Former "Family Matters" star Jaleel White dropped by the fourth hour of "Today" to talk to Kathie Lee and Hoda about "Total Blackout," the recently-renewed game show he hosts on Syfy. White said that while the size of the prize may seem modest, it's a bounty in today's trying economic times.
TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. Yesterday, Syfy announced that they were bringing a version of the popular international game show Total Blackout to the network. Brought to us by FremantleMedia North America, the series has been given an 8-episode order by Syfy. Total Blackout is a comedic game show in which contestants battle each other and their fears in a series of challenges.


Other versions of this game show have aired in Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Russia, Sweden and the Ukraine. See our 400 series, side-channelled blackout system for another means of controlling light bleeding in from the edges of the shades. While sci-fi fans will likely complain that the game show has very little (if anything) to do with science fiction, the format for the show actually sounds pretty fun.
According to Syfy?s announcement, former Family Matters star Jaleel White is set to host the show, which will have contestants facing their fears and fumbling around in the dark as they attempt to complete challenges. Hoping the world would be inspired by her weight loss, the talk show host loaded up a red Radio Flyer wagon with fat and wheeled it onto the stage of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" for viewers to gape at.
All we knew was it was an unscripted show with a surprise host, and they wanted volunteers who had to sign a waiver that they were in good health, etc…I volunteered, although I was not selected.


Here?s actor Jaleel White as he talks about hosting the show and hints at what might be in store for the contestants.
In it contestants enter a completely darkened room while filmed by infrared cameras and have to determine objects just by their other senses – objects that could be alive.



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