Game Show Network (GSN) Nielsen Ratings
Game Show Network (GSN) is an American multimedia entertainment cable television channel that broadcasts original and classic game shows, interactive skill-based competitive games, and family-friendly programming to audiences in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. The network's programming includes originals such as America Says, Common Knowledge, Catch 21, Get a Clue, and The Chase; syndicated favorites Wheel of Fortune and Steve Harvey's Family Feud; and popular classics including The $25,000 Pyramid and Card Sharks. GSN has previously aired reality competition series and televised poker.
Game Show Network, headquartered in Santa Monica, California, was launched on December 1, 1994 when it aired its first show What's My Line?. By the year 2000, its ratings were at an all-time high with a viewer base of 25 million subscribers. In early 2010, GSN began syndicating some of its original programming to other channels such as Baggage, The Newlywed Game, and The American Bible Challenge. Game Show Network was acquired by Sony Pictures Entertainment on June 30, 2011. In April 2017, GSN president David Goldhill stepped down after nearly ten years in the role and was succeeded by Mark Feldman in August the same year.
Game Show Network Ratings Chart
Game Show Network is currently available to nearly 75 million households in America, primarily through traditional cable and satellite services. The first half of the year 2020 sparked a ratings resurgence at the network: in total day and adults 25-54, the network’s ratings were up between high-single and double digits year-over-year, subsequent to the network's impressive acquisition of 14 million new subscribers the previous last year. Unlike the industry’s average at large, Game Show Network hasn’t experienced a loss in viewership.
Game Show Network Weekly Ratings
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