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Let's Make a Deal 

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Hosted by Wayne Brady, this reboot of the classic game show features costumed contestants who are offered deals and must choose to keep what they have or trade for the possibility of winning big.
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Series cast summary:
Tiffany Coyne ...  Herself - Model / ... 903 episodes, 2010-2018
Wayne Brady ...  Himself - Host / ... 864 episodes, 2009-2019
Jonathan Mangum ...  Announcer / ... 782 episodes, 2009-2018
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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 3 Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Original Song: 30,000 Reasons to Love Me, Outstanding Directing in a Game Show and Outstanding Game Show Host - Wayne Brady. Written by Jwelch5742

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5 October 2009 (USA) See more »

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In another nod to the Internet, in some quickie deals the person picked is asked to identify a photo that is in the show's Instagram account. If the contestant picks the right photo the contestant is awarded $300 for his or her correct guess. See more »

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Version of Let's Make a Deal [Israel] (1994) See more »

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Good adaption of a game show favorite
24 January 2018 | by dinergirltSee all my reviews

When CBS announced the cancellation of Guiding Light and chose Let's Make A Deal as Guiding Light's replacement show many fans were disappointed at Guiding Light's cancellation but happy to see Let's Make A Deal return in a new version to TV. Although many people think this version of Let's Make A Deal seems like a spin-off of The Price Is Right because it's produced by FremantleMedia and shares Mike Richards as producer CBS has come to air a game show that people of all ages can like and enjoy on TV. When it comes to making deals and bringing joy and laughter to every contestant Wayne Brady is an excellent choice to host the show and delivers fun and excitement as the late Monty Hall did when he was the host of the original version of Let's Make A Deal and the announcer Jonathan Magnum and model Tiffany Coyne make excellent additions to the Let's Make A Deal cast along with Cat Gray who is also part of Wayne Brady's band. The only improvement I would do for Let's Make A Deal in the future is have more trips to U.S. cities be given as prizes to contestants who play rather than trips to South Africa India China England and other countries. But CBS has done an amazing job with Let's Make A Deal and I hope they can continue to keep the spirit of Monty Hall alive with future seasons. I am glad that it's still on the air and hope CBS makes more episodes and less themed episodes as well


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