Family Double Dare is a spin-off from Nickelodeon's very long running and popular game show "Double Dare".
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
Family Double Dare - Nickelodeon Games and Sports for Kids - Netflix
Nickelodeon Games and Sports for Kids (stylized as Nick GaS and commonly known as Nick Gas) is a defunct American cable television network that was part of MTV Networks's suite of digital cable channels. The channel was available to all digital cable providers and satellite provider Dish Network. With its focus on classic Nickelodeon game shows (all of which had been removed from the parent network in 2000), Nick GAS was essentially a children's version of (and Viacom's answer to) Game Show Network, which launched on December 1, 1994. The VP/General Manager of the network was Nickelodeon executive Mark Offitzer, producer of numerous Nick specials including the Kids Choice Awards. Summer Sanders was named on-air Commissioner of the network; Dave Aizer (1999–2003) and Vivianne Collins (1999–2003) were the network's original on-air hosts, with Mati Moralejo (2001–05) joining soon after and later on Nadine (2004) and George (2004) separately during commercials.
Family Double Dare - Programs - Netflix
Nick GAS aired every game show broadcast on Nick from the parent network's inception onward, as well as non-game programming such as Salute Your Shorts, Speed Racer X, Scaredy Camp, and Rocket Power (all of which mainly involved extreme sports and competition). The network also aired a one-hour block of video game programming on Saturday nights from 2003–04. Play to Z (mainly re-purposed content from the British Game Network) and Nickelodeon Gamefarm (an original series featuring video game news and competitions) aired during this time. Nick GAS also carried repeats of Nickelodeon Robot Wars, a program adapted from the British original.