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Deal or No Deal

Contestants get a chance to win money. 

Crew:
Howie Mandel (Host)

3/31/15
11:00 AM
Deal or No Deal A recently-engaged therapist hopes to win $500,000 to help pay for her wedding and put a down payment on a house for her mother.  (Repeat) GSN
3/31/15
11:30 AM
Deal or No Deal A retired professional wrestler hopes to win $500,000 to pay off his townhouse.  (Repeat) GSN
3/31/15
04:00 PM
Deal or No Deal A pharmaceutical researcher and developer hopes to win $500,000 to start his own business.  (Repeat) GSN
3/31/15
04:30 PM
Deal or No Deal A microbiology student hopes to win money to pay for tuition, help his mom renovate her house, and backpack around Europe.  (Repeat) GSN
4/1/15
11:00 AM
Deal or No Deal A licensed practical nurse hopes to win $500,000 to take her family to Hawaii, buy a new car and remodel her home.  (Repeat) GSN
4/1/15
11:30 AM
Deal or No Deal A paralegal hopes to win $500,000 to go to Tuscany, pay off her mortgage and buy a new car.  (Repeat) GSN
4/1/15
04:00 PM
Deal or No Deal A Polish woman who is engaged to a Caribbean man hopes to have a wedding that caters to both cultures.  (Repeat) GSN
4/1/15
04:30 PM
Deal or No Deal A math teacher hopes to win money to pay for graduate school.  (Repeat) GSN
4/2/15
11:00 AM
Deal or No Deal A woman who works for a major-league baseball team hopes to win $500,000.  (Repeat) GSN
4/2/15
11:30 AM
Deal or No Deal A 23-year-old special education teacher hopes to win $500,000 to get engaged and plan her dream wedding.  (Repeat) GSN
Deal or No Deal (2008)

Premise
The half-hour syndicated version of NBC's ``Deal or No Deal'' is also hosted by Howie Mandel, but the format has been tweaked a bit. Instead of a contestant choosing from 26 sealed briefcases containing a marker for various amounts of cash from one penny to $1 million, 22 cases are in play and the largest amount that can be won is $500,000. Once a case has been assigned to a contestant, the player then eliminates the remaining 21 cases one by one. The chosen ones are opened and the amount of money inside revealed. After several cases are opened, the player is tempted by the Banker to accept an offer of cash in exchange for not continuing the game and possibly winning a larger sum of money.

Current cast
Howie Mandel

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.