Kirk Fogg

Legends of the Hidden Temple host Kirk Fogg on new TV movie, possibly reviving show

It’s been over 20 years since the last journey through Legends of the Hidden Temple, but the beloved Nickelodeon game show is now back on the network with a TV movie and a new group of kids.

After breaking away from a dull tour at a reenactment park in the Mexican jungle, which happens to be home to a legendary temple, three siblings find themselves trying to navigate through familiar challenges and foes to make it out alive. Returning for the action-adventure are old favorites, like the silver snakes, Olmec, and host Kirk Fogg.

Read Full Story

The Legends of the Hidden Temple: 5 things we learned at New York Comic Con

Legends of the Hidden Temple is getting a second life as a live-action TV movie, and Nickelodeon gathered its younger cast members, as well as the original ’90s game show’s host, for a panel at New York Comic Con.

Kirk Fogg was joined on the panel by actors Isabela Moner, Colin Critchley, Jet Jurgensmeyer, and the voice of Olmec himself, Dee Bradley Baker, as well as Michael Sammaciccia, one of the executive producers on the film.

Read Full Story

Legends of the Hidden Temple movie trailer brings Olmec to life

Over the Moat and across the Steps of Knowledge, to the Hidden Temple we go, when The Legends of the Hidden Temple TV movie premieres on Nov. 26.

However, unlike the game show on which it’s based, the 90-minute Nickelodeon flick won’t feature teams of kids competing for a shot to win treasure.

Read Full Story

Kirk Fogg returning to Legends of the Hidden Temple

Pete and Pete. Tommy and Chuckie. Olmec and Kirk Fogg. At least one pair from ‘90s Nickelodeon will be reunited once again.

Kirk Fogg, the host of Nickelodeon’s iconic ‘90s game show Legends of the Hidden Temple, has joined the cast of the network’s upcoming live-action TV movie inspired by the 1993 program. Fogg will play “a key figure in the new movie in a role that pays homage to his duties in the classic Nick series,” according to the network.

Read Full Story