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Summer Sneak Preview

Get an advance look at new shows premiering on Game Show Network this summer. Hosted by Trish Suhr.
2018 TVPG Events & Specials, Game Show, Other

It Could Be You

It Could Be You was a television game show produced by Ralph Edwards Productions in the late 1950s in the United States, broadcast daily in the weekday daytime schedule for five years 1956-61, and weekly in the evening on-and-off over three years 1958-61. Bill Leyden was the host, and Wendell Niles was the announcer.
1956 Game Show

National Spelling Bee

The 2009 finals in Washington, D.C. The competition began with 293 spellers aged 9 to 15. Kavya Shivashankar from Kansas was the winner after spelling the word "Laodicean."
2009 TVPG Family, Educational, Game Show, Kids, Other

Million Dollar Mile

1 Season
Elite athletes will have the chance to win $1,000,000 every time they run the Million Dollar Mile course.
2019 TVPG Reality, Game Show, Action & Adventure, Other

Fetch-a-Thon!

Episodes of the series 'Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman' are presented.
2007 TVY Reality, Game Show, Other

BrainSurge

BrainSurge is an American children's game show aired on Nickelodeon hosted by Jeff Sutphen. The show taped its first season in February 2009, and debuted on September 28, 2009. The show's format was adapted from the Tokyo Broadcasting System game show Brain Survivor. The network announced on February 18, 2010 that the program was renewed for a second season, that will consist of 40 episodes, and will feature the same format without any known changes. The second season, which featured the 40 original episodes plus one episode held over from season one, premiered on June 21, 2010. The third season started airing on July 18, 2011 on Nick@Nite. Season 3 is marketed as Family BrainSurge, and has a two-person family team format with five teams.BrainSurge was taped at Hollywood Center Studios in Hollywood, California.
2009 TVG Game Show

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