Buzzr is an American digital multicast television network that is owned by Fremantle North America, a unit of the Fremantle subsidiary of RTL Group. Buzzr subchannel is seen in 62 U.S. television markets. The network is also available nationwide on free-to-air C-band satellite via Galaxy 19 in the DVB-S2 format. The network sources its programming from the extensive library of classic game shows owned by Fremantle, some of which were (and are) part of the Game Show Network's (GSN) programming lineup.[5][6][7] The network marks Fremantle's first entry into North American broadcasting;[4] however, parent company RTL operates numerous TV channels in Europe.

TypeDigital broadcast television network
(game shows)
AvailabilityNationwide via OTA digital TV (U.S. coverage: 65%)[1]
Dish Network (channel 245)
C-band satellite (Galaxy 19 transponder 12)[2]
Pluto TV
FoundedJanuary 20, 2015
SloganLet's Play
Key people
  • Mark Deetjen (general manager)[3]
Launch date
June 1, 2015[4]
Picture format
480i (SDTV)
AffiliatesList of affiliates
Official website


The Buzzr brand was first used by Fremantle for a YouTube channel created and produced by its digital content studio Tiny Riot, which debuted in late 2014. The Buzzr YouTube channel features classic clips, and short-form adaptations of its game show properties (such as Family Feud and Password), with internet celebrities as contestants, primarily aimed towards millennials.[6][8][9]

On January 20, 2015, FremantleMedia announced that it would launch Buzzr, a digital multicast network that would serve as an extension of the brand; the network, with the Fox Television Stations as its charter station group. Buzzr features classic game shows from the company's programming library.[10][11][12] Thom Beers, former CEO of FremantleMedia North America, stated his interest in launching a network centered on its game show content after he joined the company in 2012, calling such a project a "top priority" for Fremantle as a way to help monetize the value of its library. The company intended to focus Buzzr toward older adults, with Beers citing that the "old-format game shows are really, really hard [for the younger viewership that the Buzzr YouTube channel targets] to watch."[6]

The Buzzr television network debuted on June 1, 2015, with the launch preceded by a preview reel outlining its initial programming that aired in an eight-hour continuous loop, starting at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The network formally launched that evening at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time with the 1963 pilot episode of Let's Make a Deal as the first show to be broadcast.[4][13][14][15]

In February 2016, Fremantle was sued by Codename Enterprises, a New York-based web development firm, for trademark infringement, dilution, and unfair competition, as it has done business under the name "Buzzr" since 2009. The suit argued that Fremantle's use of the brand on its YouTube channel had associated it with objectionable content, and alleged that Fremantle had displaced its own YouTube channel URL to point towards it.[16]

In 2016, to celebrate the upcoming 75th year of the genre,[17] the network created a story arc of the game show with new episodes of favorable classics, along with additional promotions and special marathons all year long. Additionally, that fall, FremantleMedia began leasing select episodes of Card Sharks with Bill Rafferty and Family Feud with Louie Anderson for weekend airings on their affiliates' main channels, though this practice ended after a single season.

In October 2016, FremantleMedia and Canadian video game company Ludia teamed up to create a slot machine app based on Buzzr's programming. The name of the app is called the "Buzzr Casino"[18] based on their former prime-time programming block.

On March 27, 2017, Buzzr began airing paid programming from 6 to 8 AM on weekdays, and from 6 to 10 AM on weekends. On January 1, 2018, paid programming was also added to the 5 AM hour for both weekdays and weekends.

In June 2018, Buzzr launched a live stream hosted on their website, which mirrors the network broadcast.[19]


Fremantle has a library of game shows, spanning 154 series and an estimated 40,000 episodes overall, from which it draws its programming.[20] The network's regular lineup – with series produced from the 1950s to 2000 – includes such programs as To Tell the Truth, Password, Family Feud (encompassing episodes beginning with Richard Dawson as host and dating up to John O'Hurley's tenure), Let's Make a Deal (from Monty Hall's runs as host), What's My Line?, I've Got a Secret, Beat the Clock, Card Sharks, Body Language, and Match Game[5][6][7] (including, beginning in 2019 for the first time since the show's first run, the Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour).[21] Reruns of The Price Is Right have been identified as a potential future series on the network but, to date, the only episodes to have aired on the network have been from the 1950s/1960s version, which were added in 2019.[22] Most of the original episodes' content is intact (including product plugs), though in addition to the actual closings (which usually say either "A Mark Goodson/Bill Todman Production" or "A Mark Goodson Television Production"), the Fremantle logo is also seen at the end of its shows, in simularity to its GSN reruns, with a very rare chance of showing its logos. (The product plugs are removed in the 70s syndicated episodes, in order to stay in the 22-minute minimum.) With Fremantle's acquisition of the Supermarket Sweep franchise, reruns of that series (from David Ruprecht's hosting run) were added in 2018.

As of 2018, almost all of Buzzr's lineup consists of game shows that originally had aired between 1973 and 1992 (Match Game, Password, Family Feud and Supermarket Sweep, in particular, air multiple episodes each day), with select blocks of 1950s and 1960s panel shows also being featured. Celebrity Name Game and Temptation are the only 21st-century game shows the network has aired. More obscure programs occasionally air as special program blocks, including the anthology series Lost and Found, featuring rare episodes, unsold pilots, and forgotten shows. On October 20, 2017, Buzzr debuted its first original program Game Changers. This documentary reviewed the history of the game show genre and featured interviews with game show personalities such as Alex Trebek, Wink Martindale and Drew Carey.[23] Buzzr airs the bare minimum educational children's programming, leading out of its weekend morning infomercial blocks to minimize interruption; DragonflyTV, Aqua Kids and Wild at the San Diego Zoo each air twice weekly. Other than these, the only non-game show related programming on Buzzr thus far was between September 14, 2017 and October 6, 2017, when episodes of Richard Simmons Dream Maker briefly appeared on the schedule, and a marathon of The Great Christmas Light Fight in November, 2018.

Streaming services

In 2017, Buzzr began streaming its programming to Amazon Prime Video and Twitch; the Amazon Prime Video offering provides video on demand, while the Twitch feed offered a linear feed separate from the over-the-air telecast. As of January 2019, the Twitch feed became inactive.[24][25][26] Buzzr also provides some game show programming to Nosey, a site offering video-on-demand of daytime television reruns. The local Buzzr affiliate sub-channel is carried in some areas on the streaming service LocalBTV as well. In 2018, as part of their third birthday celebration, Buzzr[27] started live streaming on their official website, with that feed matching the over-the-air telecast, filling holes in markets that do not have an over-the-air affiliate and making the network available to everyone in the United States for the first time. Later that year, Buzzr was added to Pluto TV.[28][29][30] In 2019, Stirr, a free over-the-top service launched by Sinclair Broadcast Group, included Buzzr among its offerings.[31] Both Stirr and Pluto carry different advertising on their services during Buzzr's commercial breaks. On April 22, 2019, it has been announced (via Facebook) that Buzzr[32] would not be returning to Twitch.


As of February 2016, Buzzr has current subchannel affiliation agreements with television stations in 53 media markets encompassing 26 states and the District of Columbia, covering over 60% of media markets in the United States.[33]

Fox Television Stations was announced as the network's initial affiliate group, airing Buzzr on 12 Fox owned-and-operated stations (including a satellite station of Orlando O&O WOFL, whose sister station WRBW serves as that market's affiliate) and five MyNetworkTV owned-and-operated stations. Buzzr has affiliates in all 10 of the largest and 15 of the 20 largest U.S. television markets (including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston-Manchester and DallasFort Worth), with an initial reach of 37% of U.S. television homes.[5][10][22] In four of the network's launch markets (New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas–Fort Worth, and Phoenix), Buzzr is affiliated with stations whose subchannels the network occupies were previously affiliated with Bounce TV; as a result of a March 2014 agreement with Univision Communications, Bounce TV moved its affiliations in those markets to Univision-owned stations in late May 2015, shortly before Buzzr launched.[34]

Debmar-Mercury (which serves as the distribution partner for the current syndicated run of the Fremantle-produced Family Feud) was hired by FremantleMedia to handle responsibility for the recruitment of affiliates through agreements with other broadcasting companies.[5][7][22][35] The network hopes to expand its charter affiliate footprint to reach markets covering 50 million U.S. households with at least one television set.[6]

In September 2016, Yes TV, a small Canadian television system with stations in Ontario and Alberta, began airing a Buzzr-branded programming block of classic game shows called "Buzzr After Hours" overnight Tuesday to Saturday from 1 to 3:30 a.m. (formerly 1-4 a.m.) local time.[36] When the block first aired, the schedule were episodes of To Tell the Truth, What's My Line? and I've Got a Secret followed by two episodes of either Card Sharks on Tuesday and Saturday, Double Dare on Wednesday, Beat the Clock on Thursday or Sale of the Century on Thursday nights. In April 2017, the block was reduced by a half hour following a schedule of two episodes of Match Game (78), episodes of Super Password and Tattletales followed by an episode of either Card Sharks, Double Dare, Beat the Clock or Sale of the Century. The third and last schedule adopted in October 2017 was Match Game (75), Super Password, Tattletales, Blockbusters (later replaced by Body Language) and Press Your Luck. Yes TV discontinued the block in September 2018.

In May 2017, Dish Network began carrying Buzzr on channel 245.

List of former affiliates

City of license/market Station Virtual
Owner Dates of affiliation Notes


Gary (Chicago, Illinois) WPWR-TV 50.4 Fox Television Stations February 2016 - June 10, 2018 Moved to WFLD 32.3


Cincinnati WOTH-CD 20.3 Block Broadcasting July 2013 - January 23, 2018 Replaced Antenna TV
ceased broadcasting Jan. 2018


Ogden-Salt Lake City KUCW 30.3 Nexstar Media Group July 3, 2015 - September 2, 2016 Replaced ZUUS Country in 2015
Replaced by Escape in 2016


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External links


KBGU-LP is a low powered digital television station that is licensed to and serving St. Louis, Missouri. The channel broadcasts in digital on UHF channel 33. It is affiliated with FremantleMedia's game show network Buzzr. It is owned and operated by HC2 Holdings.


KBZC-LD is a low-powered television station licensed to Enid, Oklahoma, United States, and serving the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma media market. The station, which broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 42, is owned by DTV America Corporation of Sunrise, Florida, which also owns and operates DrTV affiliate KUOC-LD, also of Enid. KBZC-LD carries a selection of digital multicast networks, including

Although it is licensed to Enid, the signal does not reach its city of license, but it can be seen within the immediate Oklahoma City area, along with most of its suburbs.


KKJB (Virtual channel 39 and UHF channel 15) is a full-power television station based in Boise, Idaho. It is owned by Cocola Broadcasting.

On November 30, 2018, KKJB switched from channel 39 to channel 15.


KPKN-LD is a digital low-powered television station located in and licensed to Tyler, Texas, USA. It is a Buzzr affiliate owned by DTV America Corporation of Sunrise, Florida, who also owns Estrella TV affiliate KDKJ-LD. The station broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 33.


KPMF-LD, virtual and UHF digital channel 26, is a low-powered television station licensed to Paragould, Arkansas, United States, within the Jonesboro media market, though it actually serves the Memphis, Tennessee, market from the WATN/WLMT transmitter off Brief Road in the Brunswick section of unincorporated northeast Shelby County. The station is owned by HC2 Holdings. It is presently not carried on any cable or satellite providers.


KSAO-LD, channel 49, is a low-power digital television station in Sacramento, California, United States, and is an affiliate of the Spanish-language television network Azteca América. The station is branded as Azteca 49 Sacramento and is owned by Cocola Broadcasting. On cable, KSAO is available locally on Comcast Xfinity channel 397, AT&T U-verse channel 4 and Spectrum channel 191.


KUOC-LD is a low-powered television station that is licensed to Enid, Oklahoma and owned by DTV America Corporation. KUOC transmits their digital signal on UHF channel 33 from a transmitter in Chandler Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma.The station is currently affiliated with Buzzr, a FremantleMedia-operated classic game show channel.


KYMB-LD is a low-powered television station broadcasting in digital on channel 27, serving the Monterey Bay area in Monterey, California. Founded July 31, 2007, the station is currently owned by Monterey Bay Television LLC. Comcast carries KYMB 27.1 on channel 19 in the Monterey Bay Area and Santa Cruz County. The station broadcasts five digital subchannels and is an affiliate of Me-TV, This TV, QVC Shopping Network, TCN Country and the Son Life television networks.


WDSF-LD is a low-powered digital MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station that is licensed to and serving Montgomery, Alabama. The station, which broadcasts on UHF digital channel 19, is owned by DTV America Corporation, a television station group based in Sunrise, Florida. The station is a primary affiliate of the MyNetworkTV programming service, with programming from their secondary affiliation with Quest filling all other time slots.


WEKA-LD is a digital low-powered television station serving the Cleveland-Akron-Canton, Ohio media market. Licensed to Canton, Ohio, the station is owned by DTV America Corporation. The station broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 27 (virtual channel 41 via PSIP).


WGPS-LP is a low-powered television station that is licensed to and serving Fort Myers, Florida. It is owned by WGPS of Southwest Florida, LLC. through licensee DTV America Corporation. It is currently an affiliate of Cozi TV broadcasting over digital UHF channel 22.


WHVL-LP is a low-powered MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station licensed to State College, Pennsylvania, United States. Owned by Channel Communications, it broadcasts an analog signal on UHF channel 29 and a high definition digital signal (as WHVL-LD) on UHF channel 27 (or virtual channel 29 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop Rattlesnake Mountain in Rush Township. The station is available on cable throughout the Johnstown–Altoona–State College market.


WKBJ-LD is a low-powered digital television station that is licensed to Live Oak, Florida, United States; while Live Oak and Suwannee County is within the Tallahassee media market, the station instead serves the Jacksonville, Florida market, from its transmitter and tower located near the corner of Hogan and Newton Roads in the Brackridge neighborhood of Jacksonville, just off Florida State Road 115.

The station is owned by Sunrise, Florida-based DTV America Corporation, and it is an affiliate of FremantleMedia-operated game-show oriented network Buzzr. The station’s digital signal is broadcast on UHF channel 20.


WLFG, virtual channel 68 (UHF digital channel 14), is a religious independent station licensed to Grundy, Virginia, United States, serving the Tri-Cities area of southwestern Virginia and northeastern Tennessee. The station is owned by Abingdon, Virginia-based Living Faith Ministries. WLFG's transmitters are located near Hansonville, Virginia and Harlan, Kentucky.

The station's programming is relayed on two satellite stations: WAGV (virtual channel 68) in Harlan (which shares transmitter facilities with WLFG) and WLFB (virtual and UHF digital channel 40) in Bluefield, West Virginia (with transmitter atop East River Mountain, south of Bluefield, Virginia). WAGV was the first to broadcast exclusively in digital following a malfunction at its analog transmitter.


WQDT-LD is a low-powered digital television station licensed to Lumberton, Mississippi and serving the New Orleans, Louisiana media market. The station is a Buzzr affiliate owned by DTV America Corporation. The station’s digital signal is broadcast over UHF channel 33, but consumer television receivers display the channel as virtual channel 34 via PSIP.

The station transmits its digital signal from a tower located along U.S. 90 near Westwego.


WUDZ-LD is a low-powered television station licensed to and originally broadcasting in Terre Haute, Indiana, United States, but since relocated to and now serving Indianapolis. The station, which broadcasts its digital signal on virtual and UHF channel 28, is owned by DTV America Corporation of Sunrise, Florida. The station is affiliated with Buzzr, a FremantleMedia-owned classic game show-oriented network.


WUOA-LD is a digital low-powered Laff-affiliated television station that is licensed to and serving Birmingham, Alabama, USA. The station is under ownership of DTV America Corporation of Sunrise, Florida. The station broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 17, while consumer digital TV receivers display the station as virtual channel 46 via PSIP. The signal originates from a transmitter located on Red Mountain on the south side of Birmingham. The station is currently affiliated with Laff.


WXOD-LD is a low-powered digital television station that is licensed to Wabasso, Florida, and serving the West Palm Beach, Florida media market. The station is owned by Sunrise, Florida-based DTV America Corporation, and it is an affiliate of FremantleMedia-operated game-show oriented network Buzzr. The station’s digital signal is broadcast on UHF channel 33.


WYBN-LD is a low-powered digital television station that is licensed to Cobleskill, New York, and serving the Albany-Schenectady-Troy television market. The station is owned by Cable Ad Net New York, Inc., and is currently serving as an affiliate of Buzzr. The station’s digital signal on UHF channel 14 originates from a transmitter on the Helderberg TV antennae farm site, New York.

City of license/market Station[5][37] Virtual
Owner Notes


Birmingham WUOA-LD 46.2 DTV America
Montgomery WDSF-LD 19.2 Replaced Dr. TV


Phoenix KUTP 45.3 Fox Television Stations


Fayetteville KAJL-LD 16.4 DTV America


Bakersfield KCBT-LD 34.8 Cocola Broadcasting Launch date TBD
Los Angeles KCOP-TV 13.2 Fox Television Stations Replaced Bounce TV
Monterey KYMB-LD 27.4 Cocola Broadcasting
Oakland-San Francisco KTVU 2.4 Fox Television Stations
Reedley-Fresno KVBC-LP 13.7 Cocola Broadcasting
Sacramento KSAO-LD 49.3


Denver KSBS-CD 3.3 Denver Digital Television, LLC
Sterling KCDO-TV 3.3 Newsweb Corporation Replaced HSN

District of Columbia

Washington WTTG 5.2 Fox Television Stations


Fort Myers WGPS-LP 22.4 DTV America
Jacksonville-Live Oak WKBJ-LD 20.1
Orlando WRBW 65.4 Fox Television Stations
Tampa-St. Petersburg WTVT 13.3
West Palm Beach WXOD-LD 33.1 DTV America


Atlanta WAGA-TV 5.3 Fox Television Stations


Boise KKJB 39.4 Cocola Broadcasting


Chicago WFLD 32.3 Fox Television Stations Relocated from WPWR-TV 50.4


Indianapolis WUDZ-LD 28.1 DTV America


Des Moines KAJR-LD 36.5 DTV America


Sublette KDGL-LD 23.2 High Plains Broadcasting, LLC.
Dodge City KDDC-LD
Garden City KGCE-LD
Liberal KSWE-LD
Ulysses KDGU-LD
Kansas City KCKS-LD 25.1 Heartland Broadcasting, LLC.
Kansas City KMJC-LD
Topeka WROB-LD
Wichita KGPT-CD 26.9 Great Plains TV


Bowling Green WCZU-LD 39.2 DTV America
Louisville W50CI-D 50.1 South Central Communications
East Bernstadt WOBZ-LD 9.1


Lafayette K18JF-D 20.2 HC2 Holdings Launch Date TBD
New Orleans WQDT-LD 34.1 HC2 Holdings
Shreveport KBXS-CD 14.1 L4 Media Group


Boston WLVI-TV 56.2 Sunbeam Television Replaced ZUUS Country


Detroit WJBK 2.3 Fox Television Stations
Lake City-Cadillac WMNN-LD 26.6 Freelancer Television Broadcasting


Minneapolis-St. Paul KMSP-TV 9.4 Fox Television Stations Replaced Bounce TV


Joplin-Pittsburg KPJO-LP 49.4 DTV America
Kansas City KCKS-LD 25.1
St. Louis KBGU-LP 33.1 Replaced MundoMax


Las Vegas KGNG-LD 47.2 King Kong Broadcasting
New Jersey
Secaucus/New York City WWOR-TV 9.3 Fox Television Stations Replaced Bounce TV

New York

Albany WYBN-LD 14.1 Cable Ad Net New York Inc. Replaced Youtoo America
Buffalo WBXZ-LP 56.8 Steven Ritchie

New Mexico

Albuquerque KRTN-LD 39.2 Ramar Communications

North Carolina

Fayetteville-Raleigh WNCB-LD 16.2 DTV America
Charlotte WJZY-TV 46.7 Fox Television Stations

North Dakota

Valley City-Fargo KRDK-TV 4.10 Major Market Broadcasting


Cleveland-Canton-Akron WEKA-LD 41.3 DTV America
Columbus-Marion WOCB-CD 39.2 Cen. Ohio Assoc. of Christian Broadcasters
Portsmouth WTZP-LP 50.3 Eagle Broadcasting Group, Inc. Replaced Laff


Oklahoma City KBZC-LD 42.3 DTV America Corporation
Tulsa KUOC-LD 48.1


Philadelphia WTXF-TV 29.4 Fox Television Stations
Pittsburgh WOSC-CD 61.3 The Video House
State College-Johnstown WHVL-LP 29.2 Channel Communications, LLC Replaced YouToo America


White House-Nashville WKUW-LD 40.1 DTV America Replacing Dr. TV
Memphis KPMF-LD 26.4 DTV America


Amarillo KLKW-LD 22.4 DTV America
Austin KTBC 7.3 Fox Television Stations
College Station-Bryan KZCZ-LD 34.5 DTV America
Dallas-Fort Worth KDFI 27.3 Fox Television Stations Replaced Bounce TV
Houston KTXH 20.4 Fox Television Stations
San Antonio KOBS-LD 19.2 DTV America Corporation
Tyler KPKN-LD 33.1
Waco KZCZ-LD 34.5


Salt Lake City KBTU-LP 23.3 DTV America Launched November 2016


Madison WZCK-LD 8.8 DTV America
Milwaukee WTSJ-LP 38.2 DTV America

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