GSN has announced the two-week return of "Late Night Black and White," a showcase of fan-favorite classic games. Weekdays from December 17th - 28th, GSN will add two of TV's most popular panel shows to its lineup with the broadcast of "What's My Line?" at 2:00 am ET and "I've Got A Secret" at 2:30 am ET.
Winning a Golden Globe and three Emmy Awards, "What's My Line?" is the longest running primetime game show in history, airing over 17 years. The game play consisted of four panelists who attempted to guess either the unusual occupation of a guest contestant or a product associated with them. Hosted by John Daly, audiences tuned into the live weekly broadcast to play along with a rotating line-up of celebrity panelists such as Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen and Bennett Cerf.
"I've Got A Secret," another long-running primetime network series, is one of the most popular game shows of all-time. The format featured four celebrity panelists who by cross examination tried to determine each contestant's secret. Hosted by such greats as Garry Moore and Steve Allen, the show featured classic celebrity panelists including Henry Morgan, Betsy Palmer and Jayne Meadows.
Celebrity appearances during the "Late Night Black and White" classic episode run include:
"What's My Line?" Mon-Fri 2:00 am Monday, Dec. 17th: Jack Benny Tuesday, Dec. 18th: Louis Armstrong Wednesday, Dec. 19th: Jerry Lewis Thursday, Dec. 20th: Esther Williams and Dick Clark Friday, Dec. 21st: Barbra Streisand
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