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The Million Pound Drop

The £100K Drop
The £100K Drop.jpg
Also known as
  • The Million Pound Drop (2010-15)
  • The Million Pound Drop Live (2010-12)
GenreGame show
Presented by
Theme music composerMarc Sylvan
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
No. of series
  • 13 (Regular)
  • 2 (Christmas)
  • 1 (Celebrity)
No. of episodes
  • 177 (Regular)
  • 9 (Christmas)
  • 8 (Celebrity)
Production
Production locations3 Mills Studios[1] (2010-15)
dock10 studios (2018-19)[2]
Running time60-120 minutes (inc. adverts)
Production companyRemarkable Television
DistributorEndemol Shine Group
Release
Original networkChannel 4
Picture format576i 16:9 (SDTV)
Original releaseOriginal series:
24 May 2010 (2010-05-24) - 20 March 2015 (2015-03-20)
£100K Drop:
7 May 2018 (2018-05-07) - 23 August 2019 (2019-08-23)
External links
Website
Production website

The £100K Drop (formerly known as The Million Pound Drop and The Million Pound Drop Live) is a British game show which was broadcast on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. The show was first aired on 24 May 2010 and is presented by Davina McCall. The show aired its 13th series after being off air for three years.[3][4]

The show used social networking sites (such as Facebook and Twitter) to advertise the show as well as to find contestants. David Flynn, managing director of Endemol's Remarkable Television, which produced the show, said: "The plan was to create buzz and an air of mystery around the show by trickling information about auditions via Twitter and Facebook, giving fans a level of exclusivity."[5]

After a three-year hiatus the series returned in a daily afternoon slot in May 2018 but with a reduced prize fund of £100,000 and with a new name, namely The £100K Drop, and McCall reprising her role.[6] The new format presented three series totalling 120 episodes until the finale on 23 August 2019. The show was axed on 30 December 2019.[]

Gameplay

Original format

Contestants, alone or in pairs for the first series, or only in pairs from the second to the ninth series, are given £1,000,000 in £50 notes at the start of the show, banded in 40 bundles of £25,000 each. Contestants are presented with eight multiple-choice questions, mostly either general knowledge, or focused on current or recent events (even events that occur during the airing of the show) with the words of "this week", "today" even "right now", to accentuate the fact that the show is broadcast live. The first four questions each have four answers, the next three have three, and the last one has two.

The contestants choose one of two categories at the beginning of each round. If they take too long to choose, a coin is flipped to decide. Each answer option corresponds to a different trapdoor or "drop"; only one answer is correct. The contestants have 60 seconds to distribute the money among the drops as they see fit, but must always leave at least one drop with no money on it. Any money not placed on a drop when time runs out is forfeited. Contestants who put money on every drop typically face immediate elimination, except on some international versions of the show. The timer may be stopped early by the contestants if they are satisfied with their choice of answers.

After the timer either runs out or is stopped, the drops for the incorrect answers are opened; any money placed on them falls down a chute and is removed from play by security guards beneath the stage. The money placed on the correct answer is carried forward to the next question. If the contestants run out of money at any point, the game ends immediately and they leave with nothing. If they answer the eighth and final question correctly, they win the money placed on its answer.

Episodes usually last between 60 and 90 minutes, although the last episode of the series may end slightly sooner or later depending on the contestants' performance. On 23 June 2012, for the first time in the show's history, the episode was extended to 120 minutes. The following week's episode on 30 June 2012 was 100 minutes.

For the 2010 Christmas specials, any contestants who lost all their money and would otherwise have left empty-handed were presented with multiple doors corresponding to bonus prizes. The contestants would choose which door they wanted and would win what was 'behind' that door. From the 2011 Christmas specials onwards, a new feature was introduced to allow online players to compete against one another. In addition, a counter was added to the display screen for each drop to indicate how much money had been placed on it, eliminating the need for manual counting.

On 2 January 2012, as part of the Channel 4 Mash-up, Davina McCall played the game with Andrew, her father; the show was hosted by Phil Spencer from Location, Location, Location. A second Channel 4 Mash-up happened in 2013, the show this time being hosted by Alan Carr.

2013 changes

Significant changes to the format were made in summer 2013 for the tenth series. Teams of four, rather than just being strictly pairs, can now play the game. At each question, the player(s) can swap positions with their teammates - two backstage watching, the other two answering the questions onstage. Unlike previous series, there are now just seven questions and no question categories (if a team is playing).

Contestants who answer the seventh question correctly are shown two possible answers for a "Final Drop" question, and may choose to attempt it or leave with their winnings. The Final Drop uses a Double or nothing format, with a maximum potential prize of £2,000,000.

2014 changes

Starting from summer 2014, contestants could play as individuals again after four years. Prior to that, only Gemma in the very first UK series (as well as five contestants in the Chinese version) had played the Drop as individuals in their countries. The show's title was rebranded to The Million Pound Drop, as the series was also the first to be pre-recorded due to time constraints.

2018 revival: The £100K Drop

On 14 July 2017, it was announced that the programme would be returning in the daily afternoon slot of 2018, but with a lower prize fund of £100,000 in £10 notes (40 bundles of £2,500 each), and with the name of the show changing to The £100K Drop.[6] McCall reprised her hosting role.[7] The format is the same from the original (under pairs), and teams faced seven questions, down from eight, with the last four questions timed at 45 seconds instead of 60. The revival ran for three series, the first with 60 episodes, and the two with 30 episodes each, both broadcast in 2019.

Interactivity

As the show is broadcast live, viewers are encouraged to play along on their smartphones via the iOS and Android apps, or on the Channel 4 website. Aggregated statistics of the audience performance appear on screen during the broadcast and being read out by McCall.[5] Online players receive no prize money but are sometimes given the chance to apply to be on the show. Bookmakers also take bets on which stage of the game the contestants will leave and how much money will still be in play at various stage of the game.[8] Often on the show, if there is a question relating to a particular online source, Davina will announce that the website in question has crashed due to a large amount of online players looking up the answers. Later series added the show's application for them to play on their tablets. The interactivity is provided by London second screen company Monterosa.

In 2011, The Million Pound Drop became the first TV show to serve a second screen advert to the online playing audience. It was a 3-minute video featuring rapper Tinie Tempah. The full advert was watched by 20% of the online playing audience according to Dean Donaldson, Global Head of Media Innovation at DG, responsible for the technology.[9]

The last few series of the show were not broadcast live.

Celebrity contestants

Since series two, celebrity contestants regularly appear on the show playing for charity. Celebrity contestants that lose their whole £1,000,000 are given £5,000 for their charities.

Spin-offs

The Channel 4 Mash-up

On 2 January 2012, a special version of the show aired as part of The Channel 4 Mash-up. The special edition was hosted by Phil Spencer and featured Davina and her father, Andrew, as contestants. This special edition was not broadcast live, as the show usually is, but instead was shown in three pre-recorded 20 minute chunks spread throughout the 'mash-up night' at 18:35, 19:55 and 21:40. Davina and her father made it through to the final question with £50,000, but was not won.

The show returned on 4 January 2013 with Alan Carr as host.

Stand Up to Cancer

On 19 October 2012, a special version aired live as part of Channel 4's UK telethon, Stand Up to Cancer. For this show, the million pounds was doubled (thus making it The Two Million Pound Drop) and a special 16-player celebrity relay team took on the drop for cancer-related charities. A different pair of celebrities handled each question, with the show airing in two segments -- questions 1 to 4 at 21:00 and questions 5-8 were later in the evening. Each pair was given just 30 seconds, instead of the usual 60 seconds, for their question.

McCall switched back and forth between the live telethon, hosted alongside Alan Carr and Dr Christian Jessen, and the two Drop segments. The celebrity relay banked £200,000 for Stand Up to Cancer, with the final four pairs wagering the entire amount on a single answer on each question. This special was included in the ninth series of the show (as that series was in progress), unlike the Channel 4 'mash-up' which was a separate edition.

Critical reception

Ratings

The series' highest-rated episode was 4 February 2011, which was seen by 2.79 million viewers and received a 14.4% share.[10] Ratings for series 10 dropped but remained respectable; the first episode (14 June 2013) was seen by 1.57 million viewers and received a 7.6% share.[11]

Incident

During an episode on 5 November 2010, contestants Johnny and Dee were faced with the options Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant. They were then asked "Who played Dr Who for the longest period?". The contestants did not know the answer so decided to split their remaining £650,000 between McCoy and McGann. The answer was then revealed to be Tennant and they lost all their remaining money. Tennant played the Doctor from 2005-10. However, viewers began to query the accuracy of this question,[12] saying it was open to interpretation as McCoy played the Doctor from 1987-89, but also appeared at the beginning of the Doctor Who television film in 1996, making his time playing the character technically nine years uninterrupted. After the producers spoke to BBC that McCoy was apprently the correct answer, Channel 4 announced that Johnny and Dee were allowed to return to the show to continue with the £325,000 that would have remained on an episode aired 12 November 2010; they would went on to win £25,000.[]

Merchandise

A board game was released by Drumond Park in November 2010.[13]

Transmissions

The Million Pound Drop

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 24 May 2010 29 May 2010 6
2 25 October 2010 13 November 2010 9
3 28 January 2011 19 February 2011 8
4 22 April 2011 28 May 2011 12
5 2 September 2011 8 October 2011 12
6 13 January 2012 11 February 2012 10
7 24 March 2012 21 April 2012 10
8 15 June 2012 14 July 2012 10
9 14 September 2012 20 October 2012 12
10 14 June 2013 20 July 2013 12
11 11 July 2014 26 September 2014 12
12 20 February 2015 20 March 2015 4

Christmas specials

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 15 December 2010 18 December 2010 4
2 5 December 2011 9 December 2011 5

Celebrity Games

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 20 July 2012 11 August 2012 8

The £100K Drop

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 7 May 2018 27 July 2018 60
2 7 January 2019 15 February 2019 30
3 15 July 2019 23 August 2019 30

Notes

  • On 2 January 2012 and 4 January 2013, two special programmes aired as part of The Channel 4 Mash-up.
  • Celebrity Games was the first time a series had been pre-recorded.
  • The eleventh series onwards was pre-recorded, while it was also the first pre-recorded regular series.

International versions

Countries with their own version (as of September 2016)

Legend:   Currently airing     No longer airing     Future version   Non-broadcast pilot 

Country/language Local title Host Channel Top prize Date aired/premiered
 Afghanistan[14] ?
Shoma wa million
Mukhtar Lashkari 1TV Af.1,000,000 15 February 2014 - 2015

 Albania[15]

100 Milionë Eno Popi
Adi Krasta
Top Channel 10,000,000 lekë (100,000,000 old lekë) 11 January 2011 - 2018
 Argentina[16] Salven el millón Susana Giménez Telefe AR$1,000,000 9 June - 22 December 2011
Salven los millones AR$2,000,000 23 May 2013
 Australia[17] The Million Dollar Drop Eddie McGuire Nine Network A$1,000,000 21 March 2011 - 28 April 2011
 Belarus[18]
Shou Sto Millionov
Georgy Koldun [ru] ONT 100,000,000 Br 13 September 2014 - 2015
 Belgium (in Dutch)[19] De val van een miljoen Evy Gruyaert VIER EUR1,000,000 31 August 2013 - 23 November 2013
 Brazil[20][21] Um Milhão na Mesa Silvio Santos SBT R$1,000,000 21 September - 14 December 2011
 Bulgaria[22] 100
Da ti padnat 100 hilyadi
Niki Kunchev Nova 100,000 2012
 Cambodia[23] 200 Million Money Drop Chea Vibol Hang Meas HDTV
?200,000,000 12 April 2014 - July 2017
 Chile[24][25] Atrapa los Millones (2012-14) Don Francisco Canal 13 CL$400,000,000 25 March 2012
Atrapa los Millones - La apuesta de tus sueños (2015-present) Diana Bolocco CL$100,000,000 9 March 2015
 China[26] ? (National version)
Zuiqiang Xishi
M? K? Guizhou TV 30 free trips
(50 trips in early episodes)
24 July 2011 - 25 December 2011
? (Season 6, regional version) Yang Bo Shandong TV Life Channel CN¥50,000(Weekday live edition)
CN¥100,000(Weekend edition)
16 June 2014 - 13 February 2015 (Weekday live edition)
10 January 2015 (Weekend edition)
 Colombia[27] Millones por montones [es] María José Barraza Canal Caracol CO$1,000,000,000 25 July 2011
 Croatia Kolo du miljon Malna Tariks HRT 1 2,000,000 Kn 10 November 2014
 Denmark[28] Pengene på bordet Claus Elming TV2 Kr. 2,000,000 23 March 2013
all episodes were recorded in July 2012
 Egypt[29]
Inta wal milyon
Nagla Badr Mehwar TV LE 1,000,000 24 February 2012
 Estonia[30] Rahaauk Alari Kivisaar TV3 EUR100,000 12 September 2011
 Finland[31] Suuret setelit Heikki Paasonen MTV3 EUR100,000 7 March 2014
 France[32] Money Drop Laurence Boccolini TF1 EUR250,000 + Jackpot (unlimited) July 2010 (Pilot in London)
1 August 2011 (Regular episodes)
 Germany[33][34] Rette die Million! Jörg Pilawa ZDF EUR1,000,000 13 October 2010 - 22 August 2013
Keep your Money Wayne Carpendale Sat.1 EUR250,000 2015
 Georgia[35] !
Phultan tamashi!
Duta Skhirtladze Imedi TV ?100,000 10 April 2013
 Greece[36][37] Money Drop Grigoris Arnaoutoglou Mega Channel EUR300,000 16 October 2010 - 2012
Vicky Stavropoulou Star Channel 29 October 2017 - 1 July 2018
 Hungary[38] A 40 Milliós Játszma Ferenc Rákóczi TV2 40,000,000 Ft 29 November 2010 - 22 March 2013
Az 50 Milliós Játszma Claudia Liptai (2015)

Péter Majoros Majka (2017-)

50,000,000 Ft 12 October 2015 - present
 Iceland[39] Vertu viss Þórhallur Gunnarsson RÚV 10,000,000 kr November 2013
 India (in Bengali)[40] ? ?
Koti Takar Baji
Jeet Star Jalsha INR10,000,000 15 October 2011 - 14 January 2012
 India (in Kannada)[41] ? - ?
Kayyalli Koti - Haelbittu Hodeeri
Sai Kumar Udaya TV INR10,000,000 17 March 2012
 India (in Malayalam)[42] ?
Kayil Oru Kodi - Are You Ready?
Mamta Mohandas Surya TV 26 March 2012
 India (in Tamil)[43] ? - ?
Kaiyil Oru Kodi - Are You Ready?
Rishi Sun TV 10 March 2012
 India (in Telugu)[44] ? ? -
Ko Aante Koti - Me Sontham Cheskondi
Jagapati Babu
Jhansi Laxmi
Gemini TV 26 March 2012
 Israel[45] ? ?
Al Tapil Et HaMillion
Erez Tal Channel 2 (Keshet) ?1,000,000 13 October 2010
 Italy[46][47] The Money Drop [it] Gerry Scotti Canale 5 EUR1,000,000 12 December 2011 - 1 June 2013
 Japan[48][49] 2000! ?
¥20,000,000 Quiz! Money Drop
Yusuke Santamaria TBS JP¥20,000,000 31 October 2012 - 2010s
 Kazakhstan[50][51] ? ?
Q?r?q Mïllïon Teñge ?ow?
Abdel' Mukhtarov tv7 40,000,000 ? 22 January 2011
 Latvia[52] Pa?em 100 000... ja vari Edgars Lud?ns TV3 EUR100,000 1 October 2011[53]
 Lithuania[54] 100 000 eur? grynais Marijonas Mikutavi?ius TV3 EUR100,000 2 September 2011
 Malaysia (in Malay)[55] RM 1,000,000 Money Drop AC Mizal Astro Ria RM1,000,000 3 December 2011
 Mongolia 50
80 sayiin unalt
D.Enkhbayar Edutainment TV HD ?50,000,000 January 2013
80
80 sayiin unalt
Unknown ?80,000,000 27 April 2016
 Myanmar The Money Drop Myanmar Kaung Htet Zaw Channel 7 K25,000,000 2017
 Netherlands[56] Show Me The Money Beau van Erven Dorens SBS 6 EUR1,000,000 11 - 22 April 2011
 Niger N1,000,000 Money drop Farub Arlane DL 4 N1,000,000 5 September 2015
 Nigeria (in English)[57] The Money Drop Gideon Okeke Africa Magic
Omnitrix TV
US$100,000 13 January 2013 - present
 Norway[58] Pengene på bordet Sturla Berg-Johansen TV2 2,000,000 kr 2012
 Peru[59] Atrapa el Millón Mónica Zevallos [es] ATV S/.1,000,000 14 September 2014
 Philippines[60][61] The Million Peso Money Drop Vic Sotto TV5 ?1,000,000 14 October 2012 - 17 February 2013
 Poland[62] Postaw na milion [pl] ?ukasz Nowicki TVP2 (2011-2019) 1,000,000 z? 5 March 2011 - present
TVP1 (2019-2020)
TVP2 (2020-)
 Portugal[63] The Money Drop - Entre a ganhar [pt] Teresa Guilherme TVI EUR100,000 30 March 2015 - 15 August 2015
 Romania[64] Cu banii jos Dan Negru Antena 1 EUR100,000 19 September 2012
 Russia[65]
Shou Desyat' Millionov
Maxim Galkin Russia 1 ?10,000,000 4 September 2010 - 14 June 2014
 Serbia[66] Multimilioner Dragan Nikoli? RTV Pink 10,000,000 RSD 13 September 2011
 Singapore (in English)[67] Million Dollar Money Drop George Young MediaCorp TV Channel 5 S$1,000,000 9 August 2011 - 2 November 2011
 Slovenia[68] Denar pada Jonas ?nidar?i? Planet TV EUR100,000 3 April 2013
 South Africa (in English)[69] Million Rand Money Drop Busi Lurayi M-Net
Omnitrix TV
R1,000,000 10 April 2013
(1st Season ended)
 Spain[70] Atrapa un Millón Carlos Sobera
Arturo Valls(Guest)
Antena 3 EUR1,000,000 (weekly) 4 February 2011 - 18 April 2012
Atrapa un Millón Diario EUR200,000 (daily) 4 April 2011 - 8 September 2014
Atrapa dos Millones EUR2,000,000 (special) 21 October 2011
 Sweden[71][72] Pengarna på bordet Peter Jihde TV4 2,000,000kr 3 October 2011
Miljonlotteriets pengarna på bordet Paolo Roberto 1 October 2013
  Switzerland (in German)[73] Die Millionen-Falle René Rindlisbacher SF1 1,000,000 CHF 4 July 2011
 Thailand[74][75] The Money Drop Thailand [th] Varavuth Jentanakul CH 7 ?2,000,000 (2 August 2014 - 2 August 2015, 12 March 2017 - 25 February 2018)
?2,000,000 + Car (8 August 2015 - 11 March 2017)
2 August 2014 - 25 February 2018
The Money Drop Thailand ? Varavuth Jentanakul & Anuwat Fuangthongdang CH 7 ?1,000,000 4 August 2019 - present
 Turkey[76][77] Bir Milyon Canl? Para Engin Altan Düzyatan Show TV ?1,000,000 25 October 2010 - 2011
Murat Ba?o?lu Fox 9 September 2012 - 2013
Mesut Yar Kanal D 31 March 2014 - 2015
 Ukraine[78] ( )
Shou Na Dva Milyony (Shou Na Dva Milliona)
Andrey Domansky 1+1 ?2,000,000 12 January - 30 March 2011
 United States[79] Million Dollar Money Drop Kevin Pollak Fox US$1,000,000 20 December 2010 - 1 February 2011
 Uruguay[80] Salven el Millón Jorge Piñeyrúa Channel 10 UY$1,000,000 21 August 2012
 Vietnam[81] ng ti?n r?i Hoàng Trung Ngh?a VTV 200,000,000?+9,000,000? 16 January 2014 - 30 April 2015
Thành Trung 200,000,000? 6 January 2016 - 13 September 2017

Notes::

  1. While most international versions of the Million Pound Drop adopted the original British version format, some versions (such as the American version) adopt an entirely new format, featuring a new set and a title theme, and is played with 50 bundles instead of 40. The new format is still acquired by Endemol.
  2. The two Chinese versions are produced without Endemol's permission. The first Chinese version featured iPads each displaying a travel destination of a country instead of cash bundles, and teams can win up to 50 travel destinations for a perfect game.
  3. According to Endemol, the format has recently sold to Niger, but all the exact information is unknown yet.[82]
  4. Arturo Valls hosted an episode as a cross-over between Atrapa un millón and his own game show Ahora caigo, which was hosted by Carlos Sobera on that afternoon.
  5. Though the Thai version's top prize is in Thai baht, the cash on the stage is instead presented as United States dollars, equivalent to top prize money. From August 8th, 2015 to March 11th, 2017, the Thai version offered a Toyota Vios car key as an additional prize. If the team win the game with the key box intact, they will also win the car.
  6. Russian, Ukrainian and Kazakhstan version (except Belarusian version) are filmed in Moscow (Gorky Film Studio) under the production by Weit Media. Although they are using Russian language (including Belarusian version) as their conversation language, however, the Ukrainian and Kazakhstan (only first season by the host) versions used native language for the introduction, greeting and closing caption. The Ukrainian and Kazakhstan (first season only) versions also offered the SMS interactive game during the program. Unlike Russian, Belarusian, Kazakh version which are using Russian for the questions, Ukrainian version preferred to use Ukrainian for questions instead.
  7. A Taiwanese game show, Witty Star () featured a game segment similar to the Million Pound Drop or The £100K Drop, where teams answered five questions for up to NT$300,000 (about £8,135), banded in 30 bundles of NT$10,000 each. This is not included in the franchise because the game was actually played as a segment, rather than a full show.[83]

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