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  • Nickelodeon GUTS
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  • GUTS is a 30-minute "action-sports" game show that aired for four seasons on Nickelodeon from 1992 to 1995. Mike O'Malley presided as host; British actress Moira Quirk (often called Mo) was the referee. The show was taped in Universal Studios Florida on Sound Stage 21, which was not part of the Now defunt Nickelodeon Studios Complex but was rented by them. The show was revived on September 15, 2008 with a family edition on Nickelodeon entitled My Family's Got GUTS. Episodes will be produced at Universal Studios Florida, where the original series originated.
  • Nickelodeon GUTS was a video game released for the SNES, based on the popular Nickelodeon game show of the same name.
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  • November 1994
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Starring
Runtime
  • 30.0
Country
  • USA
Genre
  • Action
  • Children's Game show
Type
  • Game
Caption
  • North American box art
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Created
  • Albie Hecht
  • Byron Taylor
  • Scott Fishman
Title
  • Nickelodeon GUTS
System
  • SNES
Class
  • C
First Aired
  • 1992-09-19
no episodes
  • 126
Last Aired
  • 1996-01-14
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Publisher
Network
abstract
  • GUTS is a 30-minute "action-sports" game show that aired for four seasons on Nickelodeon from 1992 to 1995. Mike O'Malley presided as host; British actress Moira Quirk (often called Mo) was the referee. The show was taped in Universal Studios Florida on Sound Stage 21, which was not part of the Now defunt Nickelodeon Studios Complex but was rented by them. The show was revived on September 15, 2008 with a family edition on Nickelodeon entitled My Family's Got GUTS. Episodes will be produced at Universal Studios Florida, where the original series originated.
  • Nickelodeon GUTS was a video game released for the SNES, based on the popular Nickelodeon game show of the same name.