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Hulk Hogan Signs On to Judge Kiddie Game Show ... For Real

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 15th 2010 5:00PM
Hulk HoganHulk Hogan has conquered the world of professional wrestling, dropped a smackdown on reality TV and now has his sights set on ... a game show for kids? That's right, Hogan will play judge on a new live-action game show appropriately titled 'Hogan's Court.'

You're puzzled, we know -- so are we. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hogan will preside over common sibling disputes. Examples include: 'Are your brother's shoes stinking up the house?' and 'Is your sister hogging all the bathroom time?'

"I am really looking forward to developing such an entertaining series with great production partners," Hogan said in a statement. "We want this to be one of those rare shows that kids and their families can watch together, and all find something to laugh about."

The series, from Skywriter Media and Entertainment Group, Positive Productions and Lenz Entertainment, is planning for 26 half-hour episodes for its first season. The target demographic is kids 8-12 years old. 'Hogan's Court' is still in development.

Now we can't get the image of Hogan ripping open a brightly colored robe out of our heads.

Tell us: Is this an awesome idea or the makings of a train wreck?

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Richard Ott

The last time Nickelodeon tried a court show was
in 1991 with "Kids' Court", and it failed in the
ratings. What's going to be different about Hogan's
Court? I'm not even going to speculate whether or
not his relationship with Dixie Carter & Eric
Bischoff in TNA Wrestling has gone sour, but if it's
not, why is Hulk Hogan getting his own court show?
He must've learned a lot from his experience with
Mr. McMahon in another court drama about steroids,
so what would hr say if he saw Hulk Hogan on his
own court show, today?

September 16 2010 at 11:48 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
kruler smith

The Rock...i mean hulk hogan is getting just so old.

September 16 2010 at 12:43 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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