VIP Noche

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VIP Noche was a popular 1990s game show in the Spanish Telecinco network, originally presented by the Spanish TV producer Emilio Aragón Álvarez. In the show, the Spanish version of Hollywood Squares, national stars and comedians were seated in a vertical Tic-tac-toe boardgame, and they had to face questions from the anchorman, without being able to see the whole picture of the game. The first team in completing a line won the game.

Due to the success in its native country, Telecinco remade a version for kids (VIP Guay).