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VriendenLoterij Miljonairs
GenreGame Show
Created byDavid Briggs
Steve Knight
Mike Whitehill
Presented byRobert ten Brink (1999-2008, 2019-)
Jeroen van der Boom (2011)
Country of originNetherlands
Production
Running time60 minutes
Production companiesEndemol (1999-2008)
Mas Media and Tuvalu Media (2011)
RTL Nederland (2019-present)
Release
Original networkSBS 6 (February 6, 1999 - 2006, March 12, 2011 - October 15, 2011)
RTL 4 (March 4, 2006 - May 24, 2008, May 25, 2019-present)
Original releaseFebruary 6, 1999 - May 24, 2008
March 12, 2011 - October 15, 2011 –
May 25, 2019 - present
External links
Website
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Titles of Lotto Weekend Miljonairs
Old logo of Lotto Weekend Miljonairs
Old titles of Lotto Weekend Miljonairs

VriendenLoterij Miljonairs (2019-2021 - BankGiro Miljonairs, until 2011 - Lotto Weekend Miljonairs, earlier - Weekend Miljonairs) is a Dutchgame show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show is hosted by Robert ten Brink.[1] In 2011 the show has been hosted by Jeroen van der Boom.[2] The main goal of the game is to win €1 Million by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. It has been shown from 6 February 1999.From 6 February 1999 to February 2006, it was shown on SBS 6, and from 4 March 2006 to 24 May 2008, it was shown on RTL 4. In 2011 it was once again broadcast by SBS 6.[1]

Airing history[edit]

As (Lotto) Weekend Miljonairs (1999–2008; 2011)[edit]

Sponsorship deal with Lotto

From the onset, Dutch lottery Lotto was the main sponsor of the programme. However, in the first seasons (from about 1999 to 2001) the show was simply known as Weekend Miljonairs. The title was changed later to Lotto Weekend Miljonairs. The sponsorship deal with Lotto meant that the weekly Lotto drawing was aired during the programme. Lotto balls were also prominently featured in the programme's opening sequences and studio decoration during this period.[3] Apart the sponsor's name being included in the show's title and logo, the money tree and ending-credit graphics, the ask-the-audience results graphic, the cheques and the fastest finger first, monitors also featured elements of Lotto's corporate design such as the Lotto logo, lotto balls or yellow backgrounds.

1999–2008: Original Format with Robert ten Brink (SBS6, then RTL 4)

The show premiered on 6 February 1999 on SBS6 and was presented by Robert ten Brink. In February 2006, it was announced that the programme would move from SBS6 to RTL 4 the following month. It became known that Lotto wanted its weekly drawing in a more prominent position during the show, something SBS6 was not willing to agree to.[4] Host Robert ten Brink canceled his contract with SBS6 and signed on with RTL shortly after the announcement.[5]

2008: Forced discontinuation

On 2 November 2007, Lotto announced that it would stop sponsoring the show in mid-2008 and would not renew the contract.[6] RTL did not want to give up the program, so they searched hard for a new sponsor but eventually failed.[citation needed] The last episode aired on RTL 4 was May 24, 2008.[citation needed] For some time it seemed the programme would still return after the summer of 2008 but on 26 June 26, 2008, RTL made the announcement that the programme would not return.[citation needed]

Robert ten Brink would become the host of Het Moment Van De Waarheid, the Dutch version of The Moment of Truth.[7]

2011: Clock Format with Jeroen van der Boom (SBS 6)

In 2011, Lotto wanted to record a new season of Lotto Weekend Miljonairs but without Robert ten Brink. The problem was that RTL only wanted to make the new season with Robert. For that reason the programme returned to SBS6 on 12 March 2011 with a new host but again sponsored by Lotto.[2] The last episode was broadcast on 15 October 2011.[8]

As BankGiro Miljonairs (From 2019)[edit]

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From 2019: Return of the Original Format and Robert ten Brink (RTL 4)

On 5 February 2019, it was announced that the programme would be revived on RTL 4 under the name BankGiro Millionaires. Robert ten Brink returned as presenter. The first episode of the new season aired on 25 May 25, 2019. This version is no longer sponsored by Lotto, but instead by the BankGiro Loterij. As a result, the weekly Lotto draw will no longer be part of the programme. Instead, a prize-awarding ceremony by the BankGiro Loterij can be seen during the show. The audience completely consists of ticket holders of the Bankgiro Loterij who have to answer ten questions before the show. The eight audience members with the best results (most correct answers in shortest time) qualify for the Fastest Finger round which decides who will play for the million in the Hot Seat.

Rules[edit]

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In 2011, When a contestant gets the second question correct, he will leave with at least €1,000. When a contestant gets the seventh question correct, he will leave with at least €25,000.[citation needed]

There are four lifelines: Fifty-Fifty, Phone-A-Friend, Ask The Audience, and Switch the Question. Switch the Question becomes available when the contestant correctly answers the seventh question.

Winners[edit]

The first contestant on the show won ƒ16,000.[citation needed]

The program has been won twice, on 6 January 2001 by Hans Peters (who won ƒ1,000,000)[9] and Henny on 29 August 2020 (who won €1,000,000).[10]

Until 2020, the only time anyone faced the 15th question without walking away was on December 20, 2003 by contestant Menno de Ruijter, but he lost €234,000 of the €250,000 he had.[11]

There have also been a few €0 winners, none more so than Rob Wennekedonck on October 7, 2006,[12] Peter Lindhout on March 17, 2007[13] (both missed their 4th question) and ? in 2011 (missed her 2nd question).

There have been four contestants who have walked away on the 15th question; contestants were Ada Peters with ƒ500,000 on February 12, 2000, Peter Hagendoorn with ƒ500,000 on March 31, 2001,[14] Jacqueline Hooiveld with €250,000 on June 3, 2006,[15] and Richard de Bree with €500,000 on July 2, 2011[16]

Money Trees[edit]

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Question numberQuestion value
1999–20012002–200820112019–
1ƒ50 (€22)€25€500€50
2ƒ100 (€45)€50€1,000€100
3ƒ250 (€113)€125€2,000€150
4ƒ500 (€453)€250€4,000€250
5ƒ1,000 (€907)€500€8,000€500
6ƒ2,000 (€907)€1,000€16,000€1,000
7ƒ4,000 (€1,815)€2,000€25,000€2,000
8ƒ8,000 (€3,630)€4,000€50,000€4,000
9ƒ16,000 (€7,260)€8,000€100,000€8,000
10ƒ32,000 (€14,520)€16,000€250,000€16,000
11ƒ64,000 (€29,041)€32,000€500,000€32,000
12ƒ125,000 (€56,722)€64,000€1,000,000€64,000
13ƒ250,000 (€113,445)€125,000N/A€125,000
14ƒ500,000 (€226,890)€250,000€250,000
15ƒ1,000,000

(€453,780)

€1,000,000€1,000,000

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External links[edit]

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vTROReumAQ Clip of Hans Peters winning NLG 1,000,000
  • http://www.lottoweekendmiljonairs.nl Official Website
  • Lotto Weekend Miljonairs at IMDb
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References[edit]

  1. ^ abJeroen van der Boom belt Robert ten Brink Telegraaf, February 8, 2011
  2. ^ abJeroen van der Boom doet Weekend Miljonairs Parool, February 9, 2011
  3. ^Lotto Weekend Miljonairs All Intros HD. YouTube. Archived from the original on 2021-12-11.
  4. ^'Weekend Miljonairs van SBS6 naar RTL4'. 10 February 2006.
  5. ^'Aderlating voor SBS: Robert Ten Brink ook naar RTL'. 14 February 2006.
  6. ^Lotto stopt met ‘Weekend Miljonairs’ Mediacourant, 2 November 2007
  7. ^Robert ten Brink presentator Moment van de Waarheid Mediacourant, July 2, 2008
  8. ^Press release about last episode ANP Pers Support, October 15, 2011
  9. ^'Engelse versie Weekend Miljonairs van de buis'. Radio.NL (in Dutch). Retrieved 2020-08-29. Hans Peters was de enige kandidaat in Nederland die ooit met een miljoen gulden naar huis ging.
  10. ^'Winnares BankGiro Miljonairs wil geld doneren - wel.nl'. Welingelichte Kringen (in Dutch). Retrieved 2020-08-29.
  11. ^Who wants to be a Millionaire - Holland. YouTube. 15 July 2008.
  12. ^YouTube. youtube.com.
  13. ^YouTube. youtube.com.
  14. ^Lotto Weekend Miljonairs' Continues in September. members.chello.nl.
  15. ^YouTube. youtube.com.
  16. ^YouTube. youtube.com.
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