Duel

Friday, July 25, 9pm

The head-to-head trivia competition comes to an end as contestants battle it out to see who can win the ultimate prize of $500,000.

Friday, June 27
9pm

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on ASN

In a cutting-edge format combining trivia challenges like those utilized on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? with the strategy used in the World Series of Poker, each episode features a new group of contestants vying to duel either the previous week’s winner or a brand new opponent. The goal? Win a series of duels and take home $500,000. But along the way, contestants will be tempted to leave the game and walk away with their accumulated winnings.

Duel

The competitive game show Duel is back for another round and A will pick up where Season 2 left off with five new episodes, Fridays at 9 p.m. ET starting June 27. Hosted by ESPN’s Mike Greenberg, Duel features head-to-head matches of nerve-rattling game play where contestants must use strategy to win a series of duels and collect the $500,000 jackpot.

Duel premiered in December 2007 on CTV as a tournament-style competition airing over six nights, with one of 20 contestants guaranteed to win a cash windfall. Contestant Ashlee Register ultimately ended up taking home over $1.7 million.

Duel now airs weekly, with each episode featuring a new group of contestants vying to duel either the previous week’s winner or a brand new opponent. The goal?

Win a series of duels and take home $500,000. But along the way, contestants will be tempted to leave the game and walk away with their accumulated winnings.

In a cutting-edge format combining trivia challenges like those utilized on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? with the strategy used in the World Series of Poker, Duel contestants once again find themselves in intense head-to-head matches.

Reacting quickly under pressure and outsmarting their opponents by using strategy and deception, as well as intellect and skill, is important when trying to win the race for big money.

Friday, April 18
9pm

A loan officer and a musician face off in this intense trivia competition where how you play is just as important as what you know.

Duel

9pm Friday, April 4

Hosted by ESPN’s Mike Greenberg, Duel pits contestants in intense head-to-head matches where they must react quickly under pressure and outsmart their opponents by using strategy and deception as well as intellect and skill with the hopes of collecting a $500,000 jackpot.

The adrenaline pumping, high-stakes competition game show Duel returns with 10 new episodes airing weekly beginning Friday, April 4 at 9 p.m. ET on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times). Hosted by ESPN’s Mike Greenberg, Duel features head-to-head matches of nerve-rattling game play where contestants must use strategy to win a series of duels and collect the $500,000 jackpot. But this time around, there’s a twist.

Contestants on Duel are chosen for their confidence and charisma, a love of trivia and an obsession for competition. Like Season 1, a contestant wins a duel and picks their next opponent from three potential competitors having only been given a limited amount of information about them; the twist is that not all may be as it appears with these challengers.

Duel premiered in December 2007 as a tournament-style competition airing over six nights, with one of 20 contestants guaranteed to win a cash windfall. Contestant Ashlee Register ultimately ended up taking home over $1.7 million. This season, Duel will air weekly, with each episode featuring a new group of contestants vying to duel either the previous week’s winner or a brand new opponent. The goal? Win a series of duels and take home $500,000. But along the way, contestants will be tempted to leave the game and walk away with their accumulated winnings.

In a cutting-edge format combining trivia challenges like those utilized on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? with the strategy used in the World Series of Poker, Duel contestants once again find themselves in intense head-to-head matches. Reacting quickly under pressure and outsmarting their opponents by using strategy and deception, as well as intellect and skill, is important when trying to win the race for big money.

Friday 21 December
8 p.m. – Duel

The Top four players qualify for the finals.