Win, Lose or Draw: Disney Resurrecting Game Show

If you were around in the 1980s, you may remember a game show called Win, Lose or Draw. It was co-created by actor Burt Reynolds and his pal, actor/host Bert Convy.

The show ran for 585 episodes between a nighttime and a daytime version. Vicki Lawrence hosted the two seasons of the daytime version on NBC. Convey hosted the first two seasons of the nighttime version before handing the reins to Robb Weller for the final year.

Well, Disney Channel has announced they're reviving the show for a kid audience. Justin Willman will host and it will feature Disney stars as the celebrity players.

Here are the details:

Disney To Present Contemporary Kid- And Family Version Of Hugely Popular Game Show "Win, Lose Or Draw" On Disney Channel

-- Justin Willman Set to Host --
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Hgtv reveals New Years' Day lineup schedule

Hgtv kicks off the New Year with an all-day lineup of wondrous premieres to accompany its annual live and commercial-free coverage of the 124th Tournament of Roses Parade. From 8 a.m. to midnight Et/Pt on Tuesday, January 1, Hgtv will premiere 13 new specials of America.s most astonishing spaces, including Outrageous Kitchens, Outrageous Bathrooms, Extreme Homes, Amazing Water Homes and Celebrity Motor Homes. At 11 a.m. Et / 8 a.m. Pt, viewers will enjoy a front row seat for the 2013 Rose Parade as Hgtv hosts Chuck Nice (Home Strange Home), Chris Lambton (Going Yard), Matt Blashaw (Professional Grade) join television personality Robb Weller to offer commentary on this year.s festivities. The excitement continues after the
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Reelz Is Taking You to the Red Carpet at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards

ReelzChannel has taken you to the red carpets of the Oscars, Golden Globes, Independent Spirit Awards, Critics' Choice Television Awards, and the Emmys. Now, we're taking our viewers to the red carpet of the Critics' Choice Movie Awards for the first time. Reelzchannel will be on the ground at the red carpet show for the Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Thursday, Jan. 12.

“We’re excited to show our viewers all of the live red carpet action from the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards,” said Matthew Singerman, Svp of ReelzChannel Programming. “Reelz is continuing its commitment to TV About Movies by covering one of the biggest red carpets packed with tons of America’s favorite movie stars.”

Hollywood Uncensored host Sam Rubin and Jessica Holmes will host two hours of live coverage from the Hollywood Palladium. Rubin, Joey Berlin, Robb Weller, and Gary Grossman will executive produce.

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Mary Hart Tapes Final Entertainment Tonight Episode with Friends

Mary Hart Tapes Final Entertainment Tonight Episode with Friends
After nearly 30 years hosting Entertainment Tonight, the day has come for Mary Hart to put down her mic. Hart, 60, whose hosting duties will be fulfilled by Nancy O'Dell, 45, was surprised with a party on stage after her final taping on Thursday. Unexpected guests, including Hart's former co-hosts John Tesh (co-hosted from 1982-1996), Bob Goen (co-hosted from 1993-2004) and Robb Weller (co-hosted from 1984-1986), were brought out for the big farewell. Additionally, Natalie Cole surprised Hart and serenaded the departing host with her hit, "Unforgettable." Admitting in November that leaving Et was "not an easy decision," Hart said, "Knowing I will
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TV deal afoot for baby mind reader

Weller/Grossman Prods. has inked a co-production deal with RTL for a reality series featuring Scottish psychic Derek Ogilvie, a self-professed expert in reading the minds of infants.

Ogilvie, who is the author of "The Baby Mind Reader", previously appeared in a British series of that name. He was introduced to U.S. audiences with an appearance on NBC's "Today".

Ogilvie claims to have the ability to communicate telepathically with babies and young children. The impetus behind his work is to convey their feelings and concerns to troubled parents in an attempt to resolve behavioral and emotional difficulties.

The new series, "Baby's Wil Is Wet" (What Baby Wants Is Law), launches on RTL 4 in the Netherlands this fall with a 15-episode order. Weller/Grossman is talking to networks Stateside about a U.S. version of the show.

"We've been astounded by Derek's ability to connect with children and their parents," said Robb Weller, who is executive producing with Gary Grossman for their company. "He's an original, and when it comes to getting from problem to problem-solved, Derek delivers."

Added Grossman: "There's no one like Derek Ogilvie on television.

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