Many shows struggle to find ways to start telling personal stories because there’s no context for the story. Never Have I Ever is a great way to feature character-defining stories and add intrigue to stories. What could be more fun than playing bar games on the air? Ellen DeGeneres played it with guests on her TV show. It’s great to use this tactic during celebrity interviews or to play once in a while between cast members.

This article is about how to execute Never Have I Ever as an interactive feature. Including: 

  • A brief description of the game. 
  • An Ellen DeGeneres example of how to play. 
  • Variations to make it fit for your show.

Never Have I Ever


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