Disney Channel’s keeping itself in the franchise revival business.
Not only is the cable network developing an update of “Boy Meets World” that, based on the public fascination over it, is sure to go to series, but its announced that it is bringing back a contemporary, family version of the classic game show “Win, Lose or Draw.”
The show is set to go into production in July, with Justin Willman (“Cupcake Wars”) as host. Each episode will feature two teams of made up of two kid contestants paired with a Disney star “competing in a battle of drawing skills, creativity and wits to win prizes.”
The revival, due to premiere later this year, will incorporate leading edge technology, motion control, interactive multi-touch screen displays and graphic technology into the drawing board and game play.
The original “Win, Lose or Draw” aired on NBC from 1987-90 and in syndication. Disney’s “Teen Win, Lose or Draw” aired on Disney Channel from 1989-92.
Here’s a 1990 episode from “Teen Win, Lose or Draw” featuring a young Leonardo DiCaprio because, why not?