The new Let's Make a Deal is the latest reincarnation of the classic Monty Hall game show, which started out in the 1960s. The new host is none other than Wayne Brady, with announcer Jonathan Mangum and model Tiffany Coyne.
Let's Make a Deal tapes at Sunset Bronson Studios in Hollywood. To be in the running to become a contestant, you'll first have to get tickets to attend a taping.
Tickets can be ordered free of charge from On Camera Audiences.
Taping dates are usually on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. There are a few Monday and Wednesday dates as well. Two, hour-long episodes are recorded on each date, one at 10am and the other at 1pm.
Contestants are chosen from the pool of audience members, so here are a few things to keep in mind if you'd like to play Let's Make a Deal:
- Bring photo I.D. with you, and be prepared to fill out an application and release form.
- Costumes are strongly encouraged, and you'll need to be original. Dressing up as a ghost or something else that's very common will likely not get you picked.
- Audience members and potential contestants must be 21 years of age or older.
According to literature from the show, your odds of being a contestant is 1 in 18.