I'd Do Anything (TV series)

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I'd Do Anything
Format Game Show
Presented by George Gray
Country of origin United States
Production
Location(s) Santa Monica, California
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel ESPN
Original run 2002 (2002) – 2005 (2005)
External links
Website

I'd Do Anything is an ESPN reality show hosted by George Gray. The basic plot of the show is that it involves three players trying to win a dream sports reality for a friend.

The series was broadcast Tuesdays on ESPN in 2004, then Monday nights on ESPN2.

Format[edit]

The first three events are to qualify for the final. If you win an event you qualify for the finals. If two players win events, the other player goes home. If one player wins all three qualifying events, they choose their opposition for the final. The events are sports related with a twist. Whoever wins the final gets their sports dream for their friend fulfilled.

Changes[edit]

In 2004, each person had a different sports dream. In 2005, each person had the same sports dream.

UK series[edit]

The show was loosely based on a United Kingdom series of the same title which originally aired on BBC1 and hosted by Ian Wright.

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