Type
Reality/Game Show
Premiered
Mar. 14, 2010
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
NBC TV Network
Genre
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Minute to Win It

In each episode competitors face 10 challenges that escalate in level of difficulty using everyday household items. Each game has a one minute time limit and failure to finish on time results in elimination. At various points throughout the game, the competitor can walk away with the money earned up to that point - but it'll take nerves of steel to complete all 10 tasks to win $1 million.

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04x42 Season 4, Episode 42 Aired: Jun. 14, 2014

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GSN Revives Minute To Win It. 40 new hour-long episodes have been ordered for a late 2013 premiere. The revival likely comes due to impressive ratings that repeat episodes of the show have been pulling in since the network acquired the off-network rights for last year. The Guy Fieri-hosted series, in which contestants use everyday items in a series of challenges, originally aired on NBC between 2010 and 2011. There is no word on if Fieri will return as the host on the new network.

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  • Values of all ten rounds in Minute to Win It's game levels: Game 1: $1,000. Game 2: 2,500. Game 3: $5,000. Game 4: $10,000. Game 5: $50,000. Game 6: $75,000. Game 7: 125,000. Game 8:…
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    Values of all ten rounds in Minute to Win It's game levels: Game 1: $1,000. Game 2: 2,500. Game 3: $5,000. Game 4: $10,000. Game 5: $50,000. Game 6: $75,000. Game 7: 125,000. Game 8: $250,000. Game 9: $500,000. & Game 10: $1,000,000 spelled out is one million dollars.
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  • Occasionally, contestants earn an additional player (of the three strikes as batting in baseball, before a strike out) and 10 extra seconds, for harder games, during first six levels or games.
  • The "Sneak Peak" preview, hosted by Apolo Ohno the price amounts are different. At each level they are: Level 1 is $1,000. Level 2 is $2,000. Level 3 is $3,000. Level 4 is $5,000. Level 5 is…
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    The "Sneak Peak" preview, hosted by Apolo Ohno the price amounts are different. At each level they are: Level 1 is $1,000. Level 2 is $2,000. Level 3 is $3,000. Level 4 is $5,000. Level 5 is $10,000. Level 6 is $15,000. Level 7 is $25,000. Level 8 is $50,000. Level 9 is $100,000. & Level 10 is $250,000.
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