ALUMNI FROM UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS BRING THEIR WINNING SCHOOL SPIRIT
TO THE TABLE, ON ABC'S "MILLION DOLLAR MIND GAME"
"Episode 105" - A team of six enthusiastic and passionate alums from the University of Texas come together with the ultimate goal of winning $1 million. But will their energy and team spirit be enough to lead them to the jackpot? Find out on an all new episode of "Million Dollar Mind Game," SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20 (4:00-5:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
An exciting new game of logic and teamwork, ABC's "Million Dollar Mind Game" brings contestants and viewers a new way of thinking and will change the way you think about game shows.
In this game of reasoning and smarts, teams comprised of six people who all know each other - co-workers, friends, teammates, etc. - will need to tackle a series of logic-based questions. The more questions the team answers correctly, the more money they will earn towards a grand prize, potentially earning them $1 million. The team has just 60 seconds to discuss and decide upon an answer. After each correct answer, the team must decide unanimously if they will leave with their earnings or move on to the next question for a chance at more money. "Million Dollar Mind Game" is hosted by one of the most popular television presenters in the United Kingdom, Vernon Kay.
"Million Dollar Mind Game" is based on the hit Russian game, "What? Where? When?" It is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format with a 5.1 channel surround sound. A TV parental guideline will be assigned closer to the airdate.