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''The Cube'' is a popular British game show that first aired in late 2009 on ITV. It's setup was very similar to ''Minute to Win It'', where every episode, one contestant would try to finish a series of challenges using common household objects and gradually win more and more money. It was a huge hit when it was released and received many awards and international versions.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cube_(game_show) Wikipedia page]</ref>
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''The Cube'' is a popular British game show, that first aired in late 2009, on ITV. Its setup was very similar to ''Minute to Win It'', where in every episode, one contestant would try to finish a series of challenges, using common household objects, and gradually win more money. It was a huge hit, when it was released and received many awards and international versions.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cube_(game_show) Wikipedia page]</ref>
  
'''A U.S. pilot for the show''' was made for CBS some time in early 2010 with Neil Patrick Harris as the host<ref>[http://www.thewrap.com/neil-patrick-harris-steps-cube-cbs-13647/ Article on NPH hosting The Cube]</ref>, but it was never picked up and consequently never aired.
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'''A U.S. pilot for the show''' was made for CBS some time in early 2010 with Neil Patrick Harris, as the host<ref>[http://www.thewrap.com/neil-patrick-harris-steps-cube-cbs-13647/ Article on NPH hosting The Cube]</ref>, but it was never picked up and consequently, never aired.
  
The only existing footage of this pilot is part of the show's intro where Neil asks if "you have what it takes to beat The Cube" which can be found below. Other than that, the only other information available is that the top prize was $500,000.
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The only existing footage of this pilot is part of the show's intro, where Neil asks if "you have what it takes to beat The Cube" which can be found below. Other than that, the only other information available is that the top prize was $500,000.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:54, 12 April 2017

TheCubetitle.JPG

The show's title card.

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The Cube is a popular British game show, that first aired in late 2009, on ITV. Its setup was very similar to Minute to Win It, where in every episode, one contestant would try to finish a series of challenges, using common household objects, and gradually win more money. It was a huge hit, when it was released and received many awards and international versions.[1]

A U.S. pilot for the show was made for CBS some time in early 2010 with Neil Patrick Harris, as the host[2], but it was never picked up and consequently, never aired.

The only existing footage of this pilot is part of the show's intro, where Neil asks if "you have what it takes to beat The Cube" which can be found below. Other than that, the only other information available is that the top prize was $500,000.

Gallery

The clip.

References