Wheel of Fortune

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Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune

Series overview

The iconic game show returns as contestants once again spin to win - based on the successful global brand, the show will be hosted by BAFTA Award-winner Graham Norton and produced by Whisper North, part of the Sony Pictures Television-backed Whisper Group.

Returning for a run which includes two celebrity specials, the epic game show will once again be centred around a giant carnival wheel as the contestants spin to win for a life-changing cash prize.

In this thrilling game of skill and luck, the turn of the wheel secures a cash value before they pick a letter to help them solve the puzzle - for every correct letter they reveal in the puzzle, they win multiples of that amount.

The pressure is on as they could lose everything at a spin of a wheel which contains ‘bankrupts’ and ‘lose a turn’, and the contestants’ entire winnings could be wiped out.

In addition to cash, they can also win some impressive prizes which are added to their cash pot to help them reach the bonus round - everything is up for grabs, but only one lucky contestant will get the chance to add big money to their cash pot and see if they can take it home.


 

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