The Game Show Network (abbreviated and officially known as GSN later on) is the premier network for the airing of classic and modern game shows, and sometimes reality shows and original documentaries. The channel has aired continuously since December 1, 1994. It was rebranded as GSN on March 15, 2004. On May 7, 1992, Sony Pictures Entertainment joined forces with United Video Satellite Group to launch The Game Show Channel in 1993 in order to compete with The Family Channel's very own game show-oriented network called The Game Channel (which later failed to launch on June 1, 1994).

List of (U.S.) Programs that were broadcast by GSNEdit

GSN Original Game & Reality ShowsEdit

Note: This list does include some revivals of classic and current game shows for GSN.

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  • 1 vs 100 (Inaba)
  • 100 Winners
  • 20Q
  • 50 Greatest Game Shows of All Time


  • Ace In The House
  • All-New 3's A Crowd (Thicke)
  • The American Bible Challenge
  • American Dream Derby
  • America Says
  • Annie Duke Takes on the World
  • Anything To Win
  • As Seen On...
  • Baggage
  • Baggage on the Road
  • Ballbreakers
  • Beat The Chefs
  • Big Saturday Night
  • Bingo America
  • Bingo Blitz
  • Burt Luddin's Love Buffet
  • Camouflage (2008)
  • Carnie Wilson: Unstapled
  • Caroline & Friends
  • Catch 21
  • Cat-Minster
  • Chain Reaction (Lane & Catherwood)
  • The Chase
  • Celebrity Blackjack
  • Celebrities & Game Shows
  • Club A.M.
  • Cram


  • Decades
  • Divided (sneak peak November 25, 2016/series premiere January 2017)
  • DJ Games
  • Dog Park Superstars
  • Doubles Poker Championship
  • Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza
  • Emogenius
  • Extreme Dodgeball
  • Extreme Gong
  • Fake-A-Date
  • Family Trade
  • Foul Play (a one-hour hidden camera special from 2003)
  • Friend or Foe?
  • Games Across America
  • Game Show Countdown: Top 10 Hosts
  • Game Show Greatest Moments
  • Game Show Hall of Fame: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
  • Game TV
  • Gameworld
  • Get Schooled Games Tournament
  • Grand Slam
  • GSN Live


  • Hellevator
  • Hidden Agenda
  • High Stakes Poker
  • Hollywood Connection
  • Hollywood Showdown (originally PAX/I/ION Television, then moved to TV Guide Channel/Network)
  • How Much is Enough?
  • Idiotest
  • Inquizition
  • Instant Recall
  • It Takes a Church
  • I've Got a Secret (Dwyer)
  • Jep!
  • Late Night Liars
  • Lie Detectors
  • Lingo (Woolery and Engvall)
  • Lover's Lounge
  • Love Triangle
  • Mall Masters
  • Man V Fly
  • Million Dollar Poker Challenge
  • Mind of a Man
  • Minute to Win It (Ohno)
  • The Money List (GSN's short-lived 2009 remake and revival of FOX's short-lived 2006 game show The Rich List)


  • National Lampoon's Funny Money
  • National Lampoon's Greek Games
  • National Vocabulary Championship
  • The Newlywed Game (2009)
  • Play It Back: ('70s/'80s/'90s) Game Shows
  • PlayMania (2006-2007)
  • PlayMania "Block" (a block between 100 Winners & Quiznation in 2007)
  • Poker Royale
  • Carribean Adventure/Pokerstars Carribean Adventure
  • Political Idiotest (a special spinoff from 2016)
  • Prime Games
  • The Pyramid (2012 revival of The "$10,000/$20,000/$25,000/$50,000/$100,000" Pyramid)
  • Quiznation
  • Race For The Numbers
  • Russian Roulette
  • Skin Wars
  • Skin Wars: Fresh Paint (2015 spinoff special; later as a 2016 series)
  • Snap Decision (also airs in syndication on Sinclair broadcast stations)
  • Starface
  • Steampunk'd
  • Super Decades


  • That's the Question
  • Think Like a Cat
  • Three Card Poker National Tournament Championship
  • Throut and Neck
  • Trivia Track
  • Aruba Classic
  • Vegas Wedding's Unveiled
  • Whammy!: The All-New Press Your Luck (Newton)
  • When Did That Happen?
  • Who Wants to Be Governor of California?: The Debating Game
  • Wide World of Games
  • Window Warriors
  • Winsanity
  • WinTuition
  • Win TV
  • Without Prejudice?
  • Word Slam!
  • World Blackjack Tour
  • World Poker Tour
  • World Series of Blackjack
  • Worldwide Web Games
  • You Win Live

GSN Original Documentaries & Other Game Show-Related ProgramsEdit

  • 2009 Game Show Awards
  • Baggage First Dates (a special that aired during their five-hour Best of Baggage marathon in 2011)
  • Baggage: Most Outrageous Moments (another special highlighting the best moments of the show that aired in 2015)
  • Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal
  • The Chuck Barris Story: My Life On The Edge
  • Chuck Woolery: Naturally Stoned
  • Faux Pause
  • Game Show Flashback
  • GSN Radio (only available online at
  • GSN Video Games (a short-lived hour block between & Game Sauce from 2003 to 2004)
  • The Line
  • Insiders Guide To Winning Game Show Millions
  • The Making of The American Bible Challenge
  • The Making of a Game Show: Catch 21
  • The Real Match Game Story: Behind The Blank
  • Ridiculous Cash Bash (2017 special)
  • Video Game Invasion: The History of a Global Obsession
  • The Women Who Changed Game Shows

GSN Originals That Never AiredEdit

  • Pictionary (Elwood)
  • Tribond

GSN Classic Game Shows & Reality ShowsEdit

Note: GSN airs at least one episode of all versions of the show unless noted otherwise in addition some of the classic acquired shows also aired on Buzzr.


  • 1 vs 100 (Saget)
  • The $1.98 Beauty Show
  • The $10,000 Pyramid
  • The $20,000 Pyramid
  • The $25,000 Pyramid (Clark)
  • The New $25,000 Pyramid
  • The $100,000 Pyramid (Clark)
  • The $10,000 Sweep (Unsold Pilot)
  • 3's A Crowd (Peck)


  • All About Faces
  • All About the Opposite Sex
  • All Star Secrets
  • The Amazing Race
  • Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (FOX version)
  • Average Joe
  • Babble (Unsold Pilot)
  • Beat the Clock (All except 2002 and 2018 version)
  • The Better Sex
  • Bet Your Life (2004 Next Action Star Movie)
  • Blockbusters (Cullen and Rafferty)
  • Body Language
  • Break the Bank (2) (1976-1977 version)
  • Bullseye
  • Bumper Stumpers
  • Camouflage (1980s version)
  • Card Sharks (All except 2001 version)
  • Cash Cab
  • Celebrity Charades
  • Celebrity Family Feud (Kardashian/Sanders/Barber/McMahon 2008 eps)
  • Celebrity Mole (Hawaii version)
  • Chain Reaction (All except $40,000 eps)
  • Child's Play
  • Choose Up Sides
  • Click
  • Cop-Out! (Unsold Pilot)
  • Crosswits (Sparks)


  • Dancing With the Stars (Seasons 4-11)
  • The Dating Game
  • Deal or No Deal (NBC & Syn.)
  • The Diamond Head Game
  • Dog Eat Dog
  • Dollar a Second (Unsold Pilot)
  • Double Dare (CBS '76-'77 version)
  • Double Talk
  • Eye Guess
  • Family Challenge
  • Family Feud (All including two "Battle of the Beach" Anderson episodes from 2000)
  • Family Feud Challenge (1992-1993)
  • The Face is Familiar
  • Fantasy
  • The Fun Factory
  • The Game Game
  • Get Rich Quick! (Unsold Pilot)
  • Get the Message
  • Go
  • The Gong Show ('70s version)
  • Greed


  • He Said, She Said
  • Headline Chasers
  • Hold Everything!
  • The Hollywood Connection
  • Hollywood Game Night
  • Hollywood Squares (All except the '86-'89 Davidson version)
  • Hot Potato
  • I've Got a Secret (All except 1976 and 2000 versions)
  • It's News to Me
  • Jackpot! (80s-90s versions)
  • Jeopardy! (Aired episodes from season 1, 2, 9, 12, 13, 14, 18, 20, 21, 22 and 25)
  • The Joker's Wild (All except 1990 Pat Finn and 2017 Snoop Dogg versions)
  • Joker! Joker! Joker!
  • Judge For Yourself
  • The Junior Pyramid
  • Juvenile Jury
  • Let's Ask America (Pereira)
  • Let's Make a Deal (1963 pilot, 70's & 1984 versions)
  • Love Connection (Woolery)
  • Match Game (All except 2016 version)
  • Make the Connection
  • Million Dollar Password (Philbin)
  • Minute to Win It (Fieri)
  • The Mole
  • Monday Night Quarterback (Unsold Pilot)


  • The Name's The Same
  • The Newlywed Game (All except Rodriguez and Kroger versions)
  • Now You See It (Narz only, Chuck Henry does not want his 1989 eps aired)
  • Number Please
  • The Next Action Star
  • The Parent Game
  • Pass the Buck
  • Password 
  • Password Plus (Ludden, Cullen & Kennedy)
  • Perfect Match (Enberg)
  • Personality
  • Play the Percentages
  • Play Your Hunch
  • Power of 10
  • Press Your Luck
  • The Price is Right (All except Davidson version and post 2000 eps)
  • Pyramid (2002-04 Osmond version)


  • The Quiz Kids Challenge
  • The Riddlers (Unsold Pilot)
  • Rock & Roll Jeopardy!
  • Ruckus
  • Sale of the Century (1985 Syn. & 1988-1989 NBC Daytime eps)
  • Says Who? (Unsold Pilot)
  • Scare Tactics (Reality Prank Show/Morgan only)
  • Second Guessers (Unsold Pilot)
  • Shoot For the Stars (Pilot entitled "Shoot the Works")
  • Shop 'Til You Drop
  • Show Me the Money
  • Spy TV (Reality Prank Show)
  • Star Search (2003-2004 CBS Hall version)
  • Storybook Squares (an ep from 1977)
  • Street Smarts
  • Super Jeopardy! (Finale only)
  • Super Password (Convy)
  • Tattletales
  • Tic Tac Dough (Syndicated Martindale/Caldwell eps only)
  • To Tell the Truth (All except 2016 version)
  • Treasure Hunt (New and 80's versions)
  • Trivia Trap
  • TV's Funniest Game Show Moments (1984 special)
  • Twenty One (Maury)
  • Twisters (Unsold Pilot)
  • Two for the Money


  • The Weakest Link (NBC/Syn. versions)
  • What's Going On?
  • What's My Line?
  • What's My Line? at 25 (1975 special)
  • Wheel of Fortune (Woolery '76 and NBC/Syn. Sajak eps)
  • Wheel 2000
  • Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (Philbin/Vieira versions)
  • Who Wants to Be a Super Millionaire (Philbin version)
  • Wild Animal Games
  • Win Ben Stein's Money (Kimmel eps.)
  • Win, Lose or Draw (Convy)
  • Winner Take All (Barry Gray/Bill Cullen eps)
  • Winning Streak

GSN Classic Gameshow Related & Other ShowsEdit

  • Game Show Moments Gone Bananas

GSN Classic that Never AiredEdit

  • Monopoly Millionaires' Club

(International) Game & Reality ShowsEdit


  • Aussie Millions
  • Who Dares Wins


  • Kenny vs. Spenny


Promo Sheets & FlyersEdit

(Game Show Network/GSN) Logos over the yearsEdit

GSN Originals 1996 PresentEdit

Related PicsEdit

GSN Board GameEdit

1994 Launch AdEdit


GSN Presents: Family Gameshow (2010)Edit

Originally released on May 4, 2010 only for the Nintendo Wii by Storm City Games (i.e. Entertainment) and developed by, GSN Presents: Family Gameshow[1][2][3]features three original "game show" formats which are: Control Freak, Puzzle Addict and Brain Strain! as you and your friends become "contestants" on the best "game show" out there. This was the first and only video game adaptation to be licensed by the channel itself.

Control FreakEdit

Hosted by Larry Lightfoot, This is a standard quiz show in which you answer a series of questions from a randomly chosen category. The player is given bonus points for answering the question correctly and in a timely manner. The single-player mode differs a bit from multiplayer though. When playing alone, you have the chance to use a joker card to cut down the number of incorrect answers by giving you a better chance at winning. Multiplayer gives you the opportunity to select someone to answer correctly, they get the bonus instead. However, if you try to answer the question incorrectly then you can't decide who answers it next, and whoever gets the correct answer will then gain control of the board until all of the rounds are over.

Puzzle AddictEdit

Hosted by Tom Wordsworth, this is a game that's centered on a giant crossword puzzle. Single-player mode has you concentrating on the crossword while multiplayer gives each player a chance to solve a puzzle. For bonus points, the game throws in mini versions of sudoku, word search and shuffleword, where words are split into pieces and jumbled together.

Brain Strain!Edit

Hosted by Professor Plank, games are randomly chosen and the selected player must go through some challenges that require some thought. Similar to the likes of Brain Challenge and Big Brain Academy, some examples of the puzzles include: jigsaw puzzles, memory tests, silhouette matching and simple math problems.

Technical DifficultiesEdit


  1. Family Gameshow @ Storm City Games' Website (via Internet Archive)
  2. Family Gameshow for Wii - Nintendo Game Details
  3. Wii Review - 'GSN Presents Family Gameshow'

Spinoff ChannelsEdit

Nick GAS: a children’s version of Game Show Network but owned by Viacom and Nickelodeon. It featured almost every single game show from Nick and had original programming. The channel ran from 1999 until 2007.


Official Site
Official Facebook Page
Official Youtube Channel
Classic GSN minigames site (courtesy of Splashworks)
GSN and Tylenol Celebrate the Golden Age of Game Shows
GSN launches in 1994
Game Show Network and Tylenol Revive Classic Sponsorship Model
Game Show Network From The Good Old Days