"I’m always wrong. I can never really predict anything. But honestly, I would have been shocked if it didn’t do well," says Robert Mills, who heads ABC's alternative programming. He says game shows like Celebrity Family Feud, Match Game, The $100,000 Pyramid, To Tell the Truth, Card Sharks and Press Your Luck "can be cost-effective, especially if you do a lot of them. But we’re not looking to just do cheap programming. I remember, one producer came in and was trying to be complimentary, but it felt a little bit like a backhanded compliment: 'Oh, I love what you guys are doing. You’re playing moneyball.' That’s true, but I want these to be blue chips. It’s great that the floor for success is lower, but I actually think Press Your Luck and Card Sharks have breakout potential."