Jeopardy!'s newest Theme Tune, though we never hear more than 20 seconds of it at any given time. Unless, say, the producers add an extra-long credit roll to vamp for lost time, and we hear about two minutes' worth...
Not a traditional soundtrack, but a lot of the songs from Whose Line Is It Anyway?, especially if Wayne Brady is involved.
His operasongs. The opera song at the end of "Songs of The Western" in particular, for Wayne's ultrahigh note at the end, as well as the most epic gargling ever. Brad even manages to gargle in tune.
Brad singing a ballad to a girl named Niroshi, the Political Science and Economics major... We'll put on some sun-tan looooshiii. A lot of the songs from Drew Careys Improvaganza.
From 1988-2002 The BBC had a policital program called On The Record; this was its opening. Not only is the music cool, it has Victoria Tower (a.k.a Big Ben, though that's the name of the bell) transformed into a crocodile in it..
As a gift to their viewers for helping raise over for charity, Jimmy Fallon had Stephen Colbert perform the infamous Rebecca Black song Friday live on his show, along with The Roots and Taylor Hicks, creating what is probably the single most epic musical number in late-night comedy history.
Jeux sans frontières (Games without Frontiers or Games Without Borders) was a Europe-wide television game show. The theme song has two parts, and both are awesome. Youtube link. If you are from Europe and grew up in The '90s, it will bring heart-warming tears in your eyes. The first part is the Prelude from Marc-Antoine Charpentier's Te Deum, written near the end of the 17th century. It is often known as "the Eurovision theme" as it was adopted as the ident of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) / Union européenne de radio-télévision (UER) and has played at the start of every Eurovision Song Contest. It is no less awesome for any of this.
The theme toWipeout. Manages to be silly and badass in the same fifty seconds, perfectly capturing the transition from the silly qualifier to the serious Wipeout Zone.
Classic Concentration, which ran from 1987 to 1991, has one of the classiest music packages in the medium.
Say whatever you want about the creator of the show himself, but when separating an "artist" (for lack of a better term) from their work, you have to admit that the theme song for Jim'll Fix It is actually very beautiful in itself.
If you want some Taiwanese game show theme tunes, try out Hao Pen Io which is a catchy and jovial tune that is essentially Wipeout in 1990s Taiwan.