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View Poll Results: Could Original Game Shows Be Successful For TV Land?
Oh Yes I would LOVE game shows on TV Land 5 71.43%
Nope I doubt TV Land would be interested in game shows 2 28.57%
If TV Land would have game shows about classic TV trivia 0 0%
A game show block for TV Land would be divine and could work wonders 0 0%
A classic game show block for TV Land would be interesting to watch 0 0%
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Old 02-14-2018, 04:53 AM   #1
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Default Would game shows work on TV Land?

Since TV Land got started in 1995 I have noticed that I haven't seen any game shows on TV Land since they started airing their first game show Bet The House and then having the computer game TV Land's Blast From The Past which was sitcom trivia game show and then airing reruns of Steve Harvey's Family Feud for a short time. And so I'm wondering if TV Land could make it's own original game shows would they work and be a success for TV Land?
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Hi, Bestie! Great poll! I votes yes, of course! What a great idea. I hope someone at tvland sees this and gets to work. We have so many old game shows that deserve to be rerun. Happy Valentines day!
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To me, TV Land is too disjointed to have game shows. I don't think they would fit.
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Default Old Game shows on TvLand

I'd love to see the old game shows on TVLand. I can't stand these newer ones. I like Jeopardy! and Family Feud, though. Here are the ones I'd like to see:

Face the Music w/Ron Ely-it used to be on CBN, USA, and The Family Channel back in the 1990s. I loved how he would joke with the contestants. (He quit show business some time ago to become an author, but there is something on YouTube about him, in which he is interviewed with Fess Parker and Jim Caviezel.) There are some on YouTube, though, but I'd like to see all of them again. I guess GSN and other stations thought the show was too "corny" and "dated" to ever be shown again. Such sweet memories for me and my family! I hope Freemantle Media will release these on dvd some day. I haven't had any luck finding them online.

Hollywood Squares-original with Peter Marshall. I'd like to see all of them, which means seeing these celebrities: Peter Falk, Leonard Nimoy, Jack Webb (this episode was mentioned in the Sandford & Son episode in which the TV
accidentally gets broken, but Lamont won't get it fixed until Fred exercises. It is then learned that Fred is a "teleholic"), and Victor Borge. I guess it's because of money that the stations can't buy the entire series.

Hollywood Squares-John Davidson-There were some great guests on that version, too: Rich Little, Jim Morris-Reagan impersonator, Vincent Price, Paul Williams, etc. My favorite week of all time, however, was when Jm J. Bullock took over the show when John hurt his back playing tennis. Steven Ford was on the show on one of the days and his dad, "Gerry", called into the show!

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I got 25 of the episodes a while back from James R. Quinn, a man I do business with sometimes.
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I think they could.

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