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-'''''I've Got a Secret''''' is a [[panel game]] show produced by [[Mark Goodson]] and [[Bill Todman]] for [[CBS]] [[television]]. Created by comedy writers [[Allan Sherman]] and Howard Merrill, it was a derivative of Goodson-Todman's own panel show ''[[What's My Line?]]'' Instead of [[celebrity]] [[panelist]]s trying to determine a contestant's occupation, the panel tries to determine a contestant's "secret": something that is unusual, amazing, embarrassing, or humorous about that person.+A '''panel game''' or '''panel show''' is a [[radio broadcasting|radio]] or [[television]] [[game show]] in which a panel of celebrities participates.
 +* ''[[Front Page Challenge]]''
 +* ''[[Good News Week]]''
 +* ''[[Hollywood Game Night]]''
 +* ''[[Hollywood Squares]]''
 +* ''[[It's News to Me]]''
 +* ''[[I've Got a Secret]]''
 +* ''[[Match Game]]''
 +* ''[[Password (game show)|Password]]''
 +* ''[[Says You!]]''
 +* ''[[Spicks and Specks (TV series)|Spicks and Specks]]''
 +* ''[[The Debaters]]''
 +* ''[[The Marriage Ref (UK TV series)|The Marriage Ref]]''
 +* ''[[To Tell the Truth]]''
 +* ''[[Wait Wait… Don't Tell Me!]]''
 +* ''[[What's My Line?]]''
 +* ''[[Body Language]]''
 +==See also==
 +*[[Panel discussion]]
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A panel game or panel show is a radio or television game show in which a panel of celebrities participates.


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