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This is another revival of To Tell The Truth. It did not last very long because of a shortage of hosts. Richard Kline was the pilot's host, and Mark Goodson was the substitute host. Gordon Elliott was the first host but had major contract problems and had to leave after 8 weeks. Lynn Swann was a panelist that became the interim host. Alex Trebek hosted after that while hosting 2 other game shows. This is the second attempt to modernize the set since the 1980 version was very different from the previous versions. It might remind you of some of the Jeopardy! sets. This time it was blue with the To Tell The Truth sign and this time it was lighted. The background behind the panelists appeared to have changed several times. The theme is a modernized remix of the original music.

Genres: Interview
Station: NBC (US)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Canceled/Ended
End: May/31/1991

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