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School's Out

School's Out

Description: School's Out is a BBC television series hosted by Danny Wallace. Based on the premise of school subjects, celebrity contestants are asked questions that they would have been asked at school. Wikipedia
Genre: ["Comedy","Game-Show"]
Year Released: 2006
Number of seasons: 2
Number of episodes: 14
First episode air date: April 5, 2006
Presented By: Danny Wallace
Network: BBC One
Genre: Game show
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