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Click (US)

Click (US)


Click was a game show created & produced by Merv Griffin. It was teen oriented series based on Computers and sites and surfing the Internet. It was set in a studio to look like the workings of a computer. It was a quiz type game show that asked several different questions concerning the Internet in 3 rounds with a Bonus round for the winners. It began with 3 teams of 2 teenagers on each team. Some of the categories included email, websites, computer dictionary, spell check, instant messaging and home page. The series was hosted by the eventual host of American Idol, Ryan Seacrest. Ryan also had a co-hostess on the show in season 1 it was Amber Bonasso and in season 2 it was Amber Willenborg.
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Cast
Ryan SeacrestRyan Seacrest
As Himself/Host
Amber BonassoAmber Bonasso
As Herself - Co-Hostess/Announcer (S01)
Amber WillenborgAmber Willenborg
As Herself - Co-Hostess/Announcer (S02)
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Crew

Executive Producer: Merv Griffin
Producer: Ernest Chambers
Associate Producer: Bryan Lord
Casting: Amy Wohl Arbuss
Second Assistant Director: Brenda Mcintyre
Staff Writer: Andrew Price (1)
Camera Operator: Joe Sloane, Ray Reynolds, Corey Kimball, Marc Hunter, Paul Wileman

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Warning: Click (US) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Game Show
Genre: Family | Tech/Gaming | Teens
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 06, 1997
Ended: August, 1999
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