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  • ITV2 in England Picks Up CBS Game Show Marathon
    Saturday, July 29, 2006
    From our friends at BothersBar, British TV channel ITV2 has picked up the CBS run of "Game Show Marathon" to air in September. British viewers will now have the chance to see shows never done in England, like "Press Your Luck". We don't have an official airdate yet, but when we do, you'll hear it first.
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
    4 Comments:
    • Permalink, Anonymous dad1153 said…

      I wonder if Lance Bass 'coming out' had anything to do with this decision, since it would allow for all sorts of subtle and unintentional fun in retrospective. Remember Lance dressing as a banana? Or his decision not to say 'Open Wide' as a winning answer on the 'Match Game' portion of the marathon? Hope the British broadcasters add some sort of in-between segments presentation explaining the history of these shows for our British viewers. You know, 'Match Game' and 'Family Feud' being the origins of 'Blankety Blanks' and 'Family Fortunes,' etc.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous David B said…

      >I wonder if Lance Bass 'coming out' had anything to do with this decision

      Er, no. First, it's rather a weak reason for running the series, and he's lesser known than the States.

      The main thinking is that Gameshow Marathon UK was a hit, so the US copy makes decent enough fodder for an ITV2 run.

      The same thing happens for other shows here. For example, the Aussie version of I'm A Celeb was rerun in the UK

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous David KP said…

      And personally I can't wait to see it. At least Press Your Luck, a show I really think would work in the UK in the late afternoon.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Jay said…

      Now Britian gets to know how bad at hosting Ricki Lake is and how uninterested, snooty, and annoying some US celebrities can be! Yay!

       
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