Go For It (lost Nickelodeon game show pilot; early 1990s)

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An overhead picture of the set.

Status: Lost

Go For It is a lost game show pilot that was taped at Nickelodeon Studios at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida between 1997-1999, and we can confirm this in the Best of NSF video, where at 02:54 we can see the name of the show right in the year 1997, indicating that this could be the year that the pilot was recorded It is unknown why it was not greenlit by Nickelodeon.

There is currently no video footage of the pilot that exists, and the only evidence of the pilot's existence is a picture of the set on the website of the production designer of the pilot, Diane Stapleton, who notably also worked on other Nickelodeon shows such as Weinerville, Roundhouse, and Get The Picture.[1]

According to the website, the game show had children contestants playing on an over-scaled game board, with the kids being the play pieces, with intellectual and physical games being played as well.

The website also mentions that the pilot was a predecessor to "GUTS", which could mean that the pilot was not greenlit in favor of "GUTS".

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