History Creator / GSN

14th Jan '16 11:00:13 AM themisterfree
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* 20Q * Series/AmericanBibleChallenge * As Seen On... (series that basically consisted of clips) * Series/{{Baggage}} * Big Saturday Night * Bingo America (semi-revival of ''Series/NationalBingoNight'', using the same ball cage) * Black And White Overnite (also known as "Sunday Night In Black & White") * Burt Luddin's Love Buffet * Camouflage (hidden words rather than hidden pictures) * Carnie Wilson: Unstapled * [[Series/{{Gambit}} Catch 21]] (revival of ''Gambit'') * Series/ChainReaction (revival of 1980s-90s game show) * Series/TheChase (update of the UK show) * Chuck Woolery: Naturally Stoned * Club A.M. (and its successor, GSN Live) * Series/{{Cram}} * DJ Games * Decades (and its revival, ''Super Decades'') * Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza * Extreme Gong (revival of ''Series/TheGongShow'') * Fake-A-Date * Faux Pause (essentially ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' with game shows, only really terrible) * Series/FriendOrFoe? * Grand Slam (US debut of a British format) * Series/{{Hellevator}} * Hollywood Showdown * Series/HowMuchIsEnough * Idiotest * Series/{{Inquizition}} * Series/LateNightLiars * Series/{{Lingo}} (revivals of 1980s game show) * Lovers Lounge * Mall Masters * The Money List (revival of FOX's one-and-done ''The Rich List'') * National Lampoon's Funny Money * Series/TheNewlywedGame (2009 revival) * Series/OneVersusAHundred (Carrie Ann Inaba revival) * [=PlayMania=] * [[Series/{{Pyramid}} The Pyramid]] (2012 revival) * Series/RussianRoulette * Series/ThatsTheQuestion * Throut And Neck * Trivia Track * Series/{{Whammy}}! (revival of the 1980s ''Series/PressYourLuck'') * When Did That Happen? * Series/WinTuition
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* 20Q ''20Q'' * Series/AmericanBibleChallenge ''Series/AmericanBibleChallenge'' * As ''As Seen On... On...'' (series that basically consisted of clips) * Series/{{Baggage}} ''Series/{{Baggage}}'' * Big ''Big Saturday Night Night'' * Bingo America ''Bingo America'' (semi-revival of ''Series/NationalBingoNight'', using the same ball cage) * Black ''Black And White Overnite Overnite'' (also known as "Sunday Night In Black & White") * Burt ''Burt Luddin's Love Buffet Buffet'' * Camouflage ''Camouflage'' (hidden words rather than hidden pictures) * Carnie ''Carnie Wilson: Unstapled Unstapled'' * [[Series/{{Gambit}} ''[[Series/{{Gambit}} Catch 21]] 21]]'' (revival of ''Gambit'') * Series/ChainReaction ''Series/ChainReaction'' (revival of 1980s-90s game show) * Series/TheChase ''Series/TheChase'' (update of the UK show) * Chuck ''Chuck Woolery: Naturally Stoned Stoned'' * Club ''Club A.M. '' (and its successor, GSN Live) ''GSN Live'') * Series/{{Cram}} ''Series/{{Cram}}'' * DJ Games ''DJ Games'' * Decades ''Decades'' (and its revival, ''Super Decades'') * Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza ''Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza'' * Extreme Gong ''Extreme Gong'' (revival of ''Series/TheGongShow'') * Fake-A-Date ''Fake-A-Date'' * Faux Pause ''Faux Pause'' (essentially ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' with game shows, only really terrible) * Series/FriendOrFoe? ''Series/FriendOrFoe?'' * Grand Slam ''Grand Slam'' (US debut of a British format) * Series/{{Hellevator}} ''Series/{{Hellevator}}'' * Hollywood Showdown ''Hollywood Showdown'' * Series/HowMuchIsEnough ''Series/HowMuchIsEnough'' * Idiotest ''Idiotest'' * Series/{{Inquizition}} ''Series/{{Inquizition}}'' * Series/LateNightLiars ''Series/LateNightLiars'' * Series/{{Lingo}} ''Series/{{Lingo}}'' (revivals of 1980s game show) * Lovers Lounge ''Lovers Lounge'' * Mall Masters ''Mall Masters'' * The ''The Money List List'' (revival of FOX's one-and-done ''The Rich List'') * National ''National Lampoon's Funny Money Money'' * Series/TheNewlywedGame ''Series/TheNewlywedGame'' (2009 revival) * Series/OneVersusAHundred ''Series/OneVersusAHundred'' (Carrie Ann Inaba revival) * [=PlayMania=] ''[=PlayMania=]'' * [[Series/{{Pyramid}} ''[[Series/{{Pyramid}} The Pyramid]] Pyramid]]'' (2012 revival) * Series/RussianRoulette ''Series/RussianRoulette'' * Series/ThatsTheQuestion ''Series/ThatsTheQuestion'' * Throut ''Throut And Neck Neck'' * Trivia Track ''Trivia Track'' * Series/{{Whammy}}! ''Series/{{Whammy}}!'' (revival of the 1980s ''Series/PressYourLuck'') * When ''When Did That Happen? Happen?'' * Series/WinTuition''Series/WinTuition''
17th Nov '15 5:38:07 PM jameygamer
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In 2015, the network gained competition in the form of Buzzr, a new digital subchannel network run by Creator/FremantleMedia.
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In 2015, the network gained competition in the form of Buzzr, a new digital subchannel network run by Creator/FremantleMedia. Buzzr is airing the programs they own that are not part of GSN's lineup outside of ''Series/MatchGame'', and is currently in several markets with a planned nationwide rollout.
31st Oct '15 5:47:07 AM WarriorSparrow
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* Series/{{Hellevator}}
21st Sep '15 12:00:45 AM Gimere
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* LoversLounge
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* LoversLoungeLovers Lounge
6th Aug '15 4:01:10 PM Gimere
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* BlackAndWhiteOvernite (also known as "Sunday Night In Black & White")
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* BlackAndWhiteOvernite Black And White Overnite (also known as "Sunday Night In Black & White")

** They at least had the decency not to crunch ''LetsMakeADeal'' (since Monty Hall made mini-deals with the audience throughout the credits) or some of the ''BlackAndWhiteOvernite'' shows. * KidsBlock: During GSN's heyday, "Kids Zone", a block of kids/teen episodes of adult game shows (e.g., "Teen Week" of ''Wheel of Fortune''), kids versions of adult game shows (e.g., ''[[TheJokersWild Joker! Joker! Joker!]]'', ''Jep!'' and ''Wheel 2000'') and kids-only programs (''Juvenile Jury'', ''The Quiz Kids Challenge'') was aired on Saturday mornings.
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** They at least had the decency not to crunch ''LetsMakeADeal'' ''Series/LetsMakeADeal'' (since Monty Hall made mini-deals with the audience throughout the credits) or some of the ''BlackAndWhiteOvernite'' ''Black And White Overnite'' shows. * KidsBlock: During GSN's heyday, "Kids Zone", a block of kids/teen episodes of adult game shows (e.g., "Teen Week" of ''Wheel of Fortune''), kids versions of adult game shows (e.g., ''[[TheJokersWild ''[[Series/TheJokersWild Joker! Joker! Joker!]]'', ''Jep!'' and ''Wheel 2000'') and kids-only programs (''Juvenile Jury'', ''The Quiz Kids Challenge'') was aired on Saturday mornings.
27th Jun '15 1:12:19 PM Gimere
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In 2015, the network gained competition in the form of Buzzr, a new digital subchannel network run by FremantleMedia.
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In 2015, the network gained competition in the form of Buzzr, a new digital subchannel network run by FremantleMedia.Creator/FremantleMedia.
10th Jun '15 2:09:00 AM WarioBarker
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The current schedule is sometimes criticized by fans for relying too much on fairly recent material (''Series/OneVersusAHundred'', ''Series/DealOrNoDeal'', the Richard Karn / John O'Hurley / Steve Harvey seasons of ''Family Feud'') and material that doesn't quite qualify as game shows (''High Stakes Poker'', ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'', ''Family Trade'').
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The current schedule is sometimes criticized by fans for relying too much on fairly recent material (''Series/OneVersusAHundred'', ''Series/DealOrNoDeal'', (''Series/DealOrNoDeal'', the Richard Karn / John O'Hurley / Sherri Shepherd version of ''Series/TheNewlywedGame'', the Steve Harvey seasons of ''Family Feud'') and material that doesn't quite qualify as game shows (''High Stakes Poker'', ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'', ''Family Trade'').


** From 1999-2001, the credits were horizontally crunched for a brief promo, with the show on the right side and from 2001-04, both show and promo in square boxes. In both cases, everything was still legible.
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** From 1999-2001, the credits were horizontally crunched for a brief promo, with the show on the right side and from 2001-04, both show and promo in square boxes. In both cases, everything was still legible.legible and the show generally .

* KidsBlock: During GSN's heyday, "Kids Zone," a block of kids/teen episodes of adult game shows (e.g., "Teen Week" of ''Wheel of Fortune''), kids versions of adult game shows (e.g., ''[[TheJokersWild Joker! Joker! Joker!]]'', ''Jep!'' and ''Wheel 2000'') and kids-only programs (''Juvenile Jury'', ''The Quiz Kids Challenge'') was aired on Saturday mornings. ** These programs often included commentary cut in by the "GSN Ball" and an adult host (usually when an announcer would stumble over copy, host-contestant interaction, the kids were being themselves, etc.), which most viewers found very annoying instead of cute or humorous. * TheRemake: Done often to obscurities. The Woolery-hosted revival of ''Lingo'' was by far the best received, while ''Catch 21'' is considered a worthy ''Gambit'' revamp with minimal changes to what had been a winning format and ''Chain Reaction'' returned the mental agility that was the Instant Reaction bonus game. ''Extreme Gong'' and Bill Engvall's ''Lingo'', on the other hand...
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* KidsBlock: During GSN's heyday, "Kids Zone," Zone", a block of kids/teen episodes of adult game shows (e.g., "Teen Week" of ''Wheel of Fortune''), kids versions of adult game shows (e.g., ''[[TheJokersWild Joker! Joker! Joker!]]'', ''Jep!'' and ''Wheel 2000'') and kids-only programs (''Juvenile Jury'', ''The Quiz Kids Challenge'') was aired on Saturday mornings. ** These After the "Dark Period" ended in 1998, these programs often included commentary cut in by the "GSN a "Junior GSN Ball" and an adult host Adrian R'Mante (usually when an announcer would stumble over copy, host-contestant interaction, the kids were being themselves, etc.), which most viewers found very annoying instead of cute or humorous. * TheRemake: Done often to obscurities. The Woolery-hosted revival of ''Lingo'' was by far the best received, while ''Catch 21'' is considered a worthy ''Gambit'' revamp with minimal changes to what had been a winning format (along with being heralded as Creator/MerrillHeatter's return to TV after nearly 20 years) and the Dylan Lane-hosted ''Chain Reaction'' returned the mental agility that was the Instant Reaction bonus game. ''Extreme Gong'' and Bill Engvall's ''Lingo'', on the other hand...
3rd Jun '15 5:44:10 PM Lirodon
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In 2015, the network gained competition in the form of Buzzr, a new digital subchannel network run by FremantleMedia.
22nd May '15 3:01:51 PM Morgenthaler
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* Bingo America (semi-revival of ''NationalBingoNight'', using the same ball cage)
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* Bingo America (semi-revival of ''NationalBingoNight'', ''Series/NationalBingoNight'', using the same ball cage)
11th May '15 3:35:11 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ThatsTheQuestion
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* ThatsTheQuestionSeries/ThatsTheQuestion
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