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  • FOX Introduces Text-And-Win Format
    Thursday, August 31, 2006
    The third ripoff of GSN's "Playmania", FOX will be launching an import of the UK game show "My Games Fever". If you are clueless as to how it works, the hosts present some form of puzzle, and you text in with the answer to win some amount of money. The show will debut September 5th, Monday to Saturday, at 1PM to 3PM ET on all MyNetwork stations.

    Whoops, I fixed the time. I am so use to them being extremely late night that it's a bad habit of mine. I also fixed the channel. Wow it's been a long day.
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
    7 Comments:
    • Permalink, Blogger FlashStash said…

      You have times wrong, it's 1-3PM.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Chad said…

      And you have your facts wrong. It's on all Fox-owned MyNetworkTV stations (total of nine), not "all Fox and MNTV stations."

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous David KP said…

      Frankly there's no place for these shows at all, not even late night.

      I'm in little or no doubt that the tighter regulations set to come in next year on these channels in the UK is the only reason for this rapidly growing trend in the US.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Craig Karlberg said…

      Yeah, but I wouldn't be surprised if some menbers of Congress try & regulate something like this. Plucking down a buck per call/text message to me is just another form of gambling anyways. Besides, Playmania is really the only "good" show of its kind that actually works well when executed right.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Anonymous said…

      What are the other two Playmania rip-offs?

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous David KP said…

      Midnight Money Madness is one, and I think the other was the New York-only debacle text2win.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Anonymous said…

      look under your bed:O

       
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