Charlotte Payne is looking for love but she has yet to meet Mr. Right. When she joins an online dating site, Charlotte takes a 100-question compatibility test -- and each one requires her to recount a humorous time in her life.
Runtime: 30 minutes
100 Questions - 100% (game show) - Netflix
100% is a television game show that was shown in the United Kingdom from 31 March 1997, the day after the inception of its host television station Channel 5, till 24 December 2001. A Reg Grundy production, it was often billed as “The game show without a host” although it had a presenter, Robin Houston. He read the questions off-screen throughout the show and was never seen by the viewers. The maximum number of shows that were produced in one day was twelve, although the normal recording day saw ten shows being produced. The reason for such a high number was to amortise the production costs. In the spinoff called 100% Gold it was presented by Melinda Walker. In its original format, three players would take three seconds or less to push buttons on the set corresponding to the multiple-choice answers of 100 general-knowledge questions. Although pulling in reasonable ratings for the channel, it was dropped as part of a station revamp just before 2002.
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