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GSN draws “The Line” from High Noon Ent.

The traveling game show will give hundreds of people a chance to win cash and prizes by playing games while waiting in line for a shot at answering trivia questions.
July 16, 2014

U.S. cable channel Game Show Network (GSN) has ordered traveling game show The Line from High Noon Entertainment.

Hosted by Jeff Davis of Whose Line is it Anyway?, and Candace Bailey of Attack of the Show, the series will begin production on five episodes from July 19 in Nashville.

The show will travel to different locations and give hundreds people a chance to win cash and prizes by playing a series of games while waiting in line for a shot at answering trivia questions.

The goal is to get to the Trivia Vault at the front of the line, where each contestant can try to win the jackpot by answering eight true/false questions. The jackpot grows as contestants fail to answer their eight questions.

The executive producers on The Line are Jim Berger, Patrick Jager and Michael Dietz.

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