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The Next Line was a 1990s television game show. Produced by Blair Murdoch, it was filmed at the studios of CKVU-TV in Vancouver, British Columbia. Hosted by Kevin Frank, with Kathy Morse (later the mayor of Maple Ridge from 2002 to 2005) as the announcer (the pair had also worked together on another game show, Kidstreet, which aired around the same time), it centered on viewing classic movie clips that were cut off at a point and then determining which of a panel of "experts" gave the correct line that followed. It premiered in 1991 on many Global Television Network stations, but was cancelled after 13 weeks. Reruns were first aired on Prime Network in the late 90s, and later resurfaced on GameTV.

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  • The Next Line was a 1990s television game show. Produced by Blair Murdoch, it was filmed at the studios of CKVU-TV in Vancouver, British Columbia. Hosted by Kevin Frank, with Kathy Morse (later the mayor of Maple Ridge from 2002 to 2005) as the announcer (the pair had also worked together on another game show, Kidstreet, which aired around the same time), it centered on viewing classic movie clips that were cut off at a point and then determining which of a panel of "experts" gave the correct line that followed. It premiered in 1991 on many Global Television Network stations, but was cancelled after 13 weeks. Reruns were first aired on Prime Network in the late 90s, and later resurfaced on GameTV.
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  • The Next Line was a 1990s television game show. Produced by Blair Murdoch, it was filmed at the studios of CKVU-TV in Vancouver, British Columbia. Hosted by Kevin Frank, with Kathy Morse (later the mayor of Maple Ridge from 2002 to 2005) as the announcer (the pair had also worked together on another game show, Kidstreet, which aired around the same time), it centered on viewing classic movie clips that were cut off at a point and then determining which of a panel of "experts" gave the correct line that followed. It premiered in 1991 on many Global Television Network stations, but was cancelled after 13 weeks. Reruns were first aired on Prime Network in the late 90s, and later resurfaced on GameTV. The show was based on an earlier game show, The New Liar's Club (another show produced by Murdoch), which was played using similar rules. Even the set was nearly identical, but with some minor adjustments including the vane scoring display expanding to 4 digits (while The New Liar's Club's display used only 3). Unlike Liar's Club, The Next Line had no studio audience.
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