Families, get ready to enjoy some good old-fashioned fun. “Beat the Clock,” the game show which initially aired in the 1950s, makes its return to television, premiering on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 7:30/6:30 p.m. central on Universal Kids. While the show has seen several iterations over the years, the newest version, hosted by entertainer reporter Paul Costabile, has kids and their adult relatives racing against the clock to win money competing in some wacky challenges.
As host, Costabile may be counting the seconds, but it’s his wife, pop sensation Christina Perri, who has always been an expert when it comes to time. He and the "A Thousand Years" singer made news recently when they welcomed their first child into the world this past January.
The year is off to a good start for the pair, as Costabile now takes center stage as emcee of the new show. If time flies when you’re having fun, then you’re not going to want to miss a moment of this.
Teams will use their skill, form a strategy and test their luck, in a family-friendly environment full of open minds and flourishing imaginations. The revival of “Beat the Clock” from FremantleMedia North America begins tonight. Tune in 7:30/6:30 p.m. central to Universal Kids to catch its debut.