Minute To Win It: Singapore
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|Minute To Win It: Singapore|
|Created by||Friday TV|
|Presented by||Bryan Wong|
|Country of origin||Singapore|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Executive producers||Jennifer Gwee|
|Running time||48 minutes without commercials (60 minutes with commercials)|
|Production companies||Shine America|
MediaCorp Studios Singapore
|Distributor||NBCUniversal Television Distribution|
|Original network||MediaCorp Channel 5|
|Picture format||576i (SDTV)|
|Original release||August 9, 2014– October 29, 2014|
Minute to Win It: Singapore Edition is a Singaporean primetime game show that originally ran on MediaCorp Channel 5 with host Bryan Wong. The show is part of an international franchise, Minute to Win It. Contestants take part in a series of 60-second challenges that use objects that are commonly available around the house. Contestants who managed to complete all 10 challenges will win S$250,000. The first episode airs on Saturday (August 9, 2014), 8:20pm, right after the live telecast of the nation's 49th National Day Parade. Subsequent episodes were telecast on every Wednesday beginning from 13 August 2014 at 8:00pm.
The contestant is presented with the blueprint for the first game (level) and must successfully complete a game within 60 seconds to win the first level (was $1,000 in all versions) and advance to the next level. After successfully completing the fourth and seventh level games, the contestant is guaranteed to leave with no less than the cash award for those levels. If the contestant can complete the final game, the contestant will earn $250,000.
The difficulty of the games progressively increase throughout the show. If time expires or the conditions of the game cannot be fulfilled (such as by the contestant exhausting any allotted attempts or committing a foul), the contestant loses a "life". If the contestant loses all three of their "lives", the game ends and the contestant's winnings drop to the previous milestone they passed.
After successfully completing a game, the contestant can leave with the amount of money already won before seeing the blueprint for the next game. However, once the contestant elects for the game, the contestant cannot leave the show until that game is complete or they have exhausted all three of their "lives".
In episodes featuring teams of two contestants, some games are played by both players, while others are played solo. A player can only make three consecutive attempts at solo games (including re-attempts following losing a life; an intervening team game does not reset this count). After a player makes three attempts, the other player is forced to attempt the next solo game.
Successfully completing a challenge is worth a specific cash prize at each level. Contestants who successfully complete challenge on levels with bolded amounts in the table below are guaranteed to leave with no less than the cash award at that level should they fail any later challenge.
|Level||Value (Normal Version)||Value (Celebrity Version)|
Level 3, 5 and 7 are the safety levels for the celebrities who are playing for their charities.
|Episode||Date||Contestants||Final challenge||Total Prize Won|
|1||August 9, 2014||Joseph, Charlotte, Reuben & Fabian (JT & 8 - The Kwok Family)||This Blows - Level 4 (Failed)||$0|
|Fadzli & Mingzuo (Team 180)||Tea Party - Level 4 (To Continue in Episode 2)||-|
JT & 8 - Floatacious, Give It A Whirl, A Bit Dicey, This Blows
|2||August 13, 2014||Fadzli & Mingzuo (Team 180)||Back Flip - Level 7 (Failed)||$5,000|
|Jonathan & Gary (Kin Warriors)||Johnny Applestack - Level 4 (Failed)||$0|
Team 180 - Office Tennis, Ka-Broom, Back Flip
|3||August 20, 2014||Enna & Malvin (Enna and The King)||Frankenstein - Level 8 (Failed)||$25,000|
Enna and The King - Human Burrito, Give It A Whirl, Office Dominoes, Ker Plink! Or Plunk!, Sharpshooter, Bridge The Gap, The Nutstacker, Frankenstein
|4||August 27, 2014||Rebecca Lim, Pierre Png & Daren Tan (Mata Mata 2: The New Era Charity Special)1||Egg Roll - Level 7 (Failed)||$10,000|
Mata Mata 2 - Nervous Nelly, Noodling Around, Suck It Up, Sharp Shooter, Stack Attack, Field Goal, Egg Roll
|5||3 September 2014||Hussain (The Allied Educator)||CD Dominoes - Level 6 (Failed)||$5,000|
|Hanafiah & Yasin (The Footy Boys)||Puddle Jumper - Level 2 (To Continue in Episode 6)||-|
The Allied Educator - Baby Rattle, Ker Plink! Or Plunk!, Bottoms Up, Sharp Shooter, Spudnick, CD Dominoes
|6||10 September 2014||Hanafiah & Yasin (The Footy Boys)||Got Your Back - Level 5 (Exited the Game)||$10,000|
|Abram, Del, Cheryl, Calvin (The Incredibles)||Ready Spaghetti - Level 3 (Failed)||$0|
The Footy Boys - Kick Off, Spudnick, Got Your Back
|7||17 September 2014||Norman & Samantha||Walrus - Level 5 (Failed)||$5,000|
|Adam & Jin Wei||Rapid Fire - Level 2 (To continue in Episode 8)||-|
Norman & Samantha - Candelier, Hanky Panky, A Bit Dicey, Got Your Back, Walrus
|8||24 September 2014||Adam & Jin Wei||Level 5 - Sticker Picker Upper (Exited the Game)||$10,000|
|Parmes||Level 5 - Egg Tower (Failed)||$5,000|
Adam & Jin Wei - Hang Over, Tipsy, Sticker Picker Upper
|9||1 October 2014||Tun Zen||Splitter - Level 6 (Failed)||$5,000|
|Raizal||Nimble Thimble - Level 4 (To continue in Episode 10)||-|
Tun Zen - Baby Rattle, Suck It Up, Flying Gumball Saucers, Magic Carpet Ride, Triple Pong Plop, Splitter
|10||8 October 2014||Raizal||Tuna Roll - Level 6 (Exited the Game)||$15,000|
|Kamal, Noor, Mira & Nadz||Cyclone - Level 7 (Failed)||$5,000|
Raizal - High Strung, Tuna Roll, (Cyclone3)
|11||15 October 2014||Minister Tan Chuan-Jin & Gurmit Singh1||Ping Tac Toe - Level 9 (Exited the Game)||$100,000|
Minister Tan Chuan-Jin & Gurmit Singh - Tilt-A-Cup, Give It A Whirl, Office Dominoes, Bouncer, Ker Plink! Or Plunk!, This Blows, Back Flip2, Broomski Ball, Ping Tac Toe
|12||29 October 2014||George||Dangerous Curves - Level 6 (Exited the Game)||$15,000|
|Hidayat & Tajmal||High Strung - Level 3 (Exited the Game)||$3,000|
George - Floatacious, Sticky Balls, Office Dominoes, Nimble Thimble, Stack Attack, Dangerous Curves
|13||5 November 2014||Chua En Lai, Alaric Tay, A B Shaik & Dalina Jaapar1||Speed Eraser - Level 6 (Failed)||$10,000|
Chua En Lai, Alaric Tay, A B Shaik & Dalina Jaapar - Bobblehead, Tilt-A-Cup, Magic Carpet Ride, Ready Spaghetti, Shoe Fly Shoe, Speed Eraser
^1 These players played for charity.
^2 Host Bryan Wong played this game, just for charity reasons.
^3 If Raizal chose to play the next game, it would be Cyclone. This was revealed by the host Bryan Wong.
Bold denotes the winning pair who managed to win some money
Bold + denotes the winners with the top prize (cleared the top prize level)
All statistics are accurate as of Season 1.
- Most money won: $100,000 (Episode 11)
- Total winnings to date: $228,000 (As at the end of Season 1)
- Total number of winners (by persons) who won some money: 30 (As at the end of Season 1)
- Total number of winners who complete all 10 challenges: 0
- Total number of contestants who got nothing (did not clear the first safety level): 10
- Total number of contestants (by persons) who appeared on the show: 40
- Number of different games played so far: 60
- The highest level attempted up to date: Level 9
- Games that no one have ever survived: Johnny Applestack, Frankenstein, Egg Roll, CD Dominoes, Walrus, Egg Tower, Cyclone
- "Bryan Wong lost his voice hosting Minute To Win It". TODAYonline.