29Apr2013
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GSN Schedules “Minute to Win It” Sneak Peek on Thursday, May 23rd

If you’re looking forward to GSN’s upcoming revival of Minute to Win It you won’t have to wait too long until you get your first look at the series.  The Apolo Anton Ohno-fronted game, which debuts June 25th at 8:00PM ET, will get a sneak peek on Thursday, May 23rd, at 10:00PM ET.  It will follow The American Bible Challenge which gives it a decent shot at getting some eyes.  A revival of NBC’s two-season-long game, Minute to Win It sees a team play up to ten games in the “Sixty Second Circle” using household items for up to $250,000.  GSN taped 40 episodes.

The network has released a preview of the sneak peek.  Take a look below.

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3 responses to "GSN Schedules “Minute to Win It” Sneak Peek on Thursday, May 23rd"

  • MikeSant318 says:

    I like the new logo, but that’s about it.
    Most challenging game show of all time? I’m sure the people at ITV are invoking the New Age Outlaws and saying: “We’ve got two words for ya: THE CUBE…”

  • Myke25 says:

    I hope it makes it…just because I don’t want to see game shows die as a genre. But GSN’s track record with revivals hasn’t been encouraging. The Newlywed Game is the only one that has had any legs of late. 1 vs 100, Lingo and, most upsetting to me, The Pyramid have all been failures. Minute to Win It had decent, not stellar, ratings on NBC and it still got the ax after only two seasons.

    At least they’re not burying it in evening drive time when no one’s home. I guess they learned that lesson.

  • Bill says:

    Guy Fieri too busy with his Food Network stuff, or did GSN just want a new host?

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