Želite li da postanete milioner?

Želite li da postanete milioner? (Serbian Cyrillic: Желите ли да постанете милионер?, Do you want to become a millionaire?) is a Serbian game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show is hosted by Ivan Zeljković.

Želite li da postanete milioner? / Желите ли да постанете милионер?
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Titles of Želite li da postanete milioner?
Presented byIvan Zeljković
Country of originSerbia (2002–2011)
Release
Original networkBKTV (2002–2006)
B92 (2007–2009)
Nacionalna (syndication) (2010)
Original release6 May 2002 (2002-05-06)
External links
Website
Ask the audience in Želite li da postanete milioner?

The main goal of the game is to win 5 million Serbian dinars (earlier – 3 million dinars) by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. There are four lifelines – fifty fifty (pola-pola), phone a friend (pozovi prijatelja), ask the audience (pitajte publiku) and switch the question (zamena pitanja, since 2007, this lifeline is unlocked when player wins 5,000 dinars). From 2010 to 2011 when show move to Prva Srpska Televizija fourth lifeline switch the question (zamena pitanja) was replace to ask one of the audience (glas naroda, there contestant ask 3 people from audience for answer; this lifeline is unlocked when player wins 5,000 dinars).

Želite li da postanete milioner? is broadcast from 2002 to 2011. From 2002 to 2006 it was shown on RTV BK Telecom, from 2007 to 2009 on B92, and from 2010 to 2011 on Prva Srpska Televizija. From 2002 to 2006 the biggest prize was 3 million dinars, but from 2007 to 2011 it is 5 million. When a contestant gets the fifth question correct, he leaves with at least 5,000 dinars (earlier 3,000). When a contestant gets the tenth question correct, he leaves with at least 150,000 dinars (earlier 96,000).

The biggest prize ever won on this show (2,500,000 dinars) was won by Agošton Legvari from Bačko Gradište[1] and Saša Tomić from Požarevac.

The game's prizesEdit

Question number Payout Structure
2002–2006 2007–2011
1 300 RSD 500 RSD
2 600 RSD 1,000 RSD
3 900 RSD 1,500 RSD
4 1,500 RSD 2,500 RSD
5 3,000 RSD 5,000 RSD
6 6,000 RSD 10,000 RSD
7 12,000 RSD 20,000 RSD
8 24,000 RSD 40,000 RSD
9 48,000 RSD 80,000 RSD
10 96,000 RSD 150,000 RSD
11 192,000 RSD 300,000 RSD
12 375,000 RSD 600,000 RSD
13 750,000 RSD 1,250,000 RSD
14 1,500,000 RSD 2,500,000 RSD
15 3,000,000 RSD 5,000,000 RSD

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Siniša Nikolić: Vulkanizer Agošton koji zna sve!, Thursday, 17 May 2007 (retrieved on 25 March 2010) (in Serbian)

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