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NBC is playing a new guessing game and turning the classic board game Guess Who? into an unscripted TV series.
The broadcast network is in early stages of development on the series with Endemol Shine North America and Hasbro's eOne, according to.
The project has been in the works at Enemol Shine since 2019, though NBC just recently came aboard.
The two-player guessing game was created by Ora and Theo Coster and was first manufactured by Milton Bradley in 1979.
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Each player has a board with 24 different characters, with each player selecting a card with the same 24 characters.
The players must ask questions to eliminate possibilities, though if a player guessing the wrong character they lose the game.
Players can also challenge opponents in what is called the Championship Series, where the first player to win 5 games is the Guess Who? champion.
The game show will follow contestants who have to, 'make snap judgements based on intuition and clues in an effort to win cash prizes.'
Hasbro currently owns the game, which is one of the company's most popular games of all times.
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Guess Who? is currently sold in over 28 countries around the world, with approximately 2 million units sold worldwide each year.
NBC has yet to announce a host for the show, or any further additions to the writing and producing team just yet.
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