Zonk Redemption Week Kicks Off Let's Make A Deal's 10th Anniversary

The fan-favorite event returns to usher in Let's Make a Deal's 10th anniversary season on Monday, Sept. 17.
Posted on Sep 10, 2018 | 03:50pm
Not only does the 10th anniversary season of the CBS Daytime Emmy Award-winning game show Let's Make A Deal kick off Monday, Sept. 17 on CBS and CBS All Access, but it's going to be a week jam-packed with big surprises!

STREAM: Full Episodes Of Let's Make A Deal On CBS All Access
Hosted by the Daytime Emmy Award-winning Wayne Brady, Let's Make A Deal returns with a super-sized "Zonk Redemption," which expands from one episode to a week-long event as a thank-you to the series' devoted audience.

The exciting week of episodes offers formerly "zonked" traders from the show's past nine seasons the opportunity to redeem themselves. 

Each of these former contestants will be in the audience for the entire week and have the chance to leave a big winner—or get zonked yet again!

The excitement is multiplied by the possibility of uncovering one of Wayne's coveted "golden tickets," which gives unsuspecting contestants throughout the week a shot at ultimate redemption and guarantees $100,000 to one lucky winner—the single largest dollar amount given away in the history of the series!

The entire week is set to be full of huge moments: 

On Monday, Sept. 17, Wayne will give away the first golden ticket, and model Tiffany introduces her new baby, Carter, to her Let's Make A Deal family.

On Tuesday, Wayne officiates a surprise wedding for an engaged couple in the audience. 

Then, on Wednesday, Emmy Award-winning television personality RuPaul drops by to assist Wayne in making a deal. 

On Thursday, Wayne invites a contestant to play this season's new game, Decade of Deals, showcasing memorable photos from the past nine seasons. 

The week builds to an exciting conclusion on Friday when the newest Zonk mascot, "Zonkaroo," hatches and the $100,000 winner is revealed!

Watch the season premiere of Let's Make A Deal on Monday, Sept. 17 (check local listings) on CBS and CBS All Access.