Cheat! is a TV show on G4 (formerly G4techTV) that provides cheat codes, strategies, and other hidden features for video games. The show is hosted by Kristin Holt, who replaced original host Cory Rouse in November 2004; Rouse was one of the many people involved in the massive firings that resulted from the May 2004 merger of G4 and TechTV. Originally, a single episode of Cheat! would contain segments for various recently released video games. The show now focuses on one game per episode, except for the occasional "Viewer's Request." The show is currently on hiatus, no new episodes have been taped or released since January 2006. It is rumored on the G4 Forums that the show has been canceled, however that has not been officially announced. On April 3, 2006, Cheat! made a slight return to G4, not as a full-length show, but as a one-minute segment called "The G-Spot", shown during commercial breaks. On April 17, 2006, new editions of the Cheat! segment began running, with X-Play's Morgan Webb replacing Holt as the host. The show's hiatus left many questioning whether it would be back or not. The show officially returned in late August 2006.