Deal or No Deal is celebrating 6 years by going live for two weeks.
The show, Noel Edmonds insists, is still managing to change lives and by going live it’s not only enhancing the game quality of the show but adding a lot of pressure as to what needs to get done in one 60 minute show.
He said, “There’s enormous pressure for the player, as well as the banker. I’m very confident the show will feel different without feeling adversely different. We’ve got a lot to offer.”
The show has see many contestants lives’ change and Edmonds insists that this will continue to happen in the future, “We do change people’s lives… It’s honest and open. We are totally inclusive – we’ve had blind players, deaf players, people in wheelchairs. So I think that the viewer looks at [Deal] and thinks, ‘I could be doing that’. I’m hugely proud of the show and protective of it, but I don’t force people to watch it…I only found out we were going live seven weeks ago and it was a real ‘yippee’ moment.”