|Does GSN do a better|
job on pre-1990's than Buzzr?
Through our Twitter, a member of our game show community contacted us through Direct Messaging and stated the following:
"I think GSN does a better job with its 15 hours a week pre 1990s programs than Buzzr does as a 24/7 operation."
Do you agree with this statement?
I can see where this individual is coming from where Buzzr has had complaints about a quick rerun cycle. GSN, with its three hours each weekday morning, does have hundreds of episodes of each Match Game, Card Sharks (Perry and Eubanks), Press Your Luck and The $25,000 Pyramid.
Buzzr, however, is 24/7 classics without the "modern trash" (as some call) GSN consists of it including Skin Wars: Fresh Paint and hours upon hours of the "crude" Steve Harvey-hosted Family Feud. Buzzr's entire schedule contains most to all pre-1990's and rare classics that have never been seen on GSN, or even since its originals 1950's/1960's airdate.