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Game Changer Watchlist
Dropout TV's Game Changer
// "Game Changer fixed my brain" - Definitely A Real Person, 31 years old
Anula Wiwatowska
Nov 20, 2023
bullet2 min read
Published on November 20, 2023

Has the world got you feeling down? Has the sheen of life rusted away like the hood of a 1994 Commodore? Try the innovative new treatment, Game Changer!

Wipe that fake smile off your face Pagliacci, the only clowns you’ll need are the ones performing in the game show where the game changes every time, streaming exclusively on Dropout.

Let this modern play on the Whose Line Is It Anyway? formula transport you from your dismal reality to one with spontaneous musicals, uncomfortable opportunities, and innuendo-offs. In each episode, host Sam Reich surprises a panel of comedians with a new game. As the guests are forced to figure out the rules on the fly, they must improvise their way to success (or outrageously hilarious failure.)

Game Changer is specifically designed to make your misery pit uninhabitable. College Humor’s breakthrough game show formula delivers a bearded, bespectacled man in a pinstripe suit, to fish-hook you up by the sides of your mouth.

Don’t take our word for it, here’s what one of our test subjects had to say about Game Changer:

“I felt joy for the first time in days watching Game Changer! Of course, agonising reality settled back in after the episode ended, but there are plenty more where that came from!”

- Anula W (31)

Anula Wiwatowska, Social Media Editor

If you’re willing to try anything to warm up the cold abyss of existence, then Game Changer could be right for you!

The only way to begin is by beginning, so begin your Game Changer journey today.

Warning: Game Changer is not clinically proven to cure depression. Regular consumption of Game Changer may alleviate symptoms. Side effects of Game Changer are common and include spontaneous laughter, drinks bursting through your nose, irrational euphoria, mild discomfort, one-more-episode insomnia, hysteria, wandering womb syndrome, cottonmouth, and an ongoing subscription of $9.17/mth.

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  • Whose Line is it Anyway?: Stream it on ABC iview
🏆 Game Changer is one of's best TV shows of the year.
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Anula Wiwatowska
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Anula Wiwatowska
Anula is the Content and Social Media Editor within the extended universe, writing across and WhistleOut. Working in the tech space since 2020, she covers phone and internet plans, gadgets, smart devices, and the intersection of technology and lifestyle. After a year in the sector, Anula was shortlisted for Best New Journalist at the IT Journalism Awards in 2021. Apart from putting serious words on the internet, Anula strategises and creates social-first content, and researches by getting lost in TikTok for hours on end. If she isn’t in front of her computer, you’ll find Anula drawing somewhere cozy, pretending that she knows how to use power tools in the yard, or playing with her dog with a strong martini in one hand.

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