Deal Or No Deal

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2005

Deal or No Deal

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A contestant must choose from 26 sealed briefcases containing a marker for various amounts of cash from one penny to $1 million. The player then eliminates the remaining 25 cases one by one. The chosen ones are opened and the amount of money inside revealed. After several cases are opened, the player is tempted by the Banker to accept an offer of cash in exchange for not continuing the game and possibly winning a larger sum of money.

2005

Deal or No Deal

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Noel Edmonds presents the hit game show in which any one of 22 players could win up to £250,000. There are 22 sealed boxes, but only one question: deal - or no deal?

2006

Deal or No Deal

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A Dutch version of Deal or No Deal using the Australian format.

2003

Deal or No Deal

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An Australian version of the Dutch game show.

2007

Deal or No Deal

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Deal or No Deal in New Zealand is the New Zealand version of the international game show format.

2006

Deal or No Deal

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The Swedish version of the Deal or No Deal format.

2007

Deal or No Deal

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Deal or No Deal is a game show which was aired in Singapore on MediaCorp TV Channel 5 and MediaCorp TV HD5.

2007

Deal or No Deal

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The South African version of Deal or No Deal.

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Deal or No Deal

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The Lebanese version of the game show.

2006

Deal or No Deal

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The Norwegian version of Deal or No Deal.

1970

Deal or No Deal

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Deal or No Deal's Arabic version was first broadcast on September 14, 2004, having a brief weekly run on the Pan-Arabic channel MBC 1, called Al Safqa and hosted by Amir Karar, the top prize was US$1,000,000. After being cancelled, the show was revived as a daily program between April 1, 2005 and 2006 on LBC, called Deal or No Deal and hosted by Michel Sanan, the top prize was US$250,000 and was using the French format.

1970

Deal or No Deal

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Deal or No Deal is the Irish version of the Endemol game show, which was first broadcast on TV3 in Ireland on 13 November 2009. The show is hosted by magician and entertainer Keith Barry. The show is sponsored by Ireland's National Lottery, which sells scratch cards for a chance to appear on the show.

1970

Deal or No Deal

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The Maltese version of Deal or No Deal began on October 1, 2007, on the national station of Malta, TVM. The prizes start from €0.10, with the top prize being €25,000. The show is hosted by Pablo Micallef. Presented by Pablo Micallef, It is aired on TVM every day from Monday to Friday from 6:45pm CET onwards.

2007

Deal or No Deal Canada

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Canadian contestants are confronted with 26 sealed briefcases full of varying amounts of cash -- ranging from a measly penny to a million dollars. Without knowing the amount in each briefcase, they pick one -- theirs to keep, if they chooses, until its unsealing at game's end.

1970

Deal or No Deal Nigeria

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Deal or No Deal Nigeria is the Nigerian adaptation of the international game show format Deal or No Deal. It airs on M-Net Africa on Saturdays at 18:00. The first series started on July 7, 2007, and is scheduled to finish on December 29, 2007. One-time Football player and TV presenter John Fashanu is the host. As in many other versions, models hold 26 cases, with values going up to USD$100,000.

1970

Deal or No Deal Malaysia

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The Malaysian Chinese-language edition of Deal or No Deal is being aired on ntv7 at 7pm every Monday and Tuesday beginning 12 March 2007. Being the first Mandarin language version of Deal or No Deal anywhere in the world, it was initially hosted by Goh Wee Ping, who was replaced by Owen Yap in season 2. Prizes range from 10 sen to RM 100,000, hidden 2 cases each held by a "Revlon girl". The second season premiered on May 8, 2008 for 52 episodes.

2007

Deal Or No Deal Indonesia

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The Indonesian version of Deal or No Deal.

2007

Deal or No Deal Malaysia

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The English version of Deal or No Deal Malaysia.

Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal

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Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal is the Philippine franchise of Deal or No Deal, hosted by Kris Aquino, which premiered on June 5, 2006 on ABS-CBN. The smallest prize has always been ₱1, but the grand prize has always varied, from ₱2,000,000, to ₱4,000,000 for a short period, to ₱3,000,000 for the second season, and back to P2,000,000 for the third season. The game show's tagline is "Ang Kapalaran mo, Desisyon Mo" which in turn translates in English as "Your Fate, [is] Your Decision." At the time of its premiere, this was the first weekday primetime game show in the Philippines since the so-called primetime game show craze died down in late 2002, with Pilipinas, Game KNB?, the last remaining show among the weekday primetime game shows, reformatted into a daytime one after a relatively brief hiatus. The first season of the show was supposed to run until August 25, 2006, to give way to another Endemol-produced program Pinoy Dream Academy, but its run was expanded twice, first until September 8 in the same year, and again indefinitely, because of its extreme popularity. The season finale for the first season was aired on February 23, 2007 to give way to the second season of Pinoy Big Brother.

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