The syndicated amusement show “Who Needs to Be A Tycoon” is finishing following 20 years on television and almost 3,000 scenes, Assortment initially revealed Friday.
“‘Who Needs To Be A Mogul’ won’t return in national syndication for the 2019-20 season,” an agent told Variety.
The well known amusement show appeared on ABC in 1999 with Regis Philbin facilitating. It changed to syndication three years after the fact, after somewhere in the range of 300 scenes on the system, and stayed in syndication for a long time. It drew upwards of 30 million viewers in its first season.
Meredith Vieira took over as host when the show was syndicated. Later has included Cedric the Performer, Terry Teams and Chris Harrison of “The Bachelor.”
The notable diversion show included progressively troublesome numerous decision inquiries as candidates crawled toward the $1 million inquiry. Competitors had the option to toss out three “life savers” for assistance from group of onlookers individuals when they got baffled (previously, they could call a companion). The show brought forth the catchphrase “Is that your last answer?”
The program, in light of an English show of a similar name, is going out on a high point. It commended giving endlessly $100 million in prize cash in November with a progression of uncommon shows.
The program is at present averaging about 2.24 million watchers, as indicated by The Hollywood Reporter.