Who Wants to Be a Millionaire

Testing the contestant's knowledge of every day things, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, hosted Terry Crews, gives ordinary people a chance to have an extraordinary experience. With multiple choice questions and three help lines called, life lines, giving the participants a chance when stumped by a question. Each life line has a different purpose: Poll the audience gives the contestants the chance to ask the audience members their opinion of the correct answer; Jump a question allows the contestant to skip a difficult question.

Each participant goes through the questions, the more answered correctly, the more money is at stake and possibly lost with a wrong answer.

Weekdays 11:30 AM et/pt on ABC
13 Seasons, 1349 Episodes
September 16, 2002
Game Show
6.0/10
Cast: Meredith Vieira, Chris Harrison, Terry Crews, Cedric the Entertainer
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Episodes
News

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Full Episode Guide

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • A version of the British game that marked the return of big-money quiz shows to prime-time TV, in which players navigated a total of 15 questions for, originally, a $1 million prize.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

  • Contestants try to win up to $1 million by answering trivia questions, and they can use three different lifelines to assist them in their endeavors.

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire News

Is This the Biggest 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' Fail Ever?

This Australian woman was eliminated on the first question.