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Deal or Deal Has Its First Millionaire

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After nearly three years, the wait is almost over. According to , Deal or No Deal will have its first millionaire very soon.

The surprise announcement was made during Thursday night’s finale of . (You can see that clip after the jump.) Since the date of the milestone wasn’t revealed, it’s not known how many suitcases aided the winner in their mission. In the program’s ‘Million Dollar Mission’ - which will be implemented again next season - an additional case worth $1 million will be added to the mix after each failed attempt.

Find out which overly-excited contestant finally wins when returns on Monday, August 25.

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Hosting Quintet for 60th Annual Primetime Emmys

Tom BergeronIf you hated 2007’s Emmy Awards coverage, I have some good news and some bad news. The good news? The theater-in-the-round crap will be gone. (At least, I hope.) The bad news? Ryan Seacrest will once again be hosting. Though, in this case, he’ll be getting a little bit of help.

Instead of burdening one person with the ringleader task, the ceremony’s producers will be doling out the responsibility to five this time around. After all - who better to host a broadcast than the nominees for Outstanding Reality Host?

For the 60th Annual Primetime Emmys, those up for this year’s new category - (Dancing with the Stars), Heidi Klum (Project Runway), Howie Mandel (Deal or No Deal), Jeff Probst (Survivor) and Ryan Seacrest (American Idol) - will coincidentally be representing five different networks. Could this mean a much wider audience for ABC? They better hope so. Otherwise, one of them could be eliminated…

This fall’s telecast will be broadcast from Los Angeles on September 21.

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Wednesday Ratings: A Nice Debut for Baby Borrowers

Last night, the debut of The Baby Borrowers delivered some nice numbers for its network. Unfortunately, NBC was not able to get in front of FOX in either the viewers or the demos.

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Wednesday Ratings: FOX Bounces Back with SYTYCD

FOX quickly recovered from Tuesday night’s loss and nabbed another win for its reality programming. So You Think You Can Dance put the network on top in both the viewers and the demos.

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Tuesday Ratings: America’s Got Talent Does Well for NBC

Despite the disappointments delivered by reality fare this summer (and the presence of basketball game last night), NBC managed to have a great evening with the debut of America’s Got Talent. The show helped the Peacock Network nab a win in the viewers while ABC had a hold on the demos.

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Wednesday Ratings: Celebrity Circus Lacks Dazzle

Even though it fared better than the quickly-cancelled Secret Talents of the Stars, Celebrity Circus didn’t do anything to brag about. NBC’s latest reality offering was outdone by a repeat during its hour. By night’s end, FOX was the winner in both the viewers and the demos.

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Thursday Ratings: ABC Finales End on High Note

Even though Ugly Betty and Grey’s Anatomy have seen better scores for their finales (this year was their lowest ever), both shows got their best post-strike numbers. Grey’s even turned out the highest 18-49 performance for any scripted drama in nearly three months.

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Wednesday Ratings: Another Win for Fox

All eyes were on American Idol‘s elimination show last night.  Curiosity once again helped the program win back viewers lost in recent weeks.

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Wednesday Ratings: FOX Produces Another Win

Yesterday was basically a repeat of last week’s numbers.  CBS placed behind FOX in both the viewers and the demos.

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Monday Ratings: ABC, CBS and FOX Divide the Night

Thanks a dip in House‘s numbers, CBS was able to match FOX in the demos.  Meanwhile, ABC was again the most-viewed network on Monday night.

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