The Jace Hall Show

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The Jace Hall Show
Jace Hall Show Logo.jpg
GenreVideo Game Show
Created byJace Hall
Directed byTodd Roy
StarringJace Hall
Todd Roy
Gary Graham
Corey Craig (Seasons 1-2)
Marti Resteghini
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes94
Production
Executive producer(s)Jace Hall
Running time8 to 11 minutes
Release
Original networkCrackle
Original releaseJune 5, 2008 –
October 3, 2012
External links
Website

The Jace Hall Show is a video game show hosted by Jace Hall consisting of interviews with Hollywood celebrities and those involved in the video game industry. The Jace Hall Show is a production of HDFILMS, INC. and is distributed by IGN Entertainment. The complete series is available on Jacehallshow.com and syndicated on Crackle, IGN, Hulu, PlayStation Network, and Xbox Live. Co-starring on the show are Gary Graham, Todd Roy, Corey Craig, Marti Resteghini.[1]

History[edit]

Jace Hall came up with the idea for a show while observing the connection between young Hollywood and the video game industry after creating both his own game company, Monolith Productions and being the senior vice president of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.[2] He wanted to produce an Internet show about the culture of video games, particularly the relationship between Hollywood and games.[1] The Fifth Season concluded on October 3, 2012 and there is yet to be an official announcement on the status of Season 6.

Featured Guests[edit]

Seth MacFarlane starred in the first season of the show, along with Tom Green, Felicia Day, Vida Guerra, Zach Levi, Curt Schilling and Wilmer Valderrama. The second season of the Jace Hall Show starred Katee Sackhoff, Joe Flanigan, Olivia Munn. The third season starred Carl Weathers, Dolph Lundgren, Felicia Day, Laura Vandervoort, and Logan Huffman. The fourth season starred Stan Lee, Randy Pitchford, Cung Le, and Jack Thompson. The fifth season starred Jon Heder, Tay Zonday, and Rick Fox.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Croal, N'Gai (2008-06-04). "Just the FAQs: Level Up Raises the Curtain, Exclusively, on HDFilms' 'The Jace Hall Show'". Newsweek. Archived from the original on October 2, 2008. Retrieved 2009-04-21.
  2. ^ Gaudiosi, John (2004-07-19). "Warner Interactive Aims for Better Film-Game Synergy". Home Media Magazine. Retrieved 2009-04-21.

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