Casey Abell over the weekend had a post at his blog about these images (more like "rants" or "comments") from Game Show Confessions on Tumblr. You can click on the images to see them much larger.
The first one states "GSN is going to be fine, people! To the guy that overreacted about no new classics, oy. At least GSN is sticking with its roots, and that includes both classic and modern game shows. Trust me, would you prefer to see Dancing with the Stars again on this network? I mean Really."
There are a few, mainly on GameShowForum or any forum who will over-react to GSN's classic lineup and acquisitions. Whether it's the number of episodes in the lease or quality of the episode, there will be complaints. I would just be perfectly happy with what GSN shows. Plus, no one wants to see DWTS again.
Next: "I like the Chuck Woolery version of Lingo much better than the Bill Engvall version, so I'm really angry that GSN is replacing the Chuck Woolery version with the Bill Engvall version this week."
Woolery Lingo has been on and off GSN since October 2012. Between Deal or No Deal and Shop 'Til You Drop slumping in late-afternoons plus not a lot of optimism for the noon hour schedule change mentioned, Woolery Lingo may not be gone for too long.
The next is long, but there's a point. R-Rated programs that are mentioned are not really that bad when you look at the rest of cable television. Shows like Baggage and Mind of a Man are dwindling down while Newlywed Game still produces some productive numbers but has definitely been cutback in the past few years. Harvey Feud is different, due to its numbers. Sorry Harvey haters.
2014 cannot be a worse year than 2011. GSN has so many shows with potential coming, including American Bible Challenge, It Takes a Church and The Chase. 2012 and 2013 were solid years where GSN has made a comeback from "2011: The Worst year in GSN History", which I agree with. 2012 and 2013 also had flops like Family Trade and Beat the Chefs.
Fourth one in short: I do believe GSN will pick up Hollywood Game Night eventually, once its popularity dies down. But their main focus seems like their own original programming now.