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‘Frogger’ Video Game Jumps Onto Peacock as a Physical Competition Series

‘Frogger’ Video Game Jumps Onto Peacock as a Physical Competition Series

‘Frogger’ Video Game Jumps Onto Peacock as a Physical Competition Series

If you’ve ever wanted to be inside the iconic video game Frogger, you’re going to love this.

Peacock has ordered 13 hour-long episodes of a physical competition series based on the popular game, which was introduced by Konami in 1981.

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Frogger‘s contestants will face 12 obstacle courses (“crossings”) and “dodge treacherous traffic, leap over snapping gators and hop over hungry hippos.” They’ll have to use skill, strength, strategy, and problem-solving smarts to win the cash prize and become “America’s finest Frogger.”

The video game has been a worldwide phenomenon since it debuted, and its library spans more than 30 titles across various platforms. It was also featured on Seinfeld, in a 1998 episode in which George (Jason Alexander) was determined to remain the high score on the game — even after unplugging it in the pizza parlor. What followed was George playing a real-life game of Frogger to move it across the street … only to fail.

Peacock’s competition series is produced by Eureka Productions in partnership with Konami Cross Media NY, Inc. Chris Culvenor and Paul Franklin will executive produce for Eureka Productions.

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