Red or Black?

Saturday, 10 September 2011, 7:00PM – 8:00PM

Award winning duo Ant & Dec host a brand new live TV event for ITV1, giving ordinary people across the UK the chance to become millionaires, in Red or Black? 

 

TRANSMISSION TIMES 

(1/7) Saturday 3 September: 7-8.15pm (Results show 9.15 – 9.45pm) 

(2/7) Sunday 4 September: 6.45-8pm (Results show 8.30 – 9pm) 

(3/7) Monday 5 September: 8-9pm (Results show 9.30 – 10pm) 

 

Tuesday 6 September: No show due to Euro 2012 Qualifier: England vs Wales 

 

(4/7) Wednesday 7 September: 8-9pm (Results show 9.30 – 10pm) 

(5/7) Thursday 8 September: 8-9pm (Results show 9.30 – 10pm) 

(6/7) Friday 9 September: 8-9pm (Results show 9.30 – 10pm) 

(7/7) Saturday 10 September: 7-8pm (Results show 9 – 9.30pm) 

 

Over the course of a week, seven people will face a life-defining moment as they are offered the chance to walk away with one million pounds. To win, all they need is luck on their side and to successfully choose the correct outcome, Red or Black? Guess wrong and they walk away with nothing. 

The event kicked off at Wembley earlier this summer, which was transformed into the Red or Black? Arena. Presenters Ant & Dec presided over a host of spectacular stunts which saw world records broken and included one man’s giant leap from over 11 metres into a tiny paddling pool, two professional motocross drivers’ attempt to limbo at 19 feet above the ground and an extraordinary hurdling challenge conducted on the roof of moving cars. 

The lucky contestants who made it through the Arena continued the Red or Black? experience at one of a number of locations around the country. Once again, all they needed to do was predict the outcome in more incredible challenges. 

Filmed in some of the UK’s most iconic and famous landmarks, Red or Black? followed in the footsteps of Harry Potter at Alnwick Castle, fired The Hoff to a great height at Battersea Power Station, and challenged US Open winner Rory McIlroy and World number two Lee Westwood to get the ultimate ‘hole in one’ at Eastnor Castle. 

If they had lady luck on their side they became one of the finalists to make it through to the last stage of the challenge, live in the studio. Every night for seven nights, Red or Black? could make one of them a millionaire. 

Each night, for one finalist it will all come down to the spin of the Red or Black? wheel. We have followed them as just a face in the crowd at the Arena, from their nerve wracking decisions on locations, to the choices they have had to make live in the studio. As the lights dim and they walk towards the wheel, the question is asked for the final time, Red or Black?…but do they feel lucky? 

Red or Black? is an ITV Studios and Syco production for ITV1. 

Saturday, 3 September 2011, 7:00PM – 8:00PM

Award winning duo Ant & Dec host a brand new live TV event for ITV1, giving ordinary people across the UK the chance to become millionaires, in Red or Black? 

 

TRANSMISSION TIMES 

(1/7) Saturday 3 September: 7-8.15pm (Results show 9.15 – 9.45pm) 

(2/7) Sunday 4 September: 6.45-8pm (Results show 8.30 – 9pm) 

(3/7) Monday 5 September: 8-9pm (Results show 9.30 – 10pm) 

 

Tuesday 6 September: No show due to Euro 2012 Qualifier: England vs Wales 

 

(4/7) Wednesday 7 September: 8-9pm (Results show 9.30 – 10pm) 

(5/7) Thursday 8 September: 8-9pm (Results show 9.30 – 10pm) 

(6/7) Friday 9 September: 8-9pm (Results show 9.30 – 10pm) 

(7/7) Saturday 10 September: 7-8pm (Results show 9 – 9.30pm) 

 

Over the course of seven nights, seven people will face a life-defining moment as they are offered the chance to walk away with one million pounds. To win, all they need is luck on their side and to successfully choose the correct outcome, Red or Black? Guess wrong and they walk away with nothing. 

The event kicked off at Wembley earlier this summer, which was transformed into the Red or Black? Arena. Presenters Ant & Dec presided over a host of spectacular stunts which saw world records broken and included one man’s giant leap from over 11 metres into a tiny paddling pool, two professional motocross drivers’ attempt to limbo at 19 feet above the ground and an extraordinary hurdling challenge conducted on the roof of moving cars. 

The lucky contestants who made it through the Arena continued the Red or Black? experience at one of a number of locations around the country. Once again, all they needed to do was predict the outcome in more incredible challenges.

Filmed in some of the UK’s most iconic and famous landmarks, Red or Black? followed in the footsteps of Harry Potter at Alnwick Castle, fired The Hoff to a great height at Battersea Power Station, and challenged US Open winner Rory McIlroy and World number two Lee Westwood to get the ultimate ‘hole in one’ at Eastnor Castle.

If they had lady luck on their side they became one of the finalists to make it through to the last stage of the challenge, live in the studio. Every night for seven nights, Red or Black? could make one of them a millionaire.

Each night, for one finalist it will all come down to the spin of the Red or Black? wheel. We have followed them as just a face in the crowd at the Arena, from their nerve wracking decisions on locations, to the choices they have had to make live in the studio. As the lights dim and they walk towards the wheel, the question is asked for the final time, Red or Black?…but do they feel lucky?

Red or Black? is an ITV Studios and Syco production for ITV1.

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