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CBS sets Shark for spring...and more Price is Right
- Shark will swim again -- at least for the rest of this season. The future, however, remains unclear. CBS today announced that Shark will return on April 29 in a new time...
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Drew Carey, who replaced Bob Barker following the latter's retirement, hosts a series of primetime specials that follow the basic format of the long-running daytime game show, but contestants play for cash and prizes that are substantially more valuable in these primetime editions -- with the top prize being $1,000,000. There are different ways contestants can win the million, depending on the episode -- on the big wheel, in specially selected pricing games, or by bidding within a certain amount of the actual retail value of his or her showcase in the final round.
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