Game shows are a great way to bring people together. This is true of events where either teams vie against one another, couples work together or where people work individually. All of these are in a game show environment.
Game shows with individuals competing get the crowd bonding and identifying with the contestants. They cheer for the eforts of individuals as they compete with one another. And depending on the attitude of the contestant, people will generally appreciate their attitude.
Game shows with individuals include Jeopardy, Trivia, Minute To Win It and similar contests.
Game shows with couples competing either have two people working together or answering questions about one another.
Pulling together they are usually doing some kind of activity, like in a Minute to Win It. Answering questions about one another is like a "Newlywed Game" or "Password".
Other game shows have teams compete against one another. The team dynamic works to try to achieve victory over another team. In games like the Family Feud, the team works together, as well as individually, to win. The games like a mini-olympiad get them pulling together for more physical challenges.
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