Host Chris Harrison talks about the excitement of filming the new season of Millionaire at Bally’s Las Vegas. Check out the video above and tune in Monday, Sept 12 for season premiere week!
Everyone’s favorite trivia game show, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, is now taping at Bally’s Las Vegas in front of a live studio audience!
Tune in all summer long and watch the new season premiere Monday, September 12, 2016. Check the station finder above or your local listings for time and channel.
Visit our ticket request page today to get tickets and access discount hotel room rates.
Auditions are available at every show taping. Just sign up to be in the live studio audience by requesting tickets here and you can also audition to be a contestant!
Good news! Millionaire is moving its production to the bright lights of Las Vegas, Nevada to tape at Bally’s Las Vegas in front of a live studio audience.
Even better news? Booked contestants and ticketed members of the studio audience will be eligible for a 20% discount on hotel room rates at Bally’s Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, and Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be the next Millionaire, learn how to try out on our Auditions page. Hotel discount information will be provided to contestants once they have been booked for a show.
Want to join the studio audience? Click here to request tickets and access discounted hotel rates today!
The long-running, popular game show “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” is moving its production to the bright lights of Las Vegas, Nevada, beginning with the upcoming 2016-2017 season. Hosted by Chris Harrison, “Millionaire” will tape its shows at Bally’s Las Vegas in front of a live studio audience. Entering its 15th season in national syndication, “Millionaire” will premiere on Monday, September 12, 2016.
Las Vegas is one of the premier entertainment capitals of the world. Millions have been entertained over the years at Bally’s Las Vegas, which now will become the new home of “Millionaire.”
“Millionaire” features contestants from all over the country and from all walks of life, and remains a game in which anyone can walk in and win big. In the show’s classic format, contestants must answer 14 trivia questions correctly with the aid of three lifelines — Ask the Audience, Plus One and 50/50 — in order to win $1 million. Contestants also can win big as they navigate their way up the ladder as the tension and difficulty build with each question, along with the prize money. Since the show debuted in syndication in 2002, contestants have won nearly $95 million.