Douglas Pucci (@SonoftheBronx) released entire ratings for the Press Your Luck Christmas Eve marathon, the entire December 23rd primetime lineup (The Chase, The Line) and GSN averages for December 15-21.
The 1980's Press Your Luck marathon, which GSN aired Christmas Eve from 8am-12pm ET averaged 114,000 total viewers. The total viewer numbers for the 4-hour block:
8:00am: 89K (2nd lowest)
8:30am: 161K (highest)
9:00am: 133K (2nd highest)
11:00am: 82K (lowest)
On December 23rd, a rerun of The Chase had 391,000 total viewers, down notably from the average 500K to 600K new episodes of The Chase receive (and the season low of 434,000 viewers for a new episode the prior week). At 9pm, the first hour of the premiere of The Line rose from The Chase and garnered 415,000 total viewers. The second hour of The Line fell 22% in viewers to 325,000 total viewers. Overall, the two hours of The Line averaged 370,000 total viewers.
The December 23rd primetime lineup averaged 377,000 total viewers, just up to par with the GSN norm. For the week of December 15-21, GSN averaged 371,000 total viewers in primetime (7 days, 8-11pm ET) and 285,000 total viewers total day (7 days, 8am-4am ET). Compared to the prior week (December 8-14), the primetime average is down 4% (371K versus 383K) and the daytime average is down 4% (285K versus 296K).