Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Updated GSN schedule for August 15-21

GSN has uploaded a revised advanced schedule for next week with a major change on Thursday night, which is a concerning change for Winsanity. Very rapidly, the amount of Winsanity slots per week on the schedule has dwindled from 16 (the week of August 1-7) to 10 (the week of August 15-21):

August 15-21 (update)

Effective next Thursday (8/18), GSN will only air one new episode of Winsanity at 9pm ET. Harvey Feud will air at 9:30pm ET. Winsanity will encore at 12am and 3am ET. Harvey Feud will air at 12:30am; Chain Reaction at 3:30am.
Additionally, all changes listed here are effective for August 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st.

Thursday nights starting August 18th:
9:00pm: Winsanity (new)
9:30pm: Family Feud (Harvey)
10:00pm: Family Feud (Harvey)
10:30pm: Family Feud (Harvey)
11:00pm: Family Feud (Harvey)
11:30pm: Family Feud (Harvey) 12:00am: Winsanity (encore)
12:30am: Family Feud (Harvey)
1:00am: Family Feud (Harvey)
1:30am: Family Feud (Harvey)
2:00am: Baggage
2:30am: Baggage
3:00am: Winsanity (encore) 3:30am: Chain Reaction (Catherwood)
All Times ET


  1. That's another sign that Winsanity is going down the toilet. If only one new episode is airing. That's a couple more slots being taken away from the show. Not a great week for the Winsanity timeslots. GSN must like Catherwood CR to give it a couple of late slots, but couldn't give it another season in which it rightfully deserved.

    1. This change is a huge deal. Winsanity ratings are upsetting GSN this much that the (almost) unpredictable has occurred with two new runs cut back to one.

    2. And now 6 pm to 1 am is almost all Harvey Feud with two Winsanity airings.

  2. There's too much Harvey Feud on GSN. Scott, I think you should do another analysis on August 15th. Make a chart or picture showing how many 30-minute time slots of Harvey Feud that GSN airs every single day in a 7-day week. I think that would give everyone some visual insight into the overkill of this program on GSN's schedule. Sometimes it's easier to interpret a picture or chart, than having us complain via text over and over again on this point. Not that any GSN execs would care, but I feel that someone needs to get the point across.