Catch It Keep It

Catch It Keep It
Genre Game / Reality / Science / Engineering
Presented by Zach Selwyn
Mike Senese
Theme music composer Zach Selwyn
Opening theme "Catch It Keep It" on YouTube
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10
Production company(s) True Entertainment
Broadcast
Original channel Science Channel
Original run July 17, 2009 – present
External links
Website

Catch It Keep It is an American game show and reality television series hosted by Zach Selwyn and Mike Senese. It is broadcast on the Science Channel and premiered on July 17, 2009. In each episode a three member team has 48 hours to build a contraption that will save their prize from destruction.[1]

Premise

At the beginning of the competition, Mike Senese, the "Engineer of Destruction", demonstrates how he will attempt to destroy the prize. The team is then given one hour to plan before spending the remaining time on construction. At checkpoints before the deadline, the design's integrity may be tested. The team wins if the contraption passes all tests and prevents Senese from destroying the prize.

On some episodes, Senese works concurrently on his own design to save the prize, typically using a different approach than the team. If the team fails the prize will be set up again for Senese to attempt his method. However, if Senese's design also fails the prize is awarded to the team.

See also

References

  1. ^ Silver, Curtis (2009-07-17). "Cringe Worthy Destruction in Store on Catch It Keep It".  

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