Howie Mandel is returning to NBC with another game show.
The Deal or No Deal host will headline Howie Mandel's White Elephant, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The network has ordered seven episodes of White Elephant. This is how it works:
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Following the successful debut of Mobbed, the surprise flash mob special hosted by Howie Mandel, Fox has ordered it to series for eight episodes, Deadline.com reports.
Based on a format from the Deal or No Deal host, Darryl Trell and Howard Kitrosser, Mobbed adds a hidden-camera element to the ever-popular flash mobs springing up around the world and on television shows, including...
CBS has ordered a Deal or No Deal-esque game show pilot called Secret Fortune from American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance producer Nigel Lythgoe, Deadline.com reports.
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The game presents contestants with 24 envelopes, each containing a check for amounts ranging from a dollar to an outrageous fortune. Over the course of the game, 23 envelopes are destroyed, leaving the contestant with a possibly life-changing sum...
Kevin Pollak has been tapped to host Fox's new prime-time game show Million Dollar Money Drop, the network announced Monday.
The game show — from the masterminds behind Deal or No Deal — gives a team $1 million in cash; to keep it, they have to ...
Bette Midler will be a panelist on an upcoming episode of NBC's The Marriage Ref, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Midler will be joined on the panel by Deal or No Deal host Howie Mandel. A third panelist has not been announced for the episode, which is slated to air May 13.
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The Nielsen ratings reporting system is fixed, following a several-day glitch which kept the networks (as well as moi) in the dark.
Now we can bring you highlights from the start of the week; Tuesday and Wednesday's numbers will trickle in over the next day or so. Make the jump to see who did what!
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As Christmas traditions go, it might not rank with coal in naughty children's stockings, but 25 years is nothing to sneeze at...right, Sneezy?
Read on for previews of SportsCenter 2008: The Greatest Year in Sports, Hot Ice, Cool Sounds, Hallmark Heroes and Deal or No Deal.
Patricia Kara, who beholds suitcase No. 9 on NBC's Deal or No Deal, is putting her money where her months are, by way of a calendar whose proceeds will benefit a worthy cause. Kara shares a peek inside her eye-catching endeavor, as well as offers tips on how to be the guy who "flips her latch".
TVGuide.com: How did it get narrowed down to you and Tameka Jacobs as the only suitcase models on the syndicated Deal or No Deal?
Patricia Kara: I really don't know what the rhyme or reason was, other than we probably are the two loud-mouthed ones. [Laughs]
TVGuide.com: Or maybe you two happen open your cases with an extra-special flourish...?
Kara: You know, that might be it. Or not.
TVGuide.com: If one of you calls in sick, how is it decid
After three seasons of no big winners, Howie was finally able give away the million dollar jackpot to a stay-at-home mom. The odds were a bit better during last night's season premiere considering there were five million dollar briefcases in the mix, but what really kept this mommy-to-be in game was her "let-it-ride" attitude.