Jeopardy GOATs return to play “The Chase” Thursday night on ABC
by: Morgan Poole
Posted: Jan 6, 2021 / 04:26 PM EST / Updated: Jan 6, 2021 / 04:26 PM EST
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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOTV)- Just when you think ABC’s game show line-up can’t get any more exciting, the Jeopardy GOATs are making a grand return! “The race to “The Chase” is on in the series premiere of the new heart-racing quiz show where three competitors must pit their wits and face off against the Chaser, a ruthless quiz genius determined to stop them from winning cash prizes.
Hosted by “The Views” Sara Haines and starring “JEOPARDY! The Greatest of All Time’s James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter as the Chasers, “The Chase” premieres THURSDAY, JAN. 7 at 9 p.m. on My ABC WOTV4!
Here’s a sneak peek!
Episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on Hulu.
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Check out the range of adventures available for little ones across the Broadfields site
As well as the range of holiday activities run by our education coordinators, there’s year-round fun for litle ones here at the Thames Chase Forest Centre.
The Forest Centre is one of the specially-selected venues included in the short breaks for families itinerary by Visit Essex.
Natural play across Broadfields
At the Broadfields site – home of the Forest Centre – there are a range of exciting wooden play structures for children to enjoy, situated throughout the picturesque walks.
Swings, slides and climbing towers
All great visitor attractions have a climbing frame, slide and swing-set combination (that’s what we believe, anyway!) Our rope climbing tower, giant slide and range of swings are great for some safe play at the start or end of any trip through the woods.
The play park is situated beside the Forest Centre and Tree Nursery, making it a great base of operations for a family adventure, playgroup outing or meeting point for friends.
Stepping stone fun in the forest
For those little ones learning to take their first giant leaps into the wilderness, or for the bigger ones wanting to try out some new wellies or walking boots, the stepping stone snakes at the start of the Thames Chase Nature Trail are a fantastic way to begin your woodland adventure.
Enjoy storytime among the trees
Just off the beaten track on the western side of the Broadfields site, you’ll find a wooden story circle hidden within the trees.
Whether it’s a tale you’ve made up, a favourite story from home or even a new book purchased at the Forest Centre shop, storytime has never been quite like this.
The boardwalk over the pond
The iconic boardwalk stands above the pond just beside the entrance to the Forest Centre, offering a serene space to watch the canopy-broken sunlight dance on the rippling water, accompanied by birdsong and buzzing creatures.
If you’re still, you may even see a rabbit or two hop in and out of the hedgerows and bushes nearby.
Play hide and seek in the discovery den
Decorated with engraved leaves and animal decorations, and with a balance beam linking the outside of the covered playhouse, this fantastic structure at the north side of the Broadfields site offers great relief for walkers who have chosen hedgerows and meadows over the forest trail.
With a couple of benches next to the playhouse, and a number of bird boxes in the trees nearby, this provides a perfect pausing point for kids young and old to run off some energy or listen to the sounds of nature.
It is with regret that the Ants Nest, Trusty Oak and Sleeping Logs have been closed and removed. The equipment has succumbed to the many thousands of tiny feet – human and animal! – as well as the elements and has been declared unsafe.
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