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    The Million Second Quiz (NBC, premieres Sep. 9th)

    Million Second Quiz | A Challenge of Trivia and Endurance | NBC

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    The competition, where time equals money, will air in primetime, live from a gigantic hourglass shaped structure in the heart of Manhattan. This hourglass will also serve as the living quarters of the reigning champions – the four players who have remained in the game the longest. They will have the opportunity to play along with the game for up to two weeks as other contestants attempt to unseat them during the primetime show.

    The show will be the first fully convergent television experience, where viewers will be able to play along at home in real time and sync to the live primetime broadcast.

    “The Million Second Quiz” continues 24 hours a day. Contestants from all across America will be able to engage in the game with an unprecedented level of interactivity and get the chance to appear on the show in primetime.

    When the million seconds draw to a close, the champions will battle it out and the ultimate winner could claim an unprecedented cash prize of up to $10 million.
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    Re: The Million Second Quiz (NBC, premieres Sep. 9th)

    I watched it and enjoyed it. I don't know if it will get harder, but I found I could correctly answer more than 90% of the questions. I don't think I got more than 5 wrong in the episode, so perhaps they need to up the difficulty a bit. The ease of the final question surprised me. I learned that I googul was 1 plus 100 zeroes back in junior high school and it's kind of something you just don't forget.
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