Entertainment New ‘Deal or No Deal’ With Howie Mandel to Return to Primetime on CNBC

16:53  13 march  2018
16:53  13 march  2018 Source:   thewrap.com

Report: At least two teams willing to offer Cousins fully guaranteed deal

  Report: At least two teams willing to offer Cousins fully guaranteed deal Kirk Cousins could very well become the highest paid player in NFL history when he signs with a new team in the coming days, and there’s a chance he could achieve that by demanding a fully guaranteed contract. There has been some talk that Cousins may want to sign only a three-year deal with all of the money being guaranteed. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that at least two teams — and possibly three — are willing to give him a contract like that. As the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes heats up, sources say at least 2 teams are prepared to offer the free agent QB a 3-year, fully guaranteed contract if that’s what it takes. At least one other team will do a similar deal nearly fully guaranteed. Would make him the highest paid QB. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 12, 2018 By signing a deal like that, Cousins would have more control over his future. Jimmy Garoppolo recently signed a five-year, $137.5 million extension with the 49ers, and Matthew Stafford got a five-year, $135 million contract from the Detroit Lions last offseason. Both players will earn about $87 million over the first three years of their respective deals, so Cousins is likely aiming for a three-year contract in the $90 million range. Cousins is trying to balance winning with being paid top dollar, so the three-year, fully guaranteed contract would make the most sense for a team like the Jets.

‘ Deal or No Deal ’ Reboot With Host Howie Mandel Greenlit at CNBC . CNBC has greenlit a new “ Deal or No Deal ” hosted by Howie Mandel , which will debut during primetime in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Deal or No Deal is returning to primetime TV! CNBC announced on Tuesday that their popular game show series, which ran on NBC from 2005 to 2009, is being revived, with original host Howie Mandel .

Howie Mandel et al. standing in front of a store: Deal or No Deal© TheWrap Deal or No Deal

Deal! CNBC has greenlit a new "Deal or No Deal" hosted by Howie Mandel, which will debut during primetime in the fourth quarter of 2018. Mandel will also executive produce the game show.

"Our primetime programs, with their focus on business and money, strive to be both entertaining and instructive. Shows like 'The Profit' and 'Shark Tank' are built around high stakes and high rewards. Those same elements live at the heart of 'Deal or No Deal,' which is why we believe it to be a perfect fit," said CNBC Chairman Mark Hoffman. "Today's announcement confirms our deep commitment to primetime, strengthening our line-up, by adding one of the most successful game shows of all time along with the popular, original host, Howie Mandel."

Report: Saints, Brees reach 2-year, $50M deal

  Report: Saints, Brees reach 2-year, $50M deal He's back, and he never left. The New Orleans Saints have finally reached a new deal with franchise quarterback Drew Brees, a two-year deal worth $50 million with $27 million guaranteed, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports, citing sources. The contract is written as a one-year deal with a team option for a second season and a no-trade clause, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Saints had untilThe New Orleans Saints have finally reached a new deal with franchise quarterback Drew Brees, a two-year deal worth $50 million with $27 million guaranteed, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports, citing sources.

CNBC has greenlit a new “ Deal or No Deal ” hosted by Howie Mandel , which will debut during primetime in the fourth quarter of 2018. Mandel will also executive produce the game show.

Then, on Tuesday, CNBC announced that they will be bringing Deal or No Dea l back to primetime later this year, along with original host Howie CNBC announced the new show will follow the same basic format, along with a few surprises. Although Mandel will be returning , it’s unlikely many other

"Having been in this business for 40 years, I've been involved in every kind of production -- live, variety, drama, film and animation. Nothing changed my life, career and perception of humanity more than one project, and that was 'Deal or No Deal,'" said Mandel. "I am excited to re-embark on the most thrilling, life-changing show with the brilliant Scott St. John and our new partners at CNBC. For me, there was only one answer to that iconic question and I am proud to have said DEAL!"

Just For Laughs sold to Mandel-led group .
Montreal's Just For Laughs answered doubts about its future Wednesday with the company's sale to an investor group led by Canadian-born comedian Howie Mandel. The new owners, which include U.S. talent agency ICM Partners, said the company will continue normal operations, with the same leadership in place.Mandel says he has always been a big fan of the annual Montreal comedy festival and performed many times over the last decade."Nothing feels like coming home more than being part of the Just For Laughs," he said from Los Angeles.

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