"Who Wants to be a Millionaire" to Feature Celebrity Contestants Playing for their Favorite Charity

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16 November 2017
Who Wants to be a Millionaire
Ronda Churchill, Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and TV Distribution
Starting Monday, November 20 
Go to MillionaireTV.com for time and channel.

          The nationally-syndicated game show “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” is gearing up for a fun couple of week, starting Monday, November 20 with a series of specialty weeks and celebrity contestants.  Each celebrity contestant will take on the classic 14-question game opposite host Chris Harrison.
Here’s a sampling:
Cameron Mathison, November 20:
Actor and “Entertainment Tonight” correspondent Cameron Mathison plays for the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, which advances the development of multiple myeloma treatments.  
Sherri Shepherd, November 23:
Actress and comedian Sherri Shepherd’s winnings will go to the Summit View School, which is dedicated to educating young people with learning differences who possess average to superior intellectual capabilities.  Sherri’s game play continues into November 24.
Ben Higgins, November 30:
Ben Higgins of “The Bachelor” fame plays for Humanity and Hope United Foundation, which works to assist underserved villages in remote parts of Honduras.
          The Emmy-nominated “Millionaire” airs across the country weekdays in national syndication. It is taped in front of a live studio audience at Caesars Entertainment Studios in Las Vegas.  Go to MillionaireTV.com for time and channel.

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