Lets make a deal

Lets make a deal

Lets make a deal

Remember that time when you were walking home from school and you met that guy with the pirate hat on? Or maybe you met a girl in the park other than your crush from fourth grade, who also happens to have an organically dyed Mohawk like you? You made a deal for them to teach you about chemistry or whatever, but then you didn’t really do anything with the knowledge.Let's Make a Deal (also known as LMAD) is an American television musical comedy variety-game show that originated in the United States in 1963 and has since been produced in many countries throughout the world. The program was created and produced by Stefan Hatos and Monty Hall, the latter serving as its host for nearly 30 years.


CBS adds to its daytime game-show lineup with an updated version of the classic TV show of the 1960s, filmed in Los Angeles. Hosted by comic/singer/actor Wayne Brady, contestants -- often dressed in a wide variety of original costumes -- will still compete for money and prizes by striking wacky deals. Jonathan Mangum is the show's announcer, and Monty Hall, arguably the best-known host of the earlier version of the show, is listed among the new show's creative consultants. The program won a Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Song in 2014 for "30,000 Reasons to Love Me," composed by Cat Gray and performed by Wayne Brady.

As noted above, CBS revived Let's Make a Deal in 2009. The revival premiered on October 5, 2009, and CBS airs the show daily at 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Eastern time (9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. in other time zones). Like the program that it replaced, the long-running soap opera Guiding Light, affiliates can choose to air it in either time slot; most affiliates, however, prefer the early slot in order to pair the two CBS daytime game shows together. Markets running the show in the later slot include Bakersfield, Baton Rouge, Chattanooga, Chicago, Dayton, Des Moines, Gainesville (FL), Houston, Jefferson City (MO), Kansas City, Las Vegas, Lexington (KY), Macon, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, Orlando, St. Louis, Memphis, and Wichita.From September 27, 2010 to October 1, 2010, Let's Make a Deal and The Price Is Right aired two episodes a day on an alternating week. CBS did this to fill a gap between the final episode of As the World Turns, which ended a fifty-four-year run on September 17, 2010, and the debut of The Talk. The double-run games aired at 2:00 p.m. Eastern. (Source:en.wikipedia.org)


Be sure to follow Let’s Make A Deal on Twitter (@LetsMakeADeal) to get helpful info about your specific taping such as special themes or what might be asked during the Quickie Deals at the end of the show. But don’t let that be the end of your chances at cold, hard cash…Wayne, Jonathan, and Tiffany will also ask for random items that you might have on your person. Be sure to stuff your pockets, purses, and wallets with whatever you think might win you something! Each episode of Let's Make a Deal (which was billed by Jay Stewart, who served as the show's announcer from 1964 until 1977, as "

The Marketplace of America") consisted of several "deals" between the host and a member or members of the audience as contestants. Audience members were picked at the host's whim as the show went along, and couples were often selected to play as "one" contestant. The "deals" were mini-games within the show that took several formats.Cash Country – Various items representing cash are placed along a map of the United States. There are also multiplier items that multiply the cash chosen. The contestant(s) first chooses a cash item on the map, followed by a multiplier item. They can either take the multiplied cash or a sure thing in the Let's Make a Deal envelope. (Source:gameshows.fandom.com)




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