Tko želi biti milijunaš?

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Tko želi biti milijunaš?
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Presented by Tarik Filipović
Country of origin Croatia
Production
Running time 20:15 h - 21:10 h
Release
Original network HRT1
Original release March 24, 2002 - June 3, 2010

Tko želi biti milijunaš? (English translation: Who wants to be a millionaire?, usually called Milijunaš) was a Croatian game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show was hosted by Tarik Filipović. The main goal of the game was to win 1 million Croatian kunas (US$145,000) by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. There were 3 "lifelines", which are ways for a player to get help during the game. These were fifty fifty (pola pola), phone a friend (zovi) and ask the audience (pitaj publiku). The game show was broadcast from 2002 to 2008 and from September 2009 to June 2010. It was shown on the Croatian TV station HRT1. When a contestant got the fifth question correct, he left with at least 1,000 kuna. When a contestant got the tenth question correct, he left with at least 32,000 kuna.

Money tree[edit]

  • 1. question • 100 kuna
  • 2. question • 200 kuna
  • 3. question • 300 kuna
  • 4. question • 500 kuna
  • 5. question1,000 kuna (Guaranteed sum)
  • 6. question • 2,000 kuna
  • 7. question • 4,000 kuna
  • 8. question • 8,000 kuna
  • 9. question • 16,000 kuna
  • 10. question32,000 kuna (Guaranteed sum)
  • 11. question • 64,000 kuna
  • 12. question • 125,000 kuna
  • 13. question • 250,000 kuna
  • 14. question • 500,000 kuna
  • 15. question1,000,000 kuna

Top prize winners[edit]

1,000,000 kn (15 of 15) – no time limit
Which of these female TV presenters ran out the Paris Marathon in year of 2001?
• A: Mirjana Hrga • B: Sandra Antolic
• C: Mirna Zidaric • D: Ines Preindl
Bićanić's 1 million kuna question

Only one contestant win the top prize, Mira Bićanić, on June 14, 2003. She used her "Ask the Audience" lifeline on the final question and then deciding to give a final answer, which was correct.