Favorite Contestants from "The Bachelor" & "The Bachelorette" Reunite on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire"

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22 October 2015
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
November 2, 2015 - Season 17 “Bachelor” Sean Lowe and wife Catherine kick off “Bachelor Fan Favorites Week” on “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire,” playing to benefit Micaela’s Army Foundation. / Photo: David E. Steele, Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and TV Distribution
"Who Wants To Be A Millionaire"
"Bachelor Fan Favorites Week" begins Monday, November 2
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“Eligible Bachelor Week,” “Bucket List Week” and “Second Chance Week” Round Out “Millionaire’s” November Specialty Programming Line-Up
            Busy “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” host Chris Harrison’s TV worlds will collide November 2-6, 2015, when the iconic game show features its first-ever “BACHELOR FAN FAVORITES WEEK,” showcasing some of the most memorable contestants from the wildly popular network franchise.
          Playing for charity during the special “Millionaire” themed week are Season 17 “Bachelor” Sean Lowe and wife Catherine; television personality and “Bachelorette” Ali Fedotowsky; original “Bachelorette” Trista Sutter, and husband Ryan;  “The Bachelor” and “Bachelor in Paradise” contestant Michelle Money; and Season 9 “Bachelorette” Desiree Siegfried and husband Chris. 
          “BACHELOR FAN FAVORITES WEEK” is just one of four specialty weeks on “Millionaire” in November.  Also airing will be:
         “BUCKET LIST WEEK” October 26–30 - “Millionaire” helps contestants check off items from their list of things to do before they … well, you know.
         “SECOND CHANCE WEEK” November 9-13 – Memorable players who got a question wrong last season return for another chance to go all the way to $1 million. 
         “ELIGIBLE BACHELOR WEEK” November 16-20 - Some of the most eligible guys in America come to “Millionaire” seeking THE ONE … that is, the one with six zeros behind it!
         This season, producers have brought back the drama to the long-running franchise by reintroducing the ladder format, with the tension and the difficulty building as each contestant makes his or her way closer to $1 million dollars. 
About “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire”
“Millionaire” airs across the country weekdays in national syndication.  Go to MillionaireTV.com for time and channel. “Millionaire” is produced by Valleycrest Productions Ltd. and is distributed by Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and TV Distribution. 
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