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[10/15/07 - 04:36 PM]
GSN 'Scares' Up Its Schedule on Wednesday, October 31 to Include Special Halloween-Themed Episodes of 'Super Password,' 'Family Feud' and 'Whammy!'
GSN will be handing out treats throughout the day on Wednesday, October 31 when it features special Halloween-themed episodes of some of the network's most popular game shows.

[via press release from GSN]

GSN 'Scares' Up Its Schedule on Wednesday, October 31 to Include Special Halloween-Themed Episodes of 'Super Password,' 'Family Feud' and 'Whammy!'

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 15 -- GSN will be handing out treats throughout the day on Wednesday, October 31 when it features special Halloween-themed episodes of some of the network's most popular game shows. GSN's programming schedule features some ghoulish surprises starting at 11:30 AM with a "Super Password" episode and concludes 12 hours later with WHAMMY!.

Following is the spine-tingling lineup for GSN on Halloween:

11:30 AM -- "Super Password" (Episode 564) -- Host Bert Convy hands out Halloween treats.

12:00 PM -- "Super Password" (Episode 1055) -- Bert Convy hosts the show from a very special Halloween decorated set.

12:30 PM -- "Family Feud" (Episode 227) -- Host Ray Combs is dressed as Batman and his son makes a rare appearance as Robin.

7:00 PM -- "The Weakest Link" (Episode 1044) -- Host Anne Robinson delivers questions to elaborately costumed contestants.

9:30 PM -- "Family Feud" (Episode FF02-059) -- Host Richard Karn is dressed like a vampire and his son appears as Zorro. The contestants are in costume and the set is decked out Halloween-style.

10:00 PM -- "Family Feud" (Episode FF03-060) -- Host Richard Karn and costume-clad contestants compete from a decorated "All Hallows Eve" set.

11:30 PM -- WHAMMY! (Episode 1065) Features Host Todd Newton as the Grim Reaper and contestants dressed as pop icons, Judge Judy and Ozzy Osbourne.

GSN is an industry leading, interactive game content provider distributing competition-related programming to its 66-million subscriber cable television network and its casual and skill-based online games portal, http://www.GSN.com. As the premier television network for games, GSN produces some of the most popular original casino and game show series on air in addition to delivering dual-screen, real-time interactive play-along online opportunities on GSN.com for its prime-time programming. GSN.com features all types of game play: flash games for fun, skill cash game tournaments and free downloadable games. GSN is distributed throughout the U.S. and Canada by all major cable operators, satellite providers and telcos. The company is jointly owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment and Liberty Media Corporation. For further information, visit GSN's press website at http://corp.gsn.com/.

SOURCE GSN
http://www.gsn.com





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