"Deal or no deal" returns to TV...and they're looking for contestants

Production is beginning on CNBC’s new game show, with 30 one-hour episodes of the all-new “Deal or No Deal” scheduled to tape this summer in front of a live studio audience. Hosted and executive produced by Howie Mandel, the show will premiere Dec. 5. The program is taping at Universal Orlando Resort.

The announcement notes that CNBC, which focuses on business news during the day, transitions into an entertainment network at night, with a slate of prime-time programs that includes “The Profit,” “Shark Tank,” “Jay Leno’s Garage,” “Billion Dollar Buyer,” “The Deed,” “American Greed,” “Deadly Rich” and “Secret Lives of the Super Rich.”

The press release from CNBC says:                                                                                                                                          

One of America's most popular and beloved game shows, "Deal or No Deal," is back with its iconic host Howie Mandel. The all new "Deal or No Deal" will feature all the high energy and risk-reward that captivated audiences, with some exciting new twists. 

  We're currently casting for the show and looking for submissions from fans like you! To apply head over to https://dealornodeal.castingcrane.com/, enter for your chance to be on the show and you could be our next "Deal or No Deal" winner!  

  On the hit game show "Deal or No Deal," contestants play and deal for a top prize of $1 million. With 26 sealed briefcases full of varying amounts of cash – ranging from a penny to $1 million─ and the mysterious entity known only as "the Banker," contestants are faced with a game of odds and chance and whether to accept an offer of cash from "the Banker" in exchange for what might be contained in the contestant's chosen briefcase. 



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