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Sony Movie Channel Cine Sony Television Sony Entertainment Television AXN Animax Get TV Movies4Men More Than Movies Scuzz Starz TV Kix Pop Tiny Pop The Vault True Drama True Entertainment True Movies 1 True Movies 2 The channel's programming is primarily dedicated to game shows, including reruns of classic game shows, along with new, first-run original and revived game shows.
For a period in the mid-2000s, Game Show Network began branching out into "games" in general, including reality competition series and televised poker shows.
The network aired game shows in a 24-hour cycle, and also used live interstitials as wraparound programming.
In its first few months, GSN's commercials consisted of public service announcements (PSAs), promotions for its programming and commercials related to network parent company Sony.
By 1995, when the network began to expand, the network began accepting conventional advertising as it gained new sponsorships.
On March 17, 1997, the Game Show Network rebranded with a new presentation package and a new logo (which had the network's name in boxes and a colorful swirling ball) and a new slogan "All Play, All Day".
While the logo changed, its programming remained unchanged, the network also debuted new promos and new idents on that day, which were designed by graphics agency Lee Hunt Associates.
On October 11, 1997, the network's rights to the Goodson-Todman library expired, with the exceptions of The Price Is Right and the 1994–95 season of Family Feud (the only season in the second Richard Dawson era), which were both allowed to continue airing on the channel on a separate contract. With the other Goodson-Todman shows gone, lesser-known Sony properties such as Juvenile Jury, The Diamond Head Game, the 1976–77 version of Break the Bank, and the Bill Cullen-hosted games Chain Reaction and Pass the Buck all found their way onto the schedule. , and Wheel 2000 – the respective adaptations of The Joker's Wild, Jeopardy! On April 18, 1998, Game Show Network bought back the rights to the Goodson-Todman library.