Buzzr and GSN Salute Game Show Queen Betty White

The queen of the game show reigns.

In tribute to Betty White, who would have turned 100 on Monday, cable channels GSN (Optimum Ch. 88; 184/684 on Fios) and Buzzr (Optimum Ch. 95 and streaming on PlutoTV) will show marathons of the many games from the beloved performer. show appearances Sunday and Monday. White, who died Dec. 31, had been part of dozens of game shows and TV shows, starting with something called “Grab Your Phone” in 1949 and straight through to ABC’s reboot of “To Tell the Truth.” in 2016.

Buzzr’s two-day salute kicks off at 10:30 a.m. Sunday with 7:30 p.m. of “Password” and “Password Plus,” both hosted by her second husband Allen Ludden, and the ’80s version “Super Password” featuring Bert Convy as master of ceremonies.

Starting Monday at 8 a.m., Buzzr will air 18 hours of episodes with White featuring rarities such as Gene Rayburn’s 1955 talk show “Make the Connection,” “What’s My Line?” and the ’90s version of “To Tell the Truth” hosted by Alex Trebek.

On Monday, GSN will also feature five hours of classic white game TV appearances beginning with “The $25,000 Pyramid” hosted by Dick Clark from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., followed by an hour of “Match Game” from 1 p.m. 2 p.m.

White is also being honored for her decades-long work as an animal rights activist. On Friday, Disney+ began streaming the National Geographic documentary “Betty White Goes Wild!” who took her to zoos in San Diego and Los Angeles for insight into the behavioral traits of feral cats.

As a special birthday present for White, The Walt Disney Company pledged $25,000 to the Los Angeles Zoo Animal Welfare Fund. Meanwhile, Buzzr and television production company Fremantle donate in his honor to the American Humane Society.

In addition to the small-screen greetings, the documentary “Betty White: A Celebration” will screen Monday at area theaters including Regal Deer Park 16, Regal Westbury 12, Showcase Cinema De Lux in Farmingdale, AMC Loews Stony Brook 17 and Island 16 Cinema De Lux in Holtsville. For tickets, go to fathomevents.com.