Cash CabDecember 5, 2005
American version of the game show where unassuming people enter the “Cash Cab” as simple passengers taking a normal taxi ride, only to be shocked when they discover that they're instant contestants! Ben Bailey, the host and driver, then drives them to their destination asking general knowledge questions along the way.
Taxi payantSeptember 3, 2009
Passengers in a specially outfitted taxi are surprised and offered the chance to win money by correctly answering a series of general knowledge or trivia questions on the way to their destination.
Drive ShareJanuary 30, 2017
Comedy show focusing on the drivers and bizarre passengers who use the world’s most popular ride share app.
Cash Cab ChicagoFebruary 14, 2011
Cash Cab: Chicago is a spin-off series, hosted by comedian Beth Melewski, and using the same rules as its New York counterpart. The series was cancelled after one season.
Cash Cab: After DarkAugust 8, 2007
Cash Cab: After Dark is a spin-off of the Discovery Channel series that aired in 2007. The contestants were picked up near or after sunset as well as overnight and the cash value of the questions was double that of the regular version of the show. The questions were usually more difficult than the daytime version.
Cash CabSeptember 10, 2008
Canadian English version of the game show where unsuspecting members of the public hail a cab and find they're playing for money - if they can keep answering questions correctly before they reach their destination. Too many incorrect answers and they may just be walking the rest of the way.
Cash Cab is an Australian music trivia game show hosted by James Kerley, except for the third season, where he was replaced by Charlie Pickering. The first two seasons of the series were filmed in Melbourne, with the third being based in Perth and the fourth being currently based in the Gold Coast. The program airs on the Australian subscription television music channel, Channel [V].
Contestants are asked several trivia questions in various verbal, audio and video based questions for the duration of their trip. After being asked 5 questions, players are asked to choose The Loot or the Boot. Contestants have the opportunity to keep "the loot" they have won so far, or trade it all, depending on how many questions they answered correctly, for what is "in the boot". Boot prizes may be worth substantially more or substantially less than their current winnings. By choosing "the boot," the contestant's winnings are reset to $0 and the prize is theirs to keep, even if they use up their three strikes. On rare occasions, the host may give an opportunity to the contestant to win some of their money back by doing a 30-second dare relating to their substantially less valuable "boot" prize. Contestants are entitled to 2 "Shout Outs", one 30 second phone call to a friend on the phone or to ask someone random off the street that they are travelling on. When contestants reach their destination, they are asked if they want to "Double or Nothing" in which they can choose to walk away with what cash they have won, or to sit and watch a video clip and be asked an observation-based question. If they correctly answer, they walk away with double the winnings of the trip, but if they get it wrong, they walk away with nothing. A parody of this show appears on Balls of Steel Australia which is also hosted by Kerley.
Cash CabJune 13, 2005
British version of the game show where unsuspecting members of the public hail a cab and find they're playing for thousands of pounds - if they can keep answering questions correctly before they reach their destination. If they don't, they may just be walking the rest of the way.