Emojis can be polarizing, with some people constantly using the little drawings and others not caring for them. Love 'em or hate 'em, emojis can be worth money on this comedic game show. Each half-hour episode pits two pairs of contestants against each other in a battle to see which team knows emojis better. The first challenge forces the contestants to decipher a series of pop culture-inspired emoji messages. In the second round, the contestants must send each other strings of emojis that their partners must correctly guess. The winning team then advances to the bonus round, in which the teammates trade off sending and guessing rapid-fire emoji messages. If they beat the bonus round, they take home $10,000. Social media star Hunter March hosts the show, and he has game show hosting in his blood -- grandfather Hal March served as emcee on "The $64,000 Question" in the 1950s.