Minute to Win It - Netflix
Contestants can win \$1 million by completing ten tasks involving common household objects, with a one-minute time limit for each task.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Minute to Win It - Minute to Win It (U.S. game show) - Netflix
Minute to Win It is an American television game show which features contestants playing simple games with common household items in an attempt to win a cash prize. The series originally ran on NBC with host Guy Fieri and was revived in 2013 on Game Show Network (GSN) with Apolo Ohno presenting the show. The series premiered on NBC on March 14, 2010, airing the first two episodes back-to-back. A second season began on December 7, 2010. On May 13, 2012, NBC announced that the show would not be renewed for a third season. On February 4, 2013, GSN green-lit a revival of the series, and the first season began airing in June 25, 2013. A second season of the GSN version premiered in February 2014.
Minute to Win It - Ratings - Netflix
The NBC version's ratings were generally average, with episodes toward both the beginning and end of the series' run generally earning between five and six million viewers. Ratings for the GSN version were slightly better than average for the network's standards. The May sneak preview earned 452,000 viewers, while the first two new episodes debuted to a combined total of 875,000 viewers, with 525,000 at 8:00 and 350,000 at 9:00. The GSN version would later climb to a series high of 596,000 viewers on August 6, 2013 while serving as a lead-in to the series premiere of The Chase.
Minute to Win It - References - Netflix