I Know It
The quick-fire game show “I know It” demands sharp minds, swift fingers and a competitive spirit from the four contestants who must answer 44 questions over three rounds to win in this fun, family-friendly format.
The quick-fire game show “I know It” demands sharp minds, swift fingers and a competitive spirit from the four contestants who must answer 44 questions over three rounds to win. The quiz, anchored by a charismatic host who brings out the drama, has proven its success in 600 episodes since its launch.
After selecting questions by picking letters from the alphabet, contestants must guess each answer, with one of the letters revealed on the screen as a clue. Answers may be one or several words, ranging from regular daily objects to the names of TV shows and films or personalities from sport and culture.
With only 10 seconds to give an answer, the pressure can easily lead to simple mistakes, to the amusement of the host and their competitors. If the answer is wrong, their rivals must be quick on the buzzer to give their response. The points decrease with each wrong answer until the solution is revealed.
The two contestants with the highest points compete in a final round, with 200 points for each question from five categories. As the show approaches its conclusion, the tension builds. With the pressure of the studio lights, winning the prize will take strong nerves and an agile mind.