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Gladiators 2000 was a spinoff television show of American Gladiators. It was co-hosted by 13-year-old Maria Sansone (later Valarie Rae Miller) and 20-year-old Ryan Seacrest. It premiered in 1994 and was syndicated nationwide weekly. In Gladiators 2000, child competitors would team up with an American Gladiator coach and compete by running through a series of obstacles, and answering questions on various subjects along the way.

The show ran for 52 episodes. However, all of the original co-hosts are still active in the television industry, most notably, Seacrest, who became the host of Fox's hit TV series American Idol in 2002. Gladiators 2000 was produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions in association with Four Point Entertainment.