I've Got a Secret
|I've Got a Secret|
|Premiere||June 19, 1952|
|Network/Provider|| CBS (1952-1967, 1976),|
|Style||30-minute game show|
|Company|| Goodson-Todman Productions,|
Telecast Enterprises Inc. (1953-1966)
I've Got a Secret is a game show featuring celebrities attempting to guess the secrets of guests. The show is a spinoff of What's My Line?
The contestant introduced whispers his/her secret to the moderator and it is shown to the studio and home audiences. Each panelist now has one minute to ask questions regarding the secret. The contestant wins $20 for each panelist that cannot guess the secret. The final segment involves a celebrity guest.
This edition ran until 1966. A syndicated edition with Steve Allen as host cropped up in 1972 and ran one season. Bill Cullen hosted a 1976 summer-run edition for CBS. Stephanie Miller hosted a 2001 edition for the cable channel Oxygen, and Bill Dwyer hosted another revival for GSN in 2006.
Goodson-Todman Productions produced the series, which is now distributed by Fremantle North America due to that company's ownership of the Goodson-Todman catalogue.
|Steve Allen||1964-1967, 1972-1973|
|Bill Cullen||1976 summer run|
- At a Glance: Additional information about the series
There are no DVD releases for this show.