Monopoly Millionaires' Club is an American game show hosted by Billy Gardell. The game show, initially, was based on a failing multi-state drawing game coordinated by the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), using the Monopoly board game brand under license from Hasbro. This season Monopoly Millionaires' Club will move to a half–hour format. Host Billy Gardell ("Mike and Molly") and local game co–host Todd Newton ("Family Game Night") will greet contestants and take them through a series of games inspired by the iconic Hasbro board game.
Every show, lucky lottery players are randomly selected from the audience to play one of eight signature games for the chance to win up to \$100K, which they split with their section of the studio audience. Then, one contestant will risk their winnings in the exciting final round that offers the chance to win \$1 million in cash and other prizes. The Monopoly Millionaires' Club TV Game Show is filmed on a new, custom–built soundstage that is the largest in Nevada and atop the largest LED floor ever used on a TV series.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
Monopoly Millionaires' Club - Georgia Lottery - Netflix
The Georgia Lottery Corporation, known as the Georgia Lottery, is overseen by the government of Georgia, United States. Headquartered in Atlanta, the lottery takes in over US$1 billion yearly. By law, half of the money goes to prizes, one-third to education, and the remainder to operating and marketing the lottery. The education money funds the HOPE Scholarship, and has become a successful model for other lotteries, including the South Carolina Education Lottery.
Monopoly Millionaires' Club - Mega Millions - Netflix
In the mid-1990s, Georgia helped launch The Big Game (now Mega Millions) when it began in 1996. (Its drawings usually are held in Atlanta.) Mega Millions players choose six numbers for $2; five “white ball” numbers, 1 through 70, and a sixth (Mega Ball) number, 1 through 25. (The Mega Ball number can be a duplicate of a “white ball” number.) The minimum jackpot is $40 million. Mega Millions replaced The Big Game in 2002. The Megaplier option, initially available only in Texas, was made available to Georgia's players on November 7, 2010.