Meghan Markle, who once appeared as a "briefcase opener" on Deal or No Deal , has been cast as an FBI agent on Fringe , TVGuide.com has confirmed. Stifle your snickering about her spokesmodel past. Markle has also logged screen time as a guest on 90210 , Without a Trace , Knight Rider (2008) and 'Til Death . Fox describes Markle's recurring character as "an attractive, brash and quick-witted junior agent," which means she will surely rankle Olivia, amuse Walter and titillate Peter. Perfect! Markle was one of the banker's beauties on the NBC cash-stravaganza for four episodes in 2007. Fringe's second season premieres Sept. 17 in its new Thursday-at-9 timeslot. Source Here
If tonight's season premiere of the prime-time Deal or No Deal (8 pm/ET, NBC) reignites your hunger for cash-filled suitcases, glam models and Howie Mandel's sexy-smooth dome, you're about to be sated quite nicely. Starting Monday, Sept. 8, a syndicated daily version of the red-hot game show hits the airwaves, streamlining the game play, yet serving up even more of what makes the series such a big Deal. Mandel shared a look at the half-hour version's tweaks and twists as well as previewed the nighttime edition's upcoming thrills. To view the source, and read the interview, visit TV Guide .
I think not, but brace yourselves, because NBC's Deal or No Deal is headed to syndication. The daytime version of the show will be premiering September 8th. Howie Mandel will remain host, however the daytime prize will be halved to $500,000. Furthermore, there will be new "interactive elements" for viewers to win their own cash. Source: Variety
I'm not quite sure why, but Deal or No Deal will be having a Star Wars themed episode on Monday, April 28th at 8pm. "Darth Vader" will be the banker and Carrie Fisher is set to make an appearance. The models will also be dressed according to theme... Source: TV Guide