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List of American game shows

The following is a list of game shows that air and have aired in the United States. Currently-airing shows are in bold type.

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General game and quiz shows

0-9

A–C

D–F

G–J

K–O

P–R

S–T

U–Z

Panel games

Dating/relationship

Kids, teens, and college

Reality television

Shows local to a particular state

Note: See List of televised quiz bowl programs for a listing of televised local quiz bowl game shows.

California

Florida

Illinois

Indiana

Louisiana

  • N.O. It Alls (1993–1996)
  • We Play Baton Rouge (1980s)

Maryland

  • High Stakes (Circa 1976)

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

  • 21 Cards (2009–present)

Missouri

Nebraska

  • The Council of Bluffs (1989; Aired on WOWT, the NBC affiliate in Omaha)

New York

North Carolina

  • Sqrambled Scuares (Circa 1999, 2002–present; Called Scrambled Squares until circa 2006)

Ohio

Oklahoma

  • Mind Games College & High School (2010–present)
  • The Oklahoma Lottery Game Show (2007-2008)

Oregon

Pennsylvania

  • The Pennsylvania Game (1996–present)

Tennessee

  • Spellround (1960s)

Washington

  • The Great American Game (1970s)

Wisconsin

Powerball Lottery States

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