Quickly gathering a cult following, the game show LET'S MAKE A DEAL had people lining up outside just for a chance of getting a seat in the studio audience. Airing to over 40 million viewers, the series created as much controversy as it did fans. In the documentary DEAL, John Schott examines the way in which LET'S MAKE A DEAL changed the course of television history. Using this particular show as an example, the film also explores larger issues regarding the world of daytime television and the game show industry.
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