(WVUE) - Nickelodeon's game show hit "Double Dare" gears up for a special return.
The network announced it will air a commemorative half-hour special in honor of the show's 30th anniversary. The show will reunite familiar faces including host Marc Summers.
The special airing will feature old clips with new behind-the-scenes footage from games taped earlier this year.
"Double Dare was the show for a particular generation," said Summers.
The show's concept pit two teams against each other in the fight for cash and prizes by answering trivia questions and complete messy physical challenges.
Earlier this year, the network brought Summers to San Diego Comic-Con for a live edition of "Double Dare" that was streamed live to Facebook.
The show premiered in 1986 and ran for more than 500 episodes until 1993. It was revived for another brief run in 2000.
Kids from the '80s and '90s can get a dose of nostalgia when it airs November 23.
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A trip to Neverland
Oh the memories! Paris Jackson takes a trip back home to Neverland.
The King of Pop's daughter posted a video online of herself petting some of the animals on the southern California ranch. She also documented the trip with some photos on Instagram.
Neverland has been in limbo since Michael Jackson's death in 2009.
The estate features a train station, a six bedrooms, a movie theater, a pool and a tennis and basketball court.
A nod to New Orleans
First Beyonce' and now Solange wants to show the world her take on New Orleans.
Her new video "Don't Touch My Hair" features New Orleans City Park's Peristyle which is seen at the :21 mark. The video is one of two released so far off the new album "A Seat at the Table."
Along with local scenery, the star used local dancers in the video and features hometown natives Master P and Lil' Wayne on the album.
Solange says when she first started the project she felt "tired and broken."
She tells a fan on Twitter that "Cranes In the Sky" was written eight years ago in her hotel room after feeling very low and it now feels good to release it.
Celebrities couldn't hold back their excitement. Many A-list stars took to social media to congratulate "Solo" on the new music including big sis Beyonce'.
The album has 21 tracks.
Check out a preview of the album here.