Buzzr Celebrates Valentine’s Day With Romantic Game Show Marathon
Watch episodes of the rarely seen He Said, She Said this Sunday.
Buzzr, Fremantle’s new network showcasing classic game shows, continues its celebration of 75 years of the genre with a special Valentine’s Day programming block. On Sunday, February 14th, from 1:00PM to 11:00PM ET, the network will air a marathon of some of the most romantic game show moments.
You’ll hear celebrities dish out romantic secrets on Tattletales, watch married couple Betty White and Allen Ludden on Password and Password Plus, plus watch Richard Dawson meet his future wife Gretchen Johnson on Family Feud. As a special treat for game show fans, a rarely seen game, He Said, She Said, will also be seen. All these episodes are new to Buzzr.
Here’s the rundown of what to expect:
- 6 episodes of 1970 Joe Garagiola-hosted He Said, She Said
- 5 episodes of 1974 Bert Convy-hosted Tattletales
- 1 episode of 1963 Allen Ludden-hosted Password with his new bride, Betty White, serving as a celebrity guest shortly after the couple’s honeymoon
- 4 episodes of 1979 Allen Ludden-hosted Password Plus with Betty White serving as a celebrity guest
- 4 episodes of 1981 Richard Dawson-hosted Family Feud with his future-wife Gretchen Johnson and her family
Take a look at a preview above, and watch Buzzr’s Valentine’s Day marathon on Sunday, February 14th, at 1:00PM ET.