Ne-Yo, co-host Chrissy Teigen, contestant Taye Diggs and host LL Cool J on the set of Spike's "Lip Sync Battle," which was renewed for its fourth season.

Ne-Yo, co-host Chrissy Teigen, contestant Taye Diggs and host LL Cool J on the set of Spike's "Lip Sync Battle," which was renewed for its fourth season.

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If you hadn't noticed, retro game shows are all the rage again. 

And some of them are filled with celebrities having all sorts of fun. It helps that the celebrities involved don't mind laughing at themselves. Because that way viewers won't have to feel bad, because we're laughing with them not at them.

Here are five TV shows where you can alternately watch celebrities behaving badly and put in all sorts of precarious positions.

Special guest Mariah Carey and host Jamie Foxx in BEAT SHAZAM airing Thursdays (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. 

Special guest Mariah Carey and host Jamie Foxx in BEAT SHAZAM airing Thursdays (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. 

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Beat Shazam: Host -- and Terrell native -- Jamie Foxx gets to quiz couples on their musical ear as they try to identify a song the quickest after hearing only a few words. Each week, celebrities such as Terrence Howard get to join in on the fun, sometimes acting out the lyrics or even finishing the songs after contestants get answers wrong or right.  The show, which premiered May 31, airs Thursdays on Fox at 7 p.m. 

Lip Sync Battle: I know you've heard about the epic battle in which Channing Tatum channels Beyonce and his wife, Jenna Dewan Tatum, channels him, white tee and all? I hope you've seen the one in which Marvel agents Coulson (Clark Gregg, Avengers) and Carter (Hayley Atwell, Captain America) battle it out for comic-con supremacy? Or that time Mike Tyson punched the light out of  Salt N Pepa's "Push It" while battling Terry Crews with Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles"? Host LL Cool J and (DJ? bartender? cheerleader?) Chrissy Teigen have just as much fun as the celebrities on the series that airs at various times on Spike TV, or one can go down the rabbit hole that's the series' YouTube channel. Pretty good for something that started as a sketch on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Kelly Clarkson vs. Amy Schumer and Bindi Irwin vs. Chrissy Metz were the featured matchups during a recent "Celebrity Family Feud." On the show, celebrities and their friends and families compete to win money for their charities. Host Steve Harvey has a lot of fun on the show, most times at the expense of the celebrities.

Kelly Clarkson vs. Amy Schumer and Bindi Irwin vs. Chrissy Metz were the featured matchups during a recent "Celebrity Family Feud." On the show, celebrities and their friends and families compete to win money for their charities. Host Steve Harvey has a lot of fun on the show, most times at the expense of the celebrities.

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Celebrity Family Feud: Steve Harvey hosts this laugh fest in which he gets to make fun of all sorts of celebrities, from Hollywood to music to sports stars. Viewers get to make fun of them, too, as their answers can sometimes prove how out of touch they can be. The new season premiered Sunday, June 11, with Burleson singer Kelly Clarkson vs. comedian Amy Schumer as one of the head-to-head match-ups. The series continues on Sundays at 7 p.m. on ABC.

It's "Veep vs. The Walking Dead" on "Hollywood Game Night." Matt Walsh, Anna Chlumsky, host Jane Lynch, Lauren Cohan

It's "Veep vs. The Walking Dead" on "Hollywood Game Night." Matt Walsh, Anna Chlumsky, host Jane Lynch, Lauren Cohan

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Hollywood Game Night: Maybe it should be called Hollywood Drunk Night? Jane Lynch hosts TV stars in a home setting with a full bar as they play some imaginative games. It's Veep vs. The Walking Dead on June 22 at 7 p.m. on NBC. 

Battle of the Network Stars: Former Dallas Cowboys standout DeMarcus Ware and MMA fighter-actress Ronda Rousey will serve as team captains in this reboot of the classic series in which celebrities put their game faces on. One can only hope this one takes itself half as seriously as that one did, which wasn't too serious at all. I'm already laughing at the imagined match-ups when it's "TV Sitcoms vs. TV Kids" on June 29 at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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