Throughout the game, players will work their way up a money ladder either by answering questions correctly or by confidently giving incorrect answers - and persuading others that they are accurate.
A new challenger mixes next-level bluffing with old-fashioned smarts to take the three panelists on a wild ride they won't soon forget.
Is she really smart or just really good at dishing b.s.? A self-proclaimed trivia nerd proves hard to read for the panel of human lie detectors.
An attorney’s ability to stretch the truth is put to the test. Also, a dad presses his luck and hopes his poker face will help him win big money.
A convincing contestant inches toward the million-dollar prize, answering a bevy of baffling questions — often incorrectly.
This game isn't rocket science, but that doesn't make it easy. The topics range from the Ten Commandments to actors with dirty mouths.
A real-life fraud detector joins the game, hoping to uncover whether a contestant knows her stuff — or if she's full of it.
One competitor closes in on the million-dollar prize while another closes in on the realization that this game isn’t for them.
More contestants chase after life-changing money, doing their best to tackle trivia on everything from Kevin Costner to Cinnabon.
Notting Hill is famous for what type of festival? How did Buzz Aldrin get his name? What animal has the stinkiest farts? Do your best. Take a guess.
The game's first player, a Ph.D. candidate at Stanford, tries to outsmart the challengers. But will a science question lead to his fall?