Television host Ellen DeGeneres is bringing some of the most popular games from her daytime talk show to NBC’s newest reality competition show "Game of Games." Games on the show include Dizzy Dash, Hot Hands, Scary Go Round, Know or Go, Toothpaste Tuba, Blindfolded Musical Chairs, and many more. The pilot of the new comedic Game Show first appeared on the NBC’s network on Monday, December 18, 2017 as a sneak peek to the hour-long primetime show premiering today.

Every Tuesday at 8 PM ET, fans can watch as contestants [VIDEO] chosen from the audience participate in massive obstacles and large drops as they answer questions under pressure and many unknowns.

This is all in a quest to win a massive cash prize of $100,000.

“It’s hilarious to see the panic and fear on their faces if they get the answer wrong,” Ellen DeGeneres told the Washington Post, knowing the possible consequences include being drenched with something gooey or dropped to the stage floor.

Comedy brings everyone together

“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” DJ and sidekick Stephen “tWitch” Boss provides contestants with necessary props to play the games and assists Ellen on the show. "So You Think You Can Dance" veteran “tWitch” has been with Ellen since 2014 and decided to join her in her newest venture into primetime television.

DeGeneres knows the importance of making people laugh and "Game of Games" joins the long list of game shows shown on the NBC network that have been providing viewers with entertainment every night.

Shows such as "The Wall," "Hollywood Game Night," and "The Voice" have become entertaining distractions in comparison to the drama-filled shows that are also on primetime television.

There’s no stopping Ellen DeGeneres

Multi-award-winning television host, producer, writer, actress, and wife are a few of DeGeneres’ titles. Along with her mantra to continue spreading kindness, she has proven to be one of the most hard-working women in the entertainment industry. DeGeneres took a two-week vacation and said she felt better when she was working. Similar to radio personality, television host and producer Ryan Seacrest, DeGeneres thrives when she is at work doing what she loves most. The thrill of obstacles and contestants' reactions will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Watch Ellen’s "Game of Games" primetime game show on NBC premiering with a two-hour episode tonight at 8 PM ET.