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Koj saka da bide milioner? (Macedonian: Кој сака да биде милионер?) was the Macedonian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. Aired from 2004 to 2009 in A1 channel. Hosted by Sašo Macanovski-Trendo.

In 2004-2007, the show was on Thursdays at 21:00. From 2007 to 2009 - every Tuesday and Thursday evening aired.

Lifelines Edit

In show was four lifelines:

Seasons Edit

Money Trees Edit

Question Prize (March 25, 2004 — July 2006) Prize (December 24, 2007 — November 2009)
15 3 000 000 denari 4 000 000 denari
14 1 000 000 denari 2 000 000 denari
13 750 000 denari 1 000 000 denari
12 350 000 denari 500 000 denari
11 175 000 denari 250 000 denari
10 100 000 denari 125 000 denari
9 50 000 denari 64 000 denari
8 25 000 denari 32 000 denari
7 15 000 denari 16 000 denari
6 8 000 denari 8 000 denari
5 5 000 denari 5 000 denari
4 3 000 denari 3 000 denari
3 2 000 denari 2 000 denari
2 1 000 denari 1 000 denari
1 500 denari 500 denari

Scandal Edit

In July 2006, Zoran Popovich in the show appeared. He became the last contestant of the last episode before the break. He won 100,000 dinari and a klaxon sounded. After that, the host told him that he would continue his run next season. But that did not happen. And the A1 channel bought a license and in December 2007 began to tape in his own studio without inviting Zoran, thereby depriving him of all the winning. Then the contestant decided to file a lawsuit against A1 and PTR Production, but luck was not on his side.

The biggest prize winners Edit

Discarded prize Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The Macedonian version of show from 2004 to 2006 filmed in studio of Bulgarian version.
  • In 30th episode, contestant Bronislav Nakov on his 6th question the Ask the Audience lifeline used, where 100% voted for one answer.
  • In total, in show were 40,790 candidates, and 244 contestants in hot seat won 12,012,000 dinari, five won 500,000 dinari.
  • Of the 122,955 calls on the telephone number 141 377, ninety members before the small screens enriched their everyday life with 10,000 and 20,000 denari, and the answers to the questions were remembered for some "pearls of wisdom".

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