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GSN to Blend Gender Insight with Game in ‘Mind of a Man’

Gameshow hails from Never Nominated Prods. and 51 Minds

GSN has ordered 40 episodes of “Mind of a Man,” a new gameshow that has women trying to figure out what men really think.

Each episode features two femme contestants as they determine what men think about dating, marriage, work and more, based on surveys of 100 men. A co-ed celeb panel will help guide the contestants and offer their opinion throughout the game.

Show is produced by Never Nominated Prods., with 51 Minds Entertainment’s Mark Cronin exec producing.

GSN is bringing our viewers a series that answers the question I’ve often asked myself: ‘What on earth are men thinking?!’ ” said Amy Introcaso-Davis, EVP, Programming and Development, GSN. “’Mind of a Man’ offers plenty of outrageous humor along with truly enlightening insights—a winning combination for both women and men.”

“Just as men have never quite figured out ‘what women want,’ we know that women are often completely mystified by men—‘Why didn’t he call?’ ‘What is he feeling?’ ‘Does he love ESPN more than me?’ ” added Cronin. “At last, with ‘Mind of a Man,’ women can get the answers they’ve been looking for—and win some serious money in the process.”

“Mind of a Man” will premiere on GSN later this year.

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