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Noel calls the Spook Squad in to Deal or No Deal". Deal or No Deal. 27–31 October 2014. Archived from the original on 30 October 2014 . Retrieved 5 November 2014. On the 27 Oct show Edmonds states that these Box 23 options always apply in special theme weeks. Edmonds tells the contestant the offer and asks the eponymous question. The contestant responds either "deal" or "no deal". Responding with "deal" means the contestant agrees to sell the box for the amount of money offered, relinquishing the prize in their box. The game is now over, though play continues to show the hypothetical outcome had the contestant not dealt. Saying "no deal" means the contestant keeps their box, and proceeds to the next round, again hoping to reveal small amounts in the remaining boxes. The show was put on hiatus for a two-month period in July 2015 (returning in September) and for six months in April 2016. It returned to screens in October 2016 to conclude its studio based run, which ended on 11 December 2016. The special "Deal or No Deal On Tour" episodes aired from 12 to 23 December 2016, officially bringing Deal or No Deal to an end. [29] Reboot [ edit ] For a two-week period starting on 10 October 2011, live episodes of the show were broadcast in place of the routine pre-recorded episodes. [ citation needed] Endemol officially announced that they would bringing the franchise to the UK in August 2005 with Channel 4 as broadcaster. [18] Channel 4 initially commissioned a run of 66 episodes, with filming beginning in October 2005. [19] The first episode was broadcast on 31 October that year. Channel 4 then commissioned a second filming period at the end of 2005. [ citation needed]

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Having initially begun filming episodes just a few weeks in advance, each new period of filming then began several months in advance, and at a rate of 15 episodes a week being filmed, [ citation needed] the delay between filming and broadcast varies; it can be months between the filming date and broadcast date for a particular episode. [6] Music producer scores a big 'deal' on TV show". Watford Observer. Newsquest. 10 May 2007 . Retrieved 28 May 2013. It was Brian Conley who presented the first run-through of the show, before Edmonds presented a run-through and then a pilot. Les Dennis was also in the frame before Edmonds said he'd do it. Conley told the Manchester Evening News that he missed out because Channel 4 and Endemol disagreed on the direction the show should take, saying that "Endemol wanted it to be like the French version, which was a lot more fun and light-hearted and not quite as serious as it has become." Chris Evans was also offered the job (or at least a place on the shortlist) but told the Daily Mail in January 2010, "I turned it down because it’s not clever enough for me. I still don’t understand why people like it." In October 2013, production moved to the Bottle Yard Studios, Bristol, which had been custom built to house the show. Filming for series 10 began on 28 October 2013 at the new location. [20] Participants [ edit ]Six episodes were sampled for an unusually deep episode of Dave Gorman: Modern Life is Goodish. One of these had been made into a screenshot that Gorman had made look like Jesus. I guess you had to be there. Cooke, Rachel (29 January 2006). "Saturday Night Fever". The Observer. London . Retrieved 30 September 2011. Remarkable Television (formerly Cheetah Television West) for Channel 4, 28 August 2006 to 11 December 2016 The Observer interviewed Edmonds in relation to the show on 29 January 2006, quoting Edmonds as saying that his scenes with the Banker bring out his "inner actor". He revealed his passion for the show and his admiration for the individual community spirit within it, as well as his (later fulfilled) ambition that it would eventually hold a Saturday evening prime time slot. [25] The Banker [ edit ]

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On several occasions the Banker's voice can be heard. He has been heard laughing maniacally, blowing kisses and imitating Basil Brush. Contestants have described his voice as sounding like "a dirty phone call", old and sexy, rather like well spoken deep voiced fellow contestant Lance and "the Scream man". Edmonds has often imitated the Banker's voice in a deep Churchillian tone. Short utterances or other audio from the Banker's end of the phone call can occasionally be heard by the viewer. Starting 29 September 2014, a new gameplay element, the "Offer Button," was added. [9] The button, situated on the contestant's desk, may only be used one time during the contestant's game. When it is pressed, the Banker must make an offer at that point, regardless of how many boxes have been opened at that stage. Anyway, it's friendly enough, Noel makes us care about the contestants and it's nice to see likeable people walk away with a decent sum of money. It's perhaps not quite the great and mighty format that some folk have talked it up as (and it does seem to be one of those shows that either you "get" or you don't) but as daytime gameshows go, it's pretty good and a deserved hit. a b c d "Behind the scenes of 'Deal Or No Deal' – Part 1". Digital Spy. 16 May 2006 . Retrieved 15 June 2013. Deal or no Deal. 13 May 2011. Channel 4. Described as the "dream finish" by Edmonds on episode broadcast 13 May 2011 as well as numerous other episodes

Some sources have speculated that the Banker is really former Coronation Street actor and host of The Mole, Glenn Hugill, who works as part of the show's production team. [26] Edmonds denied these claims in Heat magazine in July 2006. [27] However, in 2015, these claims were later proven to be accurate by Richard Osman, who confirmed that Hugill is the Banker. [28] Episodes [ edit ]

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By May 2006, episodes were being filmed Monday to Friday at a rate of 15 episodes a week. Three episodes were recorded in a day in two sessions, one edition in the afternoon using one audience, and then two episodes filmed in the evening using a different audience. The studio operated from 9am to 10pm. [6] Episodes of Deal or No Deal were pre-recorded. The show was broadcast mid afternoon (usually 4pm) six days a week throughout the year (with a month long break in July/August that was ultimately dropped in 2012). Sunday editions ceased broadcast on 17 October 2014. While Deal or No Deal had a standard theme for most of the year, it also broadcast several special episodes usually themed to particular events or national public holidays such as Christmas and Easter. These were stopped before the filming of the 2015 episodes due to Channel 4 Racing misinforming the show of when they would broadcast, resulting in the programme not knowing when their episodes would actually air. Consequently, "Double Trouble" specials substituted the regular specials, in which two people play the game. These games were not in sequence with the regular show. Ex-Corrie star outed as No Deal banker". The Manchester Evening News. 5 April 2006 . Retrieved 3 March 2007. From September 2014, it turns out that a twenty-third box was not enough to keep viewers interested, so another addition to the format was introduced called the "Offer Button" where after the first five boxes were opened, the contestant must guess within a margin of 10% what the banker's offer is. If they guess correctly, the button comes into play and they can press it at any stage during the game to get an offer from the banker regardless of how many boxes are opened in a particular round and the button can only be used once.


Occasionally Channel 4 broadcast episodes of Celebrity Deal or No Deal, with the celebrities playing the game for charity. The following is a chronological list of these celebrity participants: The programme reached its 1500th episode on New Year's Eve 2010, and reached its 3000th, penultimate episode on 22 December 2016 - co-incidentally Edmonds' sixty-eighth birthday. The Offer Button becomes available after the opening five boxes are selected. To be able to make use of it during their game, the contestant must correctly guess, within a margin of 10%, the banker's opening offer. The Banker's offer is written and sealed in a capsule and sent to the studio before the contestant guesses the amount. [10] On special themed shows, the contestant additionally wins a holiday if their guess is within the margin. [11] Top prize winners [ edit ]

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