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  • Networks Pump Out New Game Shows
    Monday, September 25, 2006
    Hot on the heels of the popular NBC game show "Deal or No Deal" major networks are now coming out with their own formats, most of which already covered here. ABC has two game shows in their protection. One of which is "Set For Life", which will see people stand on a tile and hope it's a good one and not a bad one. Think "Deal or No Deal" for non-lazy people, or even a complete ripoff of "Powerball: Instant Millionaire". This game has moved up from its projected December release to November. Also, as reported ABC picked up the FOX show "Show Me The Money"-then-"Show Me What You Got"-now-"Show Me The Money" according to Craigslist. This show, which might be rather interesting, will see contestants answer trivia questions, with each right answer multiplying their money possibly into the millions or a wrong answer forcing a contestant to lose ungodly sums of money.

    FOX is releasing their trivia show "The Rich List" in late fall. "The Rich List" will see contestants name items off a list, whether it be Beatles Albums or State Capitals. The winning team gets to go to the bonus round, where they can win up to $250,000 (according to early runs). Also, a team can stay on the show as long as they win. NBC will debut their trivia game show "1 vs. 100", hosted by Bob Saget, in either November or December. This goes against their original September 11th projected premiere date, which would have rushed the show to air. Recently, ABC dropped "The Con Test"/"PokerFace" and has projected to have lost the rights to "Who Wants to be a Millionaire." On the cable front, GSN will debut the foreign game show "That's The Question", hosted by Bob Goen, on October 2nd at 6:00PM ET.

    As a little side note, I often get emails asking when new episodes of "I've Got A Secret" will be made, and quite frankly, we don't know when and if they will be made. However, you guys can help. Be sure to CLICK HERE to email GSN and ask for it to come back, go to the REQUEST-O-MATIC, or go to the GSN BUZZ to speak your mind about it.
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
    3 Comments:
    • Permalink, Anonymous Anonymous said…

      I cant wait to see some of these shows. Im shocked that CBS wont jump on board with the gameshow bandwagon but the way it was done in Millionare days having Winning Lines on fridays and saturdays was a very bad idea. I not sure I will be sold on Set For Life maybe its because this game sounds like it could cause divorces and I guess hollywood dont have enough of those huh? but i could be wrong about that. The Rich List sounds exciting and even Show Me The Money sounds interesting. I watched a bit of preview of That's The Question and it looked interesting. I wish that someone would pick up The Con Test/Poker Face how about CBS maybe and try it out midseason on Sunday and either Wed or Thurs Midseason after maybe trying it out every night for the first week or two. i actually wanted to try out for The Con Test because I feel that I could have bluffed my way to a lot of money.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Anonymous said…

      So much for 1 vs. 100 airing in November or December...dumbass.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Jason said…

      And The Price Is Right's newest pricing game "Stack The Deck" airs on Monday, October 9 on CBS. The newest pricing game is played for a new car.

       
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