In People Puzzler, three lucky contestants will put their pop culture knowledge to the test to complete iconic, People Puzzler crosswords. The player who has won the most points after three rounds will move on to the Fast Puzzle Bonus Round where they will have the opportunity to win a cash prize.
The series, hosted by actor Donald Faison ("Scrubs"), is unique in that the game play offers the opportunity for prizes to be won not only by the contestants but also by the studio audience. GSN has also partnered with participation TV technology company iPowow to allow viewers to play along at home in real-time for a chance to win prizes throughout the season. Each half-hour episode of Winsanity features a contestant attempting to rank ten compelling and surprising facts in numerical order, from lowest to highest (i.e.: Which is greater: the number of marriages each year in the US, or the number of President Barack Obama's Twitter followers?). Every time a contestant is correct and wins a prize, so does a randomly selected portion of the studio audience. However, if a contestant gives a wrong answer at any point, they, and the audience lose everything, and a new contestant takes his or her place and continues the game, trying to win prizes that increase in value with each round.
If you buy into the title of this game show Idiotest, you might be an idiot if you can't answer the questions asked of contestants. Each episode features two pairs of competitors from a particular rivalry -- for example, UCLA vs. USC or Trekkies vs."Star Wars" fans -- participating in several rounds of simple, rapid-fire questions testing people's observational skills, attention to detail, and general knowledge. Comic Ben Gleib hosts the show that isn't afraid to call its players idiots.
Chain Reaction features two teams competing against one another to complete chains of words, after the first and last words of the chain are revealed. Each word in the chain is related in some way to the word directly above and below it. By making inferences based on the revealed words and the revealed letters in incomplete words, contestants try to fill in the word chains to win money.
The worlds of art and commerce collide on GSN's new show, Window Warriors, hosted by Garcelle Beauvais (Hollywood Today Live). Eight of the country's most talented window merchandising designers compete to build elaborate displays and earn the approval of the judges – the fabulous Carson Kressley (DWTS, Queer Eye For The Straight Guy), internationally recognized style influencer Tai Beauchamp, and master of visual merchandising Douglas Little. Each week, the remaining contestants are given a new design theme and materials that correlate with one major retail brand. Festive, luxurious, and shockingly unexpected, these artists must push their creativity to the limit in order to stay in the game and win the $100,000 grand prize. When artistic abilities and design skills are put to the test, who will come out on top?
Did you know emojis are the fastest growing new language in the world? Emogenius tests how well people have mastered the art of communicating solely with these tricky little characters. Hosted by Hunter March (Awesomeness TV), the show features two pairs of contestants who put their emoji-solving skills to the test for a chance to win $10,000.