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Neil Patrick Harris hosts the exciting new game show Genius Junior, which celebrates the brightest children in America. This one-hour competition series is the ultimate test of intelligence and endurance. Twelve teams of the most incredible children in the country, ages 8 to 12, will take the stage to compete in a series of increasingly complex quizzes with the goal of being crowned Genius Junior. The average adult relies on Google Maps to get them to their destination, their calculator for simple math problems and autocorrect for spelling errors. What if they had to memorize the entire U.S. highway system, do mind-bending math equations or spell incredibly complex words - backwards - all on their own? What if they had to do this against the clock? The talented "Genius Junior" cast members will tackle these and other challenging scenarios.Over four rounds, with each round tougher than the last, teams of three will have to work together to beat the competition. Each episode's winning team will then get to take on The Cortex - the toughest test of smarts on the planet - to build up their prize fund. It's not enough to win a spelling bee, be a mathlete or even a memory champion. To win "Genius Junior", you have to be brilliant at everything. The winning team will take home a "Genius Junior" grant that will set the stage for a big and bright future that lies ahead.
The kids of the Dork Side and Team On-a-Roll compete in four rounds - Human GPS, Number Cruncher, Talking Dictionary and Memory Master - in hopes of moving on to The Cortex and the semifinals.
Victoria, Tyler and Melody of "The Brainy Bunch" go up against Ethan, Devananda and Connor of "The Superlatives." In a "Genius Junior" first, siblings will face off against one another - twins Tyler and Ethan. In the Human GPS round, contestants must memorize the New York City subway routes, before moving on to Number Cruncher, Talking Dictionary, Memory Master and ultimately "The Cortex," the ultimate test of all-around smarts.
Teams of super-intelligent 12 year olds test their smarts.
Vinay, Lillian and Bryan of "The FOGS" go up against "Michi, Jackson and Ugochi of "Geeks on Fleek." Contestants memorize the intricacies of the San Francisco streets for the Human GPS round. The FOGS nominate Vinay as their "super brain" to handle the Number Cruncher round. Then, the teams take on Talking Dictionary and ultimately, "The Cortex," the final test of all around smarts.
Nile, Reagan and Akshansh of "Legen Wait For It dary" take on Treasure, Sebastian and Apoorva of "The Fast and the Curious." For the Human GPS round, contestants memorize Greyhound bus routes across the United States, before moving onto Number Cruncher, where Akshansh plays as the Super Brain for his team, while Apoorva plays as the Super Brain for her team. The teams then take on Talking Dictionary then ultimately, "The Cortex."
Anna, Vivek and Summer from "27 Yards" take on Nolan, Eashani and Jack from "Wicked Smaht." In the Human GPS round, contestants memorize the complex array of galleries included in the Smithsonian collection, before moving on to Number Cruncher and Talking Dictionary. The winning team moves on to "The Cortex," an overall test of intelligence.
The kids of the Brainy Bunch and the Dork Side compete in four rounds - Human GPS, Number Cruncher, Talking Dictionary and Memory Master - in hopes of moving on to The Cortex and the finals, where a big cash prize is at stake.
The kids of Geeks on Fleek and 99 Problems but Brains Ain't One compete in four rounds - Human GPS, Number Cruncher, Talking Dictionary and Memory Master - in hopes of moving on to The Cortex and the finals, where a big cash prize is at stake.
In the third semi-finals show, Anna, Vivek and Summer of "27 Yards" go up against Treasure, Sebastian and Apoorva of "The Fast and The Curious." Contestants must memorize the various sections of the Titanic for the Human GPS round, before taking on Number Cruncher, Talking Dictionary and Memory Master. Apoorva is the "Super Brain" for her team on the Number Cruncher while Vivek is the "Super Brain" for Talking Dictionary.
Three teams head for the finals. Ashley, Rodrigo and Shivani of "The Dork Side" will face Treasure, Sebastian and Apoorva of "The Fast and the Curious," along with Michi, Jackson and Ugochi of "Geeks on Fleek." In the Human GPS round, finalists memorize the constellations. One team is eliminated and two will face off for Extreme Number Cruncher and then a complex Talking Dictionary. Ultimately, the teams take on the toughest Cortex ever.
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