Buzzr TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for Buzzr in the Fresno

This is the Buzzr TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Fresno. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

1:30 AMMatch Game 
`Dumb Dora was so dumb that...' is a typical lead-in to `fill-in-the-blank'-style queries asked of contestants seeking to match celebrities' answers. This game show had several incarnations on network TV and in syndication, but throughout it was noted for the double-entendre humor and in-joking byplay among its celebrity panelists, including Charles Nelson Reilly and Richard Dawson (in a stint that launched his kissy-kissy `Family Feud' career).
2:00 AMMatch Game 
`Dumb Dora was so dumb that...' is a typical lead-in to `fill-in-the-blank'-style queries asked of contestants seeking to match celebrities' answers. This game show had several incarnations on network TV and in syndication, but throughout it was noted for the double-entendre humor and in-joking byplay among its celebrity panelists, including Charles Nelson Reilly and Richard Dawson (in a stint that launched his kissy-kissy `Family Feud' career).
2:30 AMMatch Game 
`Dumb Dora was so dumb that...' is a typical lead-in to `fill-in-the-blank'-style queries asked of contestants seeking to match celebrities' answers. This game show had several incarnations on network TV and in syndication, but throughout it was noted for the double-entendre humor and in-joking byplay among its celebrity panelists, including Charles Nelson Reilly and Richard Dawson (in a stint that launched his kissy-kissy `Family Feud' career).
5:00 AMPaid Programming 
Home Shopping Network, a leading interactive multichannel retailer which offers a curated assortment of exclusive products combined with top brand names, offers innovative, differentiated retail experiences on television.
5:30 AMTo Tell the Truth 
An artfully simple Goodson-Todman mainstay in which three players claimed to be the same person. Four celebrity panelists questioned them before voting on who was telling the truth, with incorrect guesses netting prize money for the contestants. The moment of truth always came with the familiar words, `Will the real [name of person] please stand up?' The show was revived in syndication in 1980, hosted by Robin Ward; in 1990, with Gordon Elliott, then Lynn Swann; and in 2000, with John O'Hurley.
6:00 AMSale of the Century 
Three contestants answer rapid-fire, general-knowledge questions for the chance to buy big-ticket items at bargain prices. The winner may keep the prize or risk it the next day for a shot at something better.
6:30 AMSupermarket Sweep 
Contestants at a supermarket rush to fill their carts with as many items as possible and, in a bonus round, find hidden cash. The original version, which was taped at actual supermarkets, aired on ABC from 1965 to 1967. The revival, which began in 1990, first aired on Lifetime before moving to PAX.
7:00 AMBody Language 
Contestants are partnered with celebrities in this charades-style game in which `their bodies do the talking,' as host Tom Kennedy puts it.
7:30 AMBlockbusters 
A player competes against a pair of family members answering trivia questions in a race to connect a path across a game board.
8:00 AMMatch Game Hollywood Squares Hour 
9:00 AMMatch Game 
`Dumb Dora was so dumb that...' is a typical lead-in to `fill-in-the-blank'-style queries asked of contestants seeking to match celebrities' answers. This game show had several incarnations on network TV and in syndication, but throughout it was noted for the double-entendre humor and in-joking byplay among its celebrity panelists, including Charles Nelson Reilly and Richard Dawson (in a stint that launched his kissy-kissy `Family Feud' career).
9:30 AMMatch Game 
`Dumb Dora was so dumb that...' is a typical lead-in to `fill-in-the-blank'-style queries asked of contestants seeking to match celebrities' answers. This game show had several incarnations on network TV and in syndication, but throughout it was noted for the double-entendre humor and in-joking byplay among its celebrity panelists, including Charles Nelson Reilly and Richard Dawson (in a stint that launched his kissy-kissy `Family Feud' career).
10:00 AMClassic Concentration 
Two contestants must face a computer-generated board of 25 squares.
10:30 AMClassic Concentration 
Two contestants must face a computer-generated board of 25 squares.
11:00 AMPassword 
A Goodson-Todman classic in which celebrity-contestant teams compete in a word-association game, with each player giving only one-word clues. Subsequent versions of the show were titled `Password Plus' and `Super Password.'
11:30 AMPassword Plus 
Contestants---including celebrities---compete for cash prizes in an updated version of the classic game show.
12:00 PMSuper Password 
A new edition of the game, featuring jackpots worth thousands of dollars, and a `cash word,' worth $1000 or more for guessing a single word.
12:30 PMTattletales 
Celebrities and their spouses tried to match answers to host Bert Convy's questions on this game show. While one spouse sat backstage (and out of earshot), the other would answer the host's questions. Then the offstage player would give their response while sitting before a monitor.
1:00 PMPress Your Luck 
Players answer questions to earn `spins' on a giant board in this daytime favorite from the 1980s. What they want, of course, is cash, merchandise or vacations, but, to use the series catchphrase, `no whammys,' which would mean watching a cartoon ogre confiscate all their swag. The format was later revived by the Game Show Network during the 2002-03 season.
1:30 PMCard Sharks 
Contestants guess whether high or low cards from a deck will be revealed in a popular game show that in later versions included contestants predicting the outcome of surveys.

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