Players answer trivia questions on top of a skyscraper in a major metropolitan city for $1 million in cash and prizes.

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Series cast summary:
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Players answer trivia questions on top of a skyscraper in a major metropolitan city for $1 million in cash and prizes.

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22 June 2010 (USA)  »

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As clearly stated in the intro by host Chris Jericho, the objects falling off the side of the building in each segment are replicas, not the actual prizes to be won by the contestants. See more »

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Fun variation on "Pyramid"
30 July 2010 | by (Chicago, Illinois) – See all my reviews

This show looks like it's a lot of fun. I'm a trivia geek and seem to do quite well while watching at home. I don't know how I'd do with the actual game on the line. For those of you not up to date on "Downfall": a contestant is attached to a harness that is attached to a crane. The contestant stands next to a conveyor belt with a variety of prizes and cash on it. As the contestant has to list some items in a given category (similar to "The $20,000 Pyramid"), the belt moves, sending the prizes over the edge of the building that the contestant is standing on. A panic button sits on a podium in front of the contestant that can be hit twice to stop the belt. The contestant can also put a personal item on the belt or a "panic buddy" on the belt if they hit the button. However, if the money goes over the edge, the contestant gets dumped over the edge.

The host is wrestler Chris Jericho and he actually comes across as likable, a complete 180° from his wrestling persona. Also, as has been stated here and on the show, replicas representing the actual prizes (except the contestants' personal items) are sent over the edge of the building. Thus, no need to get upset about expensive items being destroyed for entertainment purposes. I hope this lasts a while, it looks enjoyable.

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