First to focus on the network. It's not going anywhere. GSN is getting some of its best numbers ever. The online gaming is GSN's real cash-cow, but needs the network to advertise the games to hundreds of thousands. I.e., it's like a book store chain closing and expecting the consumer to flock to their website to buy. That does not happen.
GSN, as a network, is still creating originals and expanding into more households here in 2013-14, and I do not see the network leaving after that.
A couple forum posters also question the fate of Steve Harvey's Family Feud, which for the past year and one month has maintained the top schedule spot of each week with the exception of American Bible Challenge and 5th Grader once. Here, a forum poster shares some of the same ideas I do about Family Feud.
There's a difference between Regis' Millionaire in 2003, Deal or No Deal in 2009 compared to Family Feud in 2012-13. Both Millionaire and Deal were off the air by those years (except much-less-popular syndication) while Harvey Feud is still extremely popular in new runs and has dozens of "New to GSN" episodes from the 2011-12 season, while will air on GSN in June and July. Plus, Harvey Feud, by 2015 will have more episodes than network Deal or No Deal and Millionaire ever did.
With new runs of Family Feud still running, and the series still very popular in syndication, the GSN reruns will maintain there place for 5 to 7, maybe even 10 years. Karn and O'Hurley may start to dwindle by the end of this year, then wiped in 2014 (prediction), but Steve Harvey is not getting cutback anytime soon, with currently 64 runs a week.