Adalian, Josef
May 2006
Daily Variety;5/2/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 21, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that the success of the game show "Deal or No Deal" in the United States has started a game show trend in the television industry. Endemol USA, subsidiary of Dutch firm Endemol and producer of "Deal or No Deal" has signed series deals with ABC and Fox for new gameshow concepts. ABC has acquired "For the Rest of Your Life" and Fox has chosen "Show Me the Money." CBS also has acquired "Gameshow Marathon." Endemol also has sold "1 vs. 100" to NBC.


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