The Hollywood Game is a prime time game show hosted by Bob Goen that ran for four weeks on CBS during the summer of 1992. It involved two teams of two contestants each, who answered trivia questions about film and television. In most rounds, the teams chose trivia categories that were represented by the nine letters in "H-O-L-L-Y-W-O-O-D". Peter Allen hosted the pilot, which taped on May 14, 1991. However, he was too ill to host the series and died the day before its premiere. The show was taped at CBS Television City's Studio 33 and was the first game show John Cramer announced. The Hollywood Game was the last game show to air in primetime until Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
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