Monday, October 28, 2013

'Mind of a Man' to premiere January 8th on GSN

The full press release can be seen here.

GSN today announced the premiere date for new original Mind of a Man, hosted by comedian DeRay Davis. The series will premiere Wednesday, January 8th at 8pm, replacing the current block of Steve Harvey's Family Feud. There is currently no word on whether new episodes of Mind of a Man will last one or two hours.

Mind of a Man is a half-hour game show (forty episodes were ordered), where female contestants try to figure out what men are really thinking, with the help of a female and male celebrity panel.

GSN also confirms, once again that the second season of The Chase will premiere Tuesday, November 5th at 8pm. According to Zap2It, the "9pm" slot for that night is left blank.

All Times Eastern.


  1. It's good to see Mind of a Man replacing some Harvey Feud timeslots, but I have a feeling GSN will keep Harvey Feud in the 7pm hour as the lead-in. The 9pm hour will hopefully be either Mind of a Man or a new acquisition.

    Speaking of the 9pm hour, at this point, I guess we'll have to wait until November 5th at 9pm to see what that slot even is.

  2. Would not be surprised if Mind of a Man was two-hours, new, every Wednesday.

    One-hour is also relevant and possible, but who really knows at this point. The press release doesn't mention the # of episodes.

  3. I really think Mind of a Man will be 4 new episodes every Wednesday, mainly because GSN might be scared that American Idol on Wednesdays might hurt Mind of a Man's ratings.

    I doubt it would only be 1 new episode each week, though I wouldn't be surprised if it's just 2 new episodes.

  4. Not post-wirthy yet but just saw this on the GSN online schedule for Friday 11/1 only:

    8-10am: Match Game
    10-11am: Password Plus
    11am-12pm: $100,000 Pyramid
    12pm and on: Same as now

  5. That's a strange schedule change, is this a one day only thing or is this the new morning schedule? As much as I'd be happy to see Password Plus on the weekday schedule, I'd hate to see Super Password, Press Your Luck, Sale of the Century, and The $25,000 Pyramid leave.