Name That Tune is a music quiz show of America that airs on television. The series featured contestants attempting to accurately identify songs played by an on-stage orchestra or band. It was devised and produced by orchestra director Harry Salter and his wife Roberta Semple Salter.
Name That Tune debuted on the NBC Radio Network in 1952 and ran through 1954. It then moved to television on the same network in 1953. The television series was taken up by CBS in the summers of 1953 and aired until 1959.
A syndication resurrection with Richard Hayes as host followed in 1970, but the second rebirth in 1974 was even more popular. The weekly syndicated offering, which began airing in 1974, employed a new type of show and, beginning in 1976, gave a top reward of $100,000 to a lucky winner (after which the show was dubbed The $100,000). This series, which aired through 1981 and started airing biweekly during its last season, was presented by Tom Kennedy.
During the run of Kennedy’s sitcom, two attempts were made to resurrect it for network television, both on NBC, where it originated. The first of these programs, hosted by Dennis James, aired daily in the daytime for five months in 1974 and ended soon after the new year in 1975. A second daily morning series with Kennedy as host was created in 1977, but it, too, was short-lived, being scrapped after six months.
Name That Tune Season 2 Story
Each hour-long episode features two full games, each with two fresh contestants competing for cash in two rounds. Each round, if one of the contestants makes an inaccurate response, the opponent has an opportunity to steal the cash. Bid-a- Note is usually played as the second round; the winner keeps all their prizes and proceeds to the Golden Medley for a luck to earn up to $100,000 more. In all first-round games, the tunes are played as toss-ups, with each contestant having the opportunity to buzz in; one tune also gives a bonus reward, which the competitor keeps regardless of the game’s ultimate conclusion.
Except for those that make up the title, all lyrics are sung in the first round. Each game consists of six tunes, with the first tune costing $1,000 and each succeeding tune increasing in value by that amount. Some songs that both candidates missed are deleted from the show. Some of the games are By Request, Mixtape, On Shuffle, Remix’d, Spin Me Around, Title Track, and Bid a Note.
Name That Tune Season 2 Release Date
After the release of the show’s first season, it gives a nostalgic feeling for many of the fans of the 80s version of this game show. It is exciting and really fun to watch. In January 2021, this game show returned with a new show, host, and cast but the fun remains the same. After the first season fans demand another season, which creators accept and renew the show for another season. It is an official announcement by the show’s developers that the show is getting its second season and will be releasing its first episode on 29th March 2022.
This time this popular musical game show, hosted by Jane Krakowski, puts participants’ musical skills to the test as they compete for cash and prizes in a variety of hard musical activities. Two participants compete against the clock to see how well they know songs played by a live band led by Randy Jackson. Before the iconic bid-a-note round, each contest features a spinning range of games from the original format. The player who has the most money at the end of the bid-a-note round wins the game and advances his or her bank to the golden medley bonus round, where they can win more money and possibly the $100,000 grand prize.
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|Name That Tune Season 1 Release Date||January 6, 2021|
|Name That Tune Season 2 Release Date||March 29, 2022|
Where To Watch Name That Tune?
Currently, Hulu is providing the streaming service for Name that tune season one. For season 2 NBC will air the program and after that Hulu might acquire the streaming rights just like they did with season one.