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"Who's Still Standing?" (NBC game show) is based on the hit Israeli series of the same title, which offers contestants the chance to win by out-guessing 10 opponents in 10 fast-paced and dramatic trivia battles.

"Who's Still Standing?" is intensified by several unique elements designed to keep both contestants and viewers on their toes. At the start of the game, each player stands behind a coin whose value ranges between $1 and $50,000.

However, the value is hidden and won't be revealed until one of them loses and drops out of the game—literally—through the trapdoor in the studio floor on which he or she is standing.

In an intense test of nerves and knowledge—knowing that the studio floor beneath them can disappear at any moment—both challengers must battle for the coin's prize, which may only be $1.

NBC's "Who's Still Standing?" game show was packaged by Paradigm who also packaged the NBC hit game show "Minute To Win It." "Still Standing" is created and produced by July-August's Lisa Shiloach-Uzrad and Amit Stratener, and distributed internationally by Armoza Formats.




FACTS

Network: NBC
Genre: Game Show
Premiere Date: 2011
Seasons: 1
Production Company: July-August





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