Ryan Seacrest Will Host Million Second Quiz

Ryan Seacrest Hosts Million Second Quiz
Ryan Seacrest (Photo by: Timothy White/NBC/ Courtesy of E! Entertainment Television)
Ryan Seacrest has just added another job to his résumé. NBC has tapped Seacrest to host the upcoming game show The Million Second Quiz premiering on Monday, September 9, 2013 at 8pm ET/PT. The host of American Idol will be handling hosting duties on the live game show which boasts the largest “guaranteed” game show prize in history.
 
Confirming Seacrest’s involvement, NBC’s President of Alternative and Late Night Programming Paul Telegdy stated: “When people see Ryan Seacrest, whether at the Emmys, the Oscars or New Year’s Eve, he is at the epicenter of national events. He is a broadcaster, in all the traditional sense, but also in the most contemporary — he is an accomplished host of live TV and a master of social media and pop culture. This makes him perfect for The Million Second Quiz.”
 
“I’m so excited to be hosting this new live game show on NBC, as it’s really a fun and different format that I believe will generate lots of fans across different platforms,” commented Ryan Seacrest. “I’m looking forward to working with the other producers and everyone at NBC to make the show a success.”
 
The Million Second Quiz Details:
 
The concept for the show involves contestants playing head-to-head trivia bouts inside a massive outdoor hourglass-shaped structure in midtown Manhattan and competing non-stop for a million seconds (11 days, 13 hours, 46 minutes and 40 seconds). Each bout consists of one player sitting in the “money chair,” accumulating as much time on the chair as possible by answering trivia questions against a rival sitting in an opposite chair. Each second a player holds the money chair is worth $10, potentially earning millions. Those who want to face off against the person sitting in the money chair can do so by physically coming down to the hourglass or by successfully answering questions online using their mobile devices or home computers.
 
Source: NBC
 

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