tWitch Chats 'Ellen's Game Of Games' & Becoming An Executive Producer For 'The Ellen Show' | CPTV

tWitch has done it all! Fans love watching the dancer bring his moves on Ellen, along with his hosting abilities on Game Of Games!


After Ellen's workplace scandal was exposed last year, the talk show host offered tWitch an executive producer position!

"It has been an incredible honor...I get to come into the morning briefing. It's great to be on the other side of the camera as well, so I can really get to see all of the ins and outs when it comes to creating a really successful daytime television show."

tWitch has also made his way to primetime television on Ellen's game show, Ellen's Game of Games.

"You can watch it with family, you can watch it with friends and have a good time and really have moment of escapism and return to childhood roots of playing games. I think that's what 'Game of Games' provides as a space, especially for adults, is to realize there is a lighter side of life."

Finally, we got an inside scoop on tWitch's viral TikTok videos, where you can catch him dancing with the whole family!

"This is the time that, you know, we wouldn't have had otherwise, right, so we're just relishing in that."

You can watch tWitch weekdays on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and on Game of Games Sundays on NBC.

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