper.

The show's format involved two teams of two kids each, competing in various messy physical challenges such as 'Pie in the Pants," "The Sundae Slide," or "The Human Hamster Wheel." The winning team would earn points towards answering trivia questions in the game's second half, with the chance to win even more prizes.

The show was known for its use of slime, whipped cream, and other messy substances that were often a staple of the physical challenges. Additionally, contestants would often need to navigate various obstacle courses, complete a series of tasks while blindfolded, and even dig through giant piles of slime to find hidden prizes.

Along with its physical challenges, Double Dare also incorporated trivia questions as part of its gameplay. These questions covered a variety of subjects, from science and math to pop culture and music. Contestants would have to buzz in as quickly as possible to answer the question, with correct answers earning points towards the final prize.

One of the most memorable aspects of Double Dare was the use of physical challenges and stage design to create a sense of fun and whimsy. The show's set was often brightly colored and cartoonish, with oversized props and decorations to create a playful atmosphere. The challenges themselves were designed to be entertaining and often humorous, with contestants struggling to complete tasks such as carrying an oversized sandwich across a slippery surface or racing to inflate a giant balloon as quickly as possible.

The show's popularity led to several spin-offs and adaptations, including Super Sloppy Double Dare and Family Double Dare. These shows expanded on the original formula by including more teams and introducing new challenges, but still maintained the core gameplay elements of the original Double Dare.

Overall, Double Dare was a beloved game show that captured the imagination of kids and adults alike during its run on Nickelodeon. Its enduring popularity has led to several revivals and adaptations over the years, including a recent reboot airing on Nickelodeon in 2018.

Double Dare is a series that is currently running and has 2000 seasons (311 episodes). The series first aired on June 25, 2018.

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DD2K Episode 67
6. DD2K Episode 67
September 10, 2000
Last aired episode of the series. The two Nick shows, ""Taina"" and ""Noah Knows Best"" competed against eachother.
DD2K Episode 4
5. DD2K Episode 4
January 27, 2000
Summary is not available.
DD2K Episode 3
4. DD2K Episode 3
January 26, 2000
Summary is not available.
DD2K Episode 2
3. DD2K Episode 2
January 25, 2000
Summary is not available.
DD2K Episode 1
2. DD2K Episode 1
January 24, 2000
Summary is not available.
DD2K Sneak Peek Episode
1. DD2K Sneak Peek Episode
January 22, 2000
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Where to Watch Double Dare
Double Dare is available for streaming on the Nickelodeon website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Double Dare on demand at Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    June 25, 2018
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (2,147)