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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? In its format, currently owned and licensed by Sony Pictures Televisioncontestants tackle a series of multiple-choice questions to win large cash prizes, with the format being a twist on the game show genre — only one contestant plays at a time, similar to radio quizzes; contestants are given the question before attempting an answer, and have no time limit to answer questions; and the amount offered increases as they tackle questions that become increasingly difficult.

The maximum cash prize offered in most versions of the format is one million of the local currency. The original British version debuted on 4 Septemberand was aired until its final episode on 11 February ; a revived series of seven episodes to commemorate its 20th anniversary inwere aired from 5 to 11 May.

Since its debut, international variants of the game show have been aired in Wants to be a millionaire indonesia online dating countries worldwide. The format of the show was created by David Briggs, Mike Whitehill and Steven Knight, who had earlier created a number of the promotional games for Tarrant's morning show on Capital FM radio, such as the bong game. Tentatively known as Cash Mountain[1] the show took its finalised title from a song written by Cole Porter for the film High Societystarring by Frank Sinatra and Celeste Holm.

In Marchoriginal producer Celador announced that it was seeking to sell the worldwide rights to Millionairetogether with the rest of its British programme library, as the first phase of a sell-off of Wants to be a millionaire indonesia online dating company's format and production divisions.

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The idea to transform the UK programme into a global franchise was conceived by British television producer Paul Smith. He laid out a series of rules that the international variants in the franchise were to follow: Millionaire and all of Celador's other programmes were ultimately acquired by Dutch company 2waytraffic.

A group of contestants on each episode play a preliminary round called "Fastest Finger First". All are given a question by the host and four answers which must be placed within a particular order; in the original version and pre episodes Wants to be a millionaire indonesia online dating the Australian version, contestants have to simply answer a multiple-choice question.

If any contestants are visually impaired, the host reads the question and four choices all at once, then repeats the choices after the music for this round begins. The contestant who not only answers correctly, but in the fastest time, goes on to play the main game.

In the event that no one gets the question right, another question is given; if two or more contestants answer correctly but with the same time, they are given a tie-breaker amongst them to determine who will move on.