Correctly answering 14 multiple-choice questions could net contestants $1 million on a half-hour quiz show that's had a long run since its adaptation from the Brit show with the same name. Its format has evolved, but the basics remain: Answer trivia questions to win what could be very big bucks. Safety nets along the way guarantee sums that can't be lost once a contestant reaches certain thresholds -- and players can quit any time, but going for the million carries the risk of losing hundreds of thousands with one wrong answer. Contestants get "lifelines" to help reach the top.
Did You Know?
From 2001-2006 there was a Who Wants to be a Millionaire Play It attraction at Disney's MGM Studios in Orlando, Florida where the attraction was a replica of the Millionaire set however there were a few differences such as contestants playing for points instead of money also the show was hosted by a cast member however on rare occasions the real Millionaire would be taped live from the Play It attraction and would be hosted by Regis See more
Meredith Vieira - Host
You know the rules, you know the lifelines, are you ready? Let's play.
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