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Steve Harvey is one of dozens of celebrities hosting game shows these days. (Image: Triple Threat Productions)

For thousands of years, humans have loved watching competitions. We may have moved on from gladiators and jousting, but competition still remains one of the most popular and universal forms of entertainment. We also love seeing our favorite celebrities on our TV screens, which is why the following celebrity-hosted game shows are perfect for giving you a dose of star power with plenty of edge-of-your-seat competition.

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Game shows have been a favorite since televisions became commonplace. Many of our favorite game shows on this list have been on air in some form for decades. Whether an old standby or a new creation, there are dozens of shows to choose from on a variety of streaming platforms. We’ve created this guide to help you find where to watch every celebrity-hosted game show available on major streaming services. Check out our favorite picks below and the full guide further down.

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‘Celebrity Family Feud,’ Hosted by Steve Harvey

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Race car driver James Hinchcliffe got up close and personal with “Celebrity Family Feud” host Steve Harvey. (Image: Triple Threat Productions)

If you’re looking for not only a celebrity-hosted game show, but also a lot of celebs all in one place, look no further than ABC’s “Celebrity Family Feud.” Longtime host Steve Harvey has become a TV icon, and each episode features him playfully quizzing groups of stars competing as “families” to win money for the charity of their choice. The 2023 season featured the casts of “Yellowjackets” and “The Haunted Mansion,” the Real Housewives of Atlanta facing off against the Real Housewives of Orange County, WWE’s women against its men, and more.

You can get all the episodes from the current season of “Celebrity Family Feud” on Hulu and fuboTV.

‘Deal or No Deal,’ Hosted by Howie Mandel

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Howie Mandel is the intermediary between contestants and the Banker on “Deal or No Deal.” (Image: Endemol Shine North America)

“Deal or No Deal” is returning to NBC in early 2024 with a “Survivor”-inspired theme called “Deal or No Deal Island.” Moving away from the dated “suitcase models” format, contestants are invited to the Banker’s private island. The show promises plenty of twists and turns as the Banker makes the rules and forces players to race to locate 100 suitcases with varying amounts of money hidden across the island.

The usual “Deal or No Deal” host, Howie Mandel — a comedian, actor, and the voice of Gizmo in “Gremlins” — is only producing this version. Actor Joe Manganiello steps in as host for “Deal or No Deal Island.”

You can catch up on all the previous episodes of “Deal or No Deal” on Amazon Prime Video.

‘Jeopardy!,’ Hosted by Ken Jennings

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Ken Jennings went from being one of the winningest contestants of all time to the host of “Jeopardy!” (Image: Sony Pictures Television)

Most of us grew up with Alex Trebek as the host of “Jeopardy!,” but after the star’s death in 2020, Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik took over as rotating co-hosts. Because of the WGA strike, however, Bialik chose to temporarily step down as host in May 2023, leaving Jennings as the only host for the final 20 episodes of Season 39. Jennings went on to host Season 40 solo, and it was later announced Bialik would be leaving the series. The new episodes are reusing past clues and featuring former contestants due to impacts from the since-resolved writers strike.

You can stream select episodes of “Jeopardy!” on Pluto TV, or check out our guide to watching CBS without cable (local network varies by region).

‘Press Your Luck,’ Hosted by Elizabeth Banks

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Elizabeth Banks brought “Press Your Luck” into the modern era as both host and executive producer. Her husband is also a producer on the show. (Image: Fremantle)

Some of you may recognize Elizabeth Banks, the comedic host of “Press Your Luck,” from her roles in “The Hunger Games” and “Pitch Perfect.” The beloved game show, which was reformatted from its original 1980s version by Banks in 2019, has players spin for trivia questions in hopes of winning big cash prizes — only to occasionally have it all taken away. Season 5 of the Banks-hosted version was scheduled to drop in June, but was pushed back to the fall as networks stockpiled reality shows amidst the writers and actors strikes.

The new season is now airing on ABC, and you can watch previous episodes from seasons 1 to 4 on Hulu.

‘The Price is Right,’ Hosted by Drew Carey

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Drew Carey took over “The Price is Right” hosting duties from the late Bob Barker. (Image: The Price is Right Productions, Inc.)

Although Season 51 — yes, 51! — of “The Price is Right” ended in the spring of 2023, there are a variety of ways to catch up on anything you may have missed. Those episodes were the last to be shot at the iconic Bob Barker Studio 33. Longtime host Drew Carey, who has held the post since taking over for the late Barker in 2007, moved with the show to Haven Studios for Season 52, which premiered in September.

You can watch all eight episodes from the most recent season of “The Price is Right at Night” and two primetime specials from the summer with our guide to watching the show without cable.

‘Wheel of Fortune,’ Hosted by Ryan Seacrest

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Ryan Seacrest is set to take over as host of “Wheel of Fortune” in 2024. (Image: Fremantle North America)

There’s a major change coming to “Wheel of Fortune.” Co-hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White have been the faces of the show since 1983, but Sajak recently announced his retirement following Season 41 in June 2024. Sajak will officially hand over the reins to new host Ryan Seacrest for Season 42. White’s long-term future with the show is up in the air.

“Wheel of Fortune” is available on your local ABC, CBS, FOX, or NBC affiliate, depending on where you live. Check out our full guide to picking up local stations without cable.

There are many more celebrity-hosted game shows than those highlighted above. Here’s every other game show on the air with a celeb emcee.

Show Host Where to Stream
“25 Words or Less” Meredith Vieira Tubi TV
“America Says” John Michael Higgins fuboTV
“Beat Shazam” Jamie Foxx fuboTV, Hulu
“Blank Slate” Mario Lopez Game Show Network
“Card Sharks” Joel McHale Freevee
“Celebrity Squares” DC Young Fly fuboTV
“College Bowl” Peyton Manning Peacock
“Don’t Forget the Lyrics” Niecy Nash Tubi TV
“Family Feud” Steve Harvey Over-the-air (ABC, CBS)
“Generation Gap” Kelly Ripa Hulu
“Holey Moley” Stephen Curry Hulu
“I Can See Your Voice” Ken Jeong Hulu, Tubi TV
“Lego Masters” Will Arnett Hulu, Tubi TV
“Let’s Make a Deal” Wayne Brady Paramount Plus
“Lingo” RuPaul fuboTV, Paramount Plus
“Master Minds” Brooke Burns fuboTV
“Name That Tune” Jane Krakowski fuboTV, Hulu
“People Puzzler” Leah Remini DIRECTV, fuboTV
“Password” Keke Palmer Peacock
“Person, Place, or Thing” Melissa Peterman fuboTV, Tubi TV
“Pictionary” Jerry O’Connell fuboTV
“Raid the Cage” Damon Wayans Jr. and Jeannie Mai Jenkins Paramount Plus
“Snake Oil” David Spade Hulu
“Split Second” John Michael Higgins fuboTV
“Superfan” Keltie Knight fuboTV, Paramount Plus
“The 100,000 Pyramid” Michael Strahan fuboTV, Hulu
“The Chase” Brooke Burns fuboTV, Hulu
“The Cube” Dwyane Wade Max
“The Final Straw” Janelle James fuboTV, Hulu
“The Floor” Rob Lowe fuboTV, Hulu
“The Mole” Alex Wagner Netflix
“The Wall” Chris Hardwick fuboTV
“To Tell the Truth” Anthony Anderson Hulu
“That’s My Jam” Jimmy Fallon fuboTV, Peacock
“Tug of Words” Samantha Harris fuboTV
“Weakest Link” Jane Lynch fuboTV, Peacock
“Wipeout” John Cena Max
“You Bet Your Life” Jay Leno Over-the-air (local stations)

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