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Sony’s reality game show ‘Deal Ya No Deal’ begins from November 23

22-October-2005
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Sony’s reality game show ‘Deal Ya No Deal’ begins from November 23

Sony Entertainment Television is ready with its reality game show, ‘Deal Ya No Deal’. The show will be aired in the Wednesday to Friday slot at 8.30 pm. The prize money is to the tune of Rs 1 crore. Popular South Indian actor R Madhavan will host the show, which will be produced by Miditech in association with Endemol BV.

Commenting on the conceptualisation of the Indian version of this mega game show, Tarun Katial, Executive Vice-President and Business Head, Sony TV, said, “We will present an opportunity to our viewers to experience the ultimate adrenaline rush of the thrilling moments that the contestants are going through at each stage of the show and for the participants, it will be a true test of temperament and decisiveness. They will have to really put their body and mind on the line for the prize money, which will vary from a measly sum right to a life-changing jackpot.”

The show format is owned by Endemol. International versions of ‘Deal Ya No Deal’ have enjoyed very high viewership worldwide with a successful track record in 43 countries, including Albania, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Chile, Croatia, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Israel Mexico, the Middle East, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Thailand and Vietnam.

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