List of programs broadcast by Game Show Network

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The following is a list of programs that are currently airing, upcoming, or were formerly broadcast by Game Show Network. Some of these acquired programs have aired on Buzzr.[1][2]

Current programs[edit]

Original programs[edit]

Title Premiere Date Current Season
America Says June 18, 2018 3
Best Ever Trivia Show June 10, 2019 1
Caroline and Friends: The Game September 21, 2019[3] 1
Catch 21 (2019) October 14, 2019[4] 1
Common Knowledge January 14, 2019 2

Reruns of ended original programs[edit]

Title Premiere Date Final Date
Catch 21 (2008) July 21, 2008 July 1, 2011
Chain Reaction (Lane) August 1, 2006 June 9, 2007
Divided January 19, 2017 May 8, 2018
Emogenius June 14, 2017 2018
Idiotest August 12, 2014 August 30, 2017
Snap Decision August 7, 2017 2018
The Chase August 6, 2013 December 11, 2015
Winsanity June 9, 2016 May 24, 2018

Acquired programs[edit]

Title Premiere Date Final Date
Cash Cab (Bailey) December 5, 2005 September 28, 2012
Deal or No Deal (NBC version)[5] December 19, 2005 May 18, 2009
Family Feud (Harvey) September 13, 2010 present
Match Game (Rayburn) July 2, 1973 September 10, 1982

Upcoming programs[edit]

Former programs[edit]

Former original programming[edit]

Title Premiere date & End Date Years Reran
1 vs. 100 (Carrie Ann Inaba) 2010–11
100 Winners 2007
2009 Game Show Awards 2009
20Q 2009
50 Greatest Game Shows of All Time 2007
Ace in the House 2007
All New 3's a Crowd (Alan Thicke) 1999–2000 2000-03
The American Bible Challenge 2012–14
American Dream Derby 2005
Annie Duke Takes on the World 2006
Anything to Win 2006
As Seen On... 1998–2000
Aussie Millions 2010
Baggage 2010-15 2015-19
Baggage First Dates 2011
Baggage: Most Outrageous Moments 2015
Baggage on the Road 2010–15
Ballbreakers 2005–06
Beat the Chefs 2012
Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal 2003 2005
Big Saturday Night 2009
Bingo America 2008–09
Bingo Blitz[6] 2009
Burt Luddin's Love Buffet 1999–2001
Camouflage (Roger Lodge) 2007 2008-09
Carnie Wilson: Unstapled 2010
Caroline & Friends 2018 2018-19
Cat-Minster[7] 2007
Celebrities and Game Shows 2007
Celebrity Blackjack 2004–05
Chain Reaction (Mike Catherwood) 2015–16
The Chuck Barris Story: My Life on The Edge[8] 2006
Chuck Woolery: Naturally Stoned 2003
Club A.M. 1994–97
Cover Story 2018
Cram 2003
Decades 1995–96
DJ Games    
Dog Park Superstars[9]    
Doubles Poker Championship 2010
Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza 2011
Extreme Dodgeball 2004–05
Extreme Gong 1998–99
Fake-a-Date 2004
Family Trade 2013
Faux Pause 1998
Foul Play 2003
Friend or Foe? 2002–03 2008
Game Show Countdown: Top 10 Hosts 2007
Game Show Flashback 2014
Game Show Greatest Moments 2007
Game Show Hall of Fame: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire 2007
Games Across America 2004–05
Gameworld 1997–98
Grand Slam 2007
GSN Live 2008–11
GSN Radio (online only at GSN.com) 2008-09
GSN Video Games (an hour block between gamer.tv and Game Sauce) 2003
Hellevator 2015–16
Hidden Agenda 2010
High Stakes Poker 2006–07, 2009–11
Hollywood Showdown 2000–01 2004–05
How Much Is Enough? 2008
Inquizition 1998–2001
Insider's Guide To Winning Game Show Millions 2007
Instant Recall 2010
It Takes a Church 2014–15
I've Got a Secret (Bil Dwyer) 2007
Jep! 1998–2000
Late Night Liars 2010
Lie Detectors 2015
The Line 2014
Lingo (Chuck Woolery & Bill Engvall) 2002–07; 2011 2007–15
Love Triangle 2011 2011–15
Lover's Lounge 2000–01
The Making of The American Bible Challenge 2012
The Making of a Game Show: Catch 21 2008
Mall Masters 2001 2001
Man Versus Fly    
Mind of a Man 2014  
Million Dollar Poker Challenge    
Minute to Win It (Apolo Ohno) 2013-14  
The Money List 2009  
National Lampoon's Funny Money 2003  
National Lampoon's Greek Games 2004  
National Vocabulary Championship    
The Newlywed Game (Carnie Wilson and Sherri Shepherd) 2009-10; 2010-13 2013-19  
Play It Back: (70's/80's/90's Game Shows)    
PlayMania 2006-07  
Poker Royale 2004-05  
Pokerstars/Pokerstars.net Caribbean Adventure    
Political Idiotest 2016  
Prime Games 1994-97  
The Pyramid (Mike Richards) 2012  
Quiznation 2007  
Race for the Numbers 1994-98  
The Real Match Game Story: Behind the Blank    
Ridiculous Cash Bash    
Russian Roulette 2002–03  
Skin Wars 2014-16  
Skin Wars: Fresh Paint 2015, 2016  
Starface 2006 2006-07
Steampunk'd 2015  
Super Decades 1997-98  
That's the Question 2006-07  
Think Like a Cat 2008  
Three Card Poker National Championship Tournament    
Throut and Neck    
Trivia Track 1997-98  
Ultimatebet.net Aruba Classic    
Vegas Weddings Unveiled    
Video Game Invasion: The History of a Global Obsession    
Whammy! The All-New Press Your Luck 2002–03 2003–17
When Did That Happen? 1998-99  
Who Wants to be Governor of California – The Debating Game 2003  
Wide World of Games    
Win TV 1998-2000  
WinTuition 2002–03  
Window Warriors 2016  
Without Prejudice? 2007  
The Women Who Changed Gameshows    
Word Slam!    
World Blackjack Tour 2006  
World Poker Tour    
World Series of Blackjack 2004-07  
Worldwide Web Games    
You Win Live    

Former acquired programming[edit]

Title Years Reran
1 vs. 100 (Bob Saget) 2009–14
The $10,000 Pyramid 1998–2003
The $10,000 Sweep (unsold pilot) 1998
The $20,000 Pyramid 1998–2003
The $25,000 Pyramid (Dick Clark) 1998–2018
The $100,000 Pyramid (Dick Clark) 1998–2013
The $1.98 Beauty Show 1994–2004, 2006
3's a Crowd (Jim Peck) 1994-2007
All About Faces 1994
All About the Opposite Sex 1994
All Star Secrets 2014
The Amazing Race 2004–08
Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? (FOX version) 2011-15
Aussie Millions 2010-11
Average Joe 2004-05
Babble (unsold pilot) 2014
Beat the Clock (Bud Collyer, Jack Narz, Gene Wood, and Monty Hall) 1994–2010
Bet Your Life (2004 Next Action Star movie)
The Better Sex 1994, 1998
Blockbusters (Bill Cullen and Bill Rafferty) 1994–2009, 2013
Body Language 1994–2009
Break the Bank (Tom Kennedy) 1994–97
Bullseye (Jim Lange) 1994–2007
Bumper Stumpers 1994–2000
Camouflage (Tom Campbell) 1997–98
Card Sharks (Jim Perry, Bob Eubanks, and Bill Rafferty) 1994–2018
Celebrity Charades 1997, 1999
Celebrity Family Feud (Al Roker)[10] 2013
Celebrity Mole 2004
Chain Reaction (Bill Cullen, Blake Emmons, and Geoff Edwards) 1997–98
Child's Play 1994–2010
Choose Up Sides 2005, 2007
Click 1997–99
Cop-Out! (unsold pilot) 1997
Crosswits (David Sparks) 2015
Dancing with the Stars 2012
The Dating Game (Jim Lange and Chuck Woolery) 1996-99; 2014
The Diamond Head Game 1994–2000
Dog Eat Dog (Brooke Burns) 2004–09, 2012–15
Dollar a Second (Bob Eubanks, unsold pilot) 2000
Double Dare (Alex Trebek) 1994–2008
Double Talk 1998
Eye Guess 1998
The Face Is Familiar
Family Challenge 1999
Family Feud (Richard Dawson, Ray Combs, Louie Anderson, Richard Karn, and John O'Hurley) 1994–2016; 2018
Fantasy 1994–97
The Fun Factory 1997
The Game Game
Game Show Moments Gone Bananas 2006; 2013
Get the Message 2007
Get Rich Quick! (unsold pilot)
Go 1997-98
The Gong Show (Chuck Barris) 1994–99
Greed 2002–07
He Said, She Said
Headline Chasers 1998
Hold Everything!
Hollywood Connection
Hollywood Game Night (Jane Lynch) 2017
Hollywood Squares (Peter Marshall and Tom Bergeron) 2000–06; 2009–11
Hot Potato
I've Got a Secret (Garry Moore and Steve Allen) 2009-10
It's News to Me 2009
Jackpot
Jeopardy! (Art Fleming and Alex Trebek) 1994–2013
Joker! Joker!! Joker!!!
The Joker's Wild (Jack Barry and Bill Cullen)
Judge For Yourself
Junior Partner Pyramid
The Junior Pyramid
Juvenile Jury 1997-98
Kenny vs. Spenny
Let's Ask America (Kevin Pereira)
Let's Make a Deal (Monty Hall)
Love Connection (Chuck Woolery) 2003-08
Make the Connection
Match Game (Ross Shafer, Bert Convy [pilot], and Michael Burger) 1994–2005; 2012, 2015
Million Dollar Password 2010; 2011–2013
Minute to Win It (Guy Fieri) 2012-17
The Mole
Monday Night Quarterback (unsold pilot)
The Name's the Same
The Newlywed Game (Bob Eubanks and Jim Lange)
The Next Action Star
Now You See It (Jack Narz)
Number Please 2006
The Parent Game 1997-99
Pass the Buck
Password
Password Plus (Allen Ludden, Bill Cullen, and Tom Kennedy) 1994–2015
Perfect Match
Personality
Play the Percentages
Play Your Hunch 2007
Power of 10 2011
Press Your Luck (Peter Tomarken) 2001–09; 2012–18
The Price Is Right (Bill Cullen, Bob Barker, and Tom Kennedy) 1995–2000
Pyramid (Donny Osmond) 2008–12
Quiz Kids Challenge
The Riddlers (two pilots aired)
Rock & Roll Jeopardy!
Ruckus 1997
Sale of the Century (Jim Perry) 2013–15
Says Who? (unsold pilot)
Scare Tactics (Tracy Morgan) 2016
Second Guessers (unsold pilot)
Shoot for the Stars (pilot entitled Shoot The Works)
Shop 'til You Drop (Pat Finn) 2013–15
Show Me the Money 2007
Spy TV
Star Search (Arsenio Hall) 2004–05
Storybook Squares 2002
Street Smarts (Frank Nicotero) 2004–06
Super Jeopardy! 1998
Super Password 1995–2015
Tattletales 1994–2003, 2006–09
Tic-Tac-Dough (Wink Martindale and Jim Caldwell) 1994–2003; 2007–10
To Tell the Truth (Bud Collyer, Garry Moore, Joe Garagiola, Robin Ward, Gordon Elliott, Lynn Swann, Alex Trebek, and John O'Hurley) 1994–2009, 2014
Treasure Hunt (Geoff Edwards) 1994–98, 2006–08
Trivia Trap 1994–2004, 2006–08
TV's Funniest Game Show Moments 2014, 2018
Twenty One (Maury Povich) 2003–08
Twisters (unsold pilot) 1998
Two for the Money
Weakest Link (Anne Robinson and George Gray) 2002–10
What's Going On? 2006-07
What's My Line? (John Charles Daly, Wally Bruner, and Larry Blyden)
What's My Line? at 25 2014
Wheel 2000
Wheel of Fortune (Chuck Woolery and Pat Sajak) 1994-2000s, 2007-19
Who Dares Wins (Australian game show)
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (Regis Philbin, Meredith Vieira, and Chris Harrison) 2003–12; 2017–18
Who Wants to Be a Super Millionaire? 2005-2007
Wild Animal Games
Win Ben Stein's Money 2004–06
Win, Lose or Draw (Bert Convy) 2002-04
Winner Take All
Winning Streak 1998

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://press.gsntv.com/
  2. ^ https://www.tvpassport.com/tv-listings/stations/game-show-network-east/329
  3. ^ https://www.gsntv.com/schedule/
  4. ^ "Actor and Television Personality Alfonso Ribeiro Named as Host of Game Show Network's Reboot of 'Catch 21'" (Press release). August 1, 2019. Retrieved August 20, 2019.
  5. ^ https://www.tvpassport.com/series/deal-or-no-deal/20348
  6. ^ "GSN Viewers Play for Cash on Bingo Blitz". GSN Press Room. December 4, 2009. Retrieved November 30, 2013.
  7. ^ "GSN Announces the March 27 Air Date for 'Cat-Minster: Cfa International Cat Championship,' the Biggest Cat Show in the World". The Futon Critic. January 12, 2007. Retrieved November 30, 2013. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
  8. ^ "GSN Airs 'The Chuck Barris Story: My Life on the Edge' December 10". The Futon Critic. November 20, 2006. Retrieved November 30, 2013. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
  9. ^ "GSN Announces an All New "Dog Park Superstars" One-Hour Special". GSN Press Room. August 29, 2011. Retrieved November 30, 2013.
  10. ^ "GSN Brings the Family Together with a "Fully Stuffed Family Feud Marathon" Airing from 8:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. ET on Thanksgiving Day". The Futon Critic. November 12, 2013. Retrieved November 17, 2013. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)

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