Kush do të bëhet milioner? (also Milioneri) is the Albanian version based off British Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. Premiered on December 15, 2008 on RTK1 channel as original format and March 7, 2014 on RTSH channel as risk format. Hosted by Veton Ibrahimi, Fehmi Ferati and Agron Llakaj (original format), Enkel Demi (risk format).
0In show were this lifelines:
- Phone-a-Friend (Telefonoi Mikut, Telefono Mikun)
- Ask the Audience (Pyete Audiencėn, Pyet Publikun)
- Switch the Question (on risk format)
Money Trees Edit
|Question||Prize (2008-2012)||Prize (2014)|
|15||€50 000||€25 000|
|14||€25 000||€12 000|
|13||€12 000||€6 000|
|12||€6 000||€3 000|
|11||€3 000||€1 500|
|10||€1 750||€1 000|
Junior Specials Edit
On May 31, 2010 aired 32nd episode called Junior Special. Total 8 children were invited: Ili Gerdupi from Tirana (won €250), Jasir Krasniqi from Prishtina, Tom Krypa from Tirana (won €850), Olisa Bajgora from Prishtina (won €850), Leart Saliu from Prishtina, Kristian Peçi from Tirana (won €250), Boena Balliu from Burrel and Paulina Behluli from Prishtina in studio appeared.
The biggest winners Edit
€3 000 winners Edit
- Agim Doëi (until February 2009)
- In season 1 (2008-2009) in studio were 160 candidates, in hot seat were 64 contestants. In two seasons aired 61 episodes where appeared 443 candidates and 154 contestants in hot seat.
- Emiljan Dyrmishi is fastest in FFF (2,321 seconds).
- On May 31, 2010 aired 32nd episode called Junior Special.
- On May 28, 2012 aired the second Junior Special.
- On May 31, 2010 Kristian Peçi on €250 question the Ask the Audience lifeline used, where 100% voted for one answer.
- August 9 and August 16, 2010 aired who episodes - the best of seasons 1 and 2.
- On April 23, 2012 was an amazing case in the Albanian version's history, where the participant Ndriçim Seferi used the Ask the Audience lifeline. The audience voted equally for all 4 options of the answer (25% each).
- The first 4 series of the show were filmed in the studio of the Macedonian version. The studio was built by Metalec Prilep, while the coloured pillars were provided by DVD-pet. For the second season, the studio was upgraded so the pillars and the stairs could change colours and an LCD screen was added behind the host entrance, showing lifeline animations and winnings.
- For the fifth (revival) series, a new studio in Prishtina, Kosovo (for some still a part of Serbia) was built from scratch. It also had several radical departures from the original design. Inbetween the pillars and the steps, a pair of LCD panels were installed, giving the studio a much more oval look than any other Millionaire studio.