Legendary Game Show Host John Davidson To Host Game Show Network's SATURDAY NIGHT CLASSICS
John Davidson, former host of Hollywood Squares, That's Incredible! and The $100,000 Pyramid, will present a night of classic game shows on Saturday, February 10 at 8 p.m. ET.
The three-hour retro block will begin with MATCH GAME and end with two episodes featuring Davidson as a contestant on What's My Line? and I've Got A Secret. And for even more John, you can watch him co-host Game Show Network's daily lottery giveaway, Daily Draw, every weeknight at 7 p.m. ET leading up to Saturday.
SATURDAY NIGHT CLASSICS SCHEDULE
8 - 9 PM Match Game
9 - 10 PM Dawson Family Feud
10 PM What's My Line?
10:30 PM I've Got a Secret
John Davidson, singer/TV personality made his Broadway bow with Bert Lahr and Larry Blyden in the short-lived musical, "Foxy", in 1964 at the Ziegfeld Theater. TV producer Bob Banner, who discovered such other formidable talents as Carol Burnett, Dom DeLuise and Bob Newhart, caught John in one of his performances and immediately took him under his wing. This eventually led to his career taking off by hosting That's Incredible!(1980). The show's format fit John's buoyant nature to a tee and lasted four years, alongside co-host Cathy Lee Crosby. His talent for self-effacing "straight man" humor showed up first as a The Hollywood Squares (1965) regular, then as takeover host of The New Hollywood Squares (1986), which lasted several years. He also took over Dick Clark's emcee post on the Syndicated game show, The $10,000 Pyramid (1973), during the 1992-1993 season.