NBC will adjust its late-winter primetime schedule by moving "Deal or
No Deal" to Sundays (9-10 p.m. ET) followed by "The Apprentice: Los
Angeles" (10-11 p.m. ET) beginning Sunday, March 4. "Crossing Jordan"
(currently Sundays, 10-11 p.m. ET) shifts to Wednesdays (9-10 p.m. ET)
beginning March 7. The moves create an expanded block of unscripted
programming on NBC’s Sunday schedule, which will now feature "Grease:
You’re the One That I Want," "Deal or No Deal" and "The Apprentice: Los
Angeles," and a three-hour drama block on NBC’s Wednesdays schedule,
which will now feature "Friday Night Lights," "Crossing Jordan" and
"Medium." The announcements were made by Kevin Reilly, President, NBC
NBC’s hit game show "Deal or No Deal" teams up with Campbell Soup
Company for the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement
to raise awareness of heart disease in women on Monday, February 12
(8-9 p.m. ET). In Monday night’s episode, the Briefcase Models will be
seen in an exclusive red dress designed by Michael Vollbracht for Bill
Blass and provided by Campbell’s® Healthy Request® soup. After the
show, the red dresses, a symbol for women and heart disease, will be
auctioned on http://www.nbc.com/Deal_or_No_Deal/Campbell/, with all
proceeds donated to the charity.
Howie Mandel hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Join in on the Christmas cheer with a special two-hour episode, complete with Howie in a sleigh, a Christmas vault full of surprises, candy canes and snow, and caroling models in fur-trimmed red velvet holiday dresses.
On Thanksgiving (Thursday, November 23), NBC’s "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" will once again celebrate the holiday with an audience of United States military personnel. During that night’s program, a representative from each of the five major branches of the U.S. Armed Services will join host Howie Mandel — and the hit game show’s models — to play a version of "Deal or No Deal" for wonderful prizes.
NBC’s hit game show "Deal or No Deal," starring Howie Mandel, will return to the Fall schedule with an exhilarating premiere week featuring four nights of fun and big prize money, giving away over $20 million to lucky contestants — with another $1 million live over the course of the week to viewers at home with the interactive "Play at Home Lucky Case Game." The series will kick off with a special two-hour premiere on Monday, September 18 (8-10 p.m. ET) and will air on Tuesday, September 19 (8-9 p.m. ET), Thursday, September 21 (9-10 p.m. ET) and Friday, September 22 (8-9 p.m. ET).
NBC’s hit game show "Deal or No Deal," hosted by Howie Mandel, is getting some local help from its affiliate stations for a nationwide search for America’s next hopeful millionaire. "Deal or No Deal" is looking for energetic, charismatic and outgoing individuals who can think quickly on their feet. Candidates should be at least 18 years of age, and a legal resident of the 50 United States and/or Washington, D.C. Although they don’t need any special skills, they should be prepared to be engaging and show their excitement for the show.
NBC offers viewers an even better "Deal" as the network has added an additional eight episodes to its initial season order for the hit game show "Deal or No Deal" hosted by Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie"), and will now officially showcase the series on two nights — Mondays and Fridays (8-9 p.m. ET both nights). The announcement was made by Kevin Reilly, President, NBC Entertainment.
In the NBC premiere of the second run of Deal or No Deal, Donald Trump shows up to advise one of the contestants. Peter Montesanti is doing quite well in the game and has worked himself all the way up to a banker offer of $199,000. Host Howie Mandel then asks Peter if he wishes he had an expert to help him make financial decisions. Donald Trump then walks out to the loud roar of approval from the crowd.
NBC has upped the ante by raising the top prize money — along with contestants’ blood pressure — by a one-half million dollars each night when the exhilarating hit game show "Deal or No Deal" returns on Monday, February 27 for its week-long mid-season premiere (8-9 p.m. ET).
Business mogul and "The Apprentice" star Donald Trump will make a special guest appearance on NBC’s "Deal or No Deal" when the exhilarating hit game show returns on Monday, February 27 for its week-long mid-season premiere (8-9 p.m. ET).