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Game Show Network also aired a children's game show block at this time, highlighted by Joker! In 1999, the network began a slate of original programming, including Inquizition, All New 3's a Crowd (a remake of 3's a Crowd) and Hollywood Showdown.As a result, this period, which lasted until April 18, 1998, came to be known as the "dark period" by game show fans.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.SPE was in competition with The Family Channel in launching a game show-oriented channel when The Family Channel announced the launch of its own service called The Game Channel (which failed to launch later on June 1, 1994).
On December 2, 1992, Sony Pictures Entertainment made a deal to acquire the Barry & Enright game show library, and in a separate deal, struck a 10-year licensing agreement for the rights to the Mark Goodson game show library of more than 20,000 episodes including among others, What's My Line? Upon the deal, Sony said it would sell an equity stake in the network to Mark Goodson Productions, including the production of new original series by Jonathan Goodson Productions. From 1994 until about 1997, the network aired classic pre-1972 game shows as well as game shows made after 1972, most of which came from the Mark Goodson–Bill Todman library.President Michael Fleming and vice president Jake Tauber were both fired and former Fox Family Channel president Rich Cronin were hired to head the network.