Double Dare 2000
Title card used throughout the series


Jason Harris


Tiffany Phillips


January 22, 2000 – November 10, 2000



No. of Episodes


Double Dare 2000 is the first revival of the original Nickelodeon game show Double Dare. Episodes began airing on January 22, 2000.

History[edit | edit source]

Double Dare 2000 was officially announced on December 20, 1999, to begin airing the next month.[1] It was also announced that there would be a new host, Jason Harris. Original host, Marc Summers, would only return to the show as a consultant for the show. However, many of the original show's creative and production team alumni returned for the show.

Production began at Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida beginning on January 5, 2000. The show aired a sneak peak during the SNICK House programming block on January 22, 2000, later beginning in its regular time slot on January 24, 2000.

During the "back to" and "up next" bumpers of Double Dare 2000 on Nick GAS, the show's tagline was, "The Mess For The New Millennium".

Changes[edit | edit source]

Double Dare 2000 followed the Family Double Dare format with a revamped set and bigger physical challenges. It also featured the new "Triple Dare Challenge" option in round two (which would be worth $300 and an additional prize), introduced "goooze", and renamed the obstacle course to the "Slopstacle Course". Five episodes were shot in high definition with a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9 as a promotion for sponsor Sony.

Cancellation[edit | edit source]

The show aired its final episode of season 2 on November 10, 2000. The show was later cancelled the next month.

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