Free TV Tickets For Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas Summary

  • Show Status: Active
  • Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas is The taping can last up to eight hours with a 1 hour lunch break where lunch is provided by the production company. long
  • Opened September 12, 2016
  • Show Closes: Open ended
  • Daytime Game Show
  • TV Broadcast

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire is a game show in which a contestant answers a series of trivia-like questions to win one million dollars.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas Ticket Information

You can get FREE tickets directly from Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. On the TV show's website, fill a short online form including a desired date, the quantity of tickets, name, address, email address and phone number.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas Show Schedule

The show tapes practically every day during their taping season. They tape five shows a day and have both morning and afternoon sessions that begin at 10AM and 2PM. This show tapes from June - October.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas Broadcast Time

In the New York area Millionaire is transmitted at 2:00 PM and repeated at 1:00 AM on ABC channel 7. In other TV markets the channel and the transmission time may vary.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire is syndicated to the domestic United States. The show is also broadcast in Puerto Rico and The Virgin Islands. The show is not sold to foreign markets as each country has their own version of the show.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas Age Requirements

Everyone attending a WWTBAM must be at least 18 years or older to attend this TV show and must have proper government-issued ID.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas Host Profile

Chris Harrison was born in Dallas, Texas on July 26, 1971. The TV host is synonymous with ABC’s long running The Bachelor franchise, as he has hosted the show and each of its variations (The Bachelorette, The Bachelor Pad and Bachelor’s Paradise) since its debut in 2002. The Dallas native attended Oklahoma City University on a soccer scholarship, which segued into his television career where he began by covering local sports and later horse racing for the TVG network. Harrison had married his college girlfriend, with whom he has two children with.

In May 2012, Harrison and his wife announced their divorce after 18 years of marriage. Harris was quoted in an interview with US magazine, saying that the two still remained close friends. In addition to hosting The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, Harrison has also hosted Designers’ Challenge on HGTV, an American Music Awards pre-show on ABC and also covered the red carpet for the Primetime Emmy Awards. In April 2015, it was announced that Harrison would succeed Terry Crews, as host for the long standing game show, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? for the 2015-2016 season.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas Background

Despite the odds of winning the million dollars is now extremely remote, the WWTBAM TV show is still a great deal of fun to see and be a contestant on. The warm-up team gets the crowd going and soft drinks and snacks are supplied that keep the audience and contestants invigorated and energized. The show used to be shot in Stamford, Connecticut - so it was less-than-ideal for New Yorkers, but now it is even more difficult due to the show relocating to Las Vegas. The producers decided to move for Season 15, because Las Vegas is a larger area with more people. You can get a 10% off discount at the following hotels if you are going to be an audience member: Ballys, Harrah's, Caesars Palace, Paris.

The show has seen a variety of taping locations and hosts. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire now tapes five times more shows than it did when it was a weekly network TV show back in its heyday, but Millionaire hasn't actually given out a million dollars since 2009. Even prior to this current drought, there was a previous six year drought, between 2003 and 2009, with no one walking off the set with the million dollar check. By all counts, there is a lopsided list of winners with nine of the last twelve million dollar winners that were all in the original network show, which was prior to 2001, back when Regis Philbin was the host

The show is a game show format where contestants answer general knowledge questions with an ever increasing prize format, similar to the $64,000 Question TV show format from the 1950's. In 2010 the show changed its question format from 15 questions of ascending difficulty to 14 questions of random difficulty.

The show also features some interesting lifelines when the contestant is stumped on a particular question with options such as "Phone a Friend", "50/50" and "Ask the audience." To get to the million dollars, contestants must answer fifteen multiple choice questions. The show was switched from Network Television to a syndicated cable TV show in 2002. Who Wants To Be a Millionaire was originally located in New York City but the popular game show moved its production to Last Vegas, Nevada for its 15th season.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire previously taped at two other locations including the Metropolis Studios at 105 East 106th Street and The ABC Television Center - East Coast on West 67th Street, both in New York City. WWTBAM then moved from CT to Las Vegas at the Caesars Entertainment Studios in 2016.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Las Vegas Notes

Previous Million Dollar Winners:

John Carpenter: 11/19/99

Dan Blonsky: 01/18/00

Joe Trela: 03/23/00

Bob House: 06/13/00

Kim Hunt: 07/06/00

David Goodman: 07/11/00

Kevin Olmstead: 04/10/01

Bernie Cullen: 04/15/01

Ed Toutant: 09/07/01

Kevin Smith: 02/18/03

Nancy Christy: 03/09/03

Sam Murray: 11/20/09

Noteworthy Dates for this TV Show

The network TV version ran from 8/16/99 to 6/27/02

The syndicated version ran from 9/16/02 to present.

Feb 2001 - Disney's Hollywood Studios introduces Who Wants To Be A Millionaire attraction.

June 2012 - GSN received rights to air reruns of the show from the first three seasons 1999 to 2002.

April 2006 - Million dollar prize, however quite remote, is converted to annuity payments over 25 years.

Caesars Entertainment Studios

4165 Koval Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Studio Information

Cast Members

Chris Harrison

Past Cast Members

Regis Philbin
Meredith Vieira
Cedric "The Entertainer"
Terry Crews


Executive Producers:

James Rowley

Michael Burberry

Steven Knight

Production Credits

Disney-ABC Domestic Television

Creative Team

Rich DiPirro
Mark T. Williams
Original Creators
Mike Whitehill
Original Creators
David Briggs
Original Creators
Steven Knight