Hot Seat

The term hot seat or hotseat can refer to:

  • "Being in the hot seat", an expression for a high-pressure situation in which a great deal of attention and scrutiny is focused on a person or organization
  • Hot seat, a slang term for the electric chair
  • Hotseat (multiplayer mode), a multiplayer mode in computer games, where players take consecutive turns in a single "seat"
  • Hot Seat (talk show), a former syndicated politically oriented talk show in the United States
  • Hot Seat (game show), a former ABC game show in the United States
  • Hot seat, the term used for the contestant's chair on the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
    • Millionaire Hot Seat, the 2009 relaunch of the Australian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?.
  • Hot Seat (G.I. Joe), a fictional character in the G.I. Joe universe

Other articles related to "hot seat":

Milijonar Z Jonasom - Gameplay Rules - Lifelines
... the friends are alerted when their contestant reaches the Hot Seat, and are told to keep the phone free and to wait for three rings before answering ... In the Hot Seat versions of the show, a new lifeline was introduced to replace all existing lifelines Pass True to its name, if a player does not know the answer to the question, they may pass ... If they answer correctly, they retain control of the Hot Seat, and play continues ...
2009 In Australian Television - Events
... returns to Nine with the newly launched title Hot Seat which launches in its 5.30pm ... A few years later, Hot Seat overtook Deal Or No Deal's lead-in the 5.30pm quiz-show battle in the lead-in to the 6pm news with Nine News both winning Sydney and Melbourne respectively ... on 8 June, Barry Soraghan becomes the first person to miss the final question on Millionaire Hot Seat ...

Famous quotes containing the words seat and/or hot:

    A good seat on a horse steals away your opponent’s courage and your onlooker’s heart—what reason is there to attack? Sit like one who has conquered?
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Too hot to go to Church? What about Hell?
    Poster in Dayton, Ohio.