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The show escaped cancellation multiple times while I was hosting, so I wanted financial security in case NBC decided to dump it.Looking back at it, I let my ego get in the way of my decision making and it was a terrible mistake.
Dingle, the toothless old mailman, on New Zoo Revue, a daily fantasy show for kids.
Starting in August of 2002, Chuck has been hosting Lingo (2002) on Game Show Network (GSN).
A new version of Love Connection (1983) was attempted from 1998-1999.
His longest lasting game show is Love Connection (1983). He hosted Scrabble (1984) on NBC for 7 years (1984-1990, 1993) and was the first host of Wheel of Fortune (1975) (1975-1981) before he left after a contract dispute with creator Merv Griffin (Pat Sajak took over and still is the host today).
Woolery's most recent game show outputs were a short lived syndicated revival of The Dating Game (1997) from 1998 to 2000 and the big money game show Greed: The Series (1999) on FOX from 1999 to 2000.