If they air them at night or on weekends, I don't see why it detracts (except to show that Bob Barker is far superior to Drew Carey). Plus you have so many people not home during the day anyhow to watch it. The show itself, except for the host, is basically the same now as it was in the 70s.
Carey rocks. And he's not nearly as creepy interacting with the models.
And yes, Jokers Wild would be a great addition. Basically a poor and dumber man's Jeopardy with a slot machine thrown in.
TJW consistently ranks high in viewer surveys and rankings, but is said to have been the lowest-rated program on GSN every time it's been run. While current rightsholder Sony Pictures Entertainment is still a GSN co-owner, it's unclear if GSN currently retains a license to air the show. It hasn't run in a very long time and is no longer listed on the corporate website as part of the channel's "Acquired Programming". (Then again, neither is CARD SHARKS, and that
airs about thirty times a day...)