TVB has announced the tenth series premiere of their highly popular award-winning game show, Super Trio <獎門人>! The tenth series, hosted by Eric Tsang (曾志偉), is currently planned for a May 26, 2013 premiere on TVB Jade.
The series, tentatively titled, Super Trio Game Master 2013 <一家大細獎門人>, will be used to commemorate Eric’s 60th birthday. TVB has ordered 20 episodes for the show, and with the addition of new entertaining games and a revamped format, the TVB family hopes to bring together past and present celebrity guests to star on the hilarious game series.
All of Eric’s past assistant presenters of Super Trio is slated to return to host this series together. Co-presenters include original hosts Jordan Chan (陳小春) and Jerry Lamb (林曉峰), Chin Kar Lok (錢嘉樂), Lan Sai (蘭茜), Wong Cho Lam (王祖藍), Louis Yuen (阮兆祥), King Kong (金剛), Elvina Kong (江欣燕), and EO2’s Otto Wong (王志安).
Debuting in 1995, Super Trio remains as one of Hong Kong’s longest-running variety game show in history. The entertainment variety program engages their celebrity guests to perform comedic skits together, such as improvisations, quizzes, and stunts. Viewership ratings for each weekly episode are consistently high, with averages of over 30 points.
To celebrate the show’s long-running success, a Super Trio Best Awards Ceremony is planned to be held before the premiere of the new series. Airing as the series’ first episode, the awards will include short episodic reels of classic moments from the first nine installments. Award categories include the Most Frequent Guest Star Award, the Best Spicy Food Eater Award, the Most Loyal Award, the Best Enemies Award, and others.
The tenth series will also debut a new game format, which will separate into three different categories – one for children, one for adults, and one for seniors. The goal of the new format is to target a wider selection of audiences, and to give out prizes that will correspond to the different audiences.
In addition to new games, the news series will also incorporate classic, well-received games from previous installments. Such games include the Super Ping Pong Game – a game in which players are to answer questions while they play tennis table – and the Super Marathon Game – a rhyming challenge.
Several episodes in the show will also be shot at overseas locations, including Japan and Southeast Asian countries.
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