Everyone Wins Renews Its Nightly Prime Time Slot On Shanghai TV Through 2004
HONG KONG (December 5th, 2003) - Robert Chua Productions has renewed its popular interactive television game show series Everyone Wins with Shanghai Media Group (SMG), it was announced today by Robert Chua.
Everyone Wins launched on Shanghai's Oriental TV prime time schedule on the 1st of January 2003, where the interactive game show immediately achieved a high audience share. Proving to be a significant winner for Shanghai TV, Everyone Wins became a key factor in its prime time growth, with the game show helping improve the network's competitive ranking from 8th to 3rd place. In addition to its renewal with Shanghai Media Group, Everyone Wins continues to generate impressive ratings in Singapore and Hong Kong where the game show airs on Channel 8 (MediaCorps) and TVB Jade Channel respectively.
"Since the premiere of Everyone Wins, the show has served as a magnet for viewers and helped propel our channel's prime time lineup", said Li Rui Gang, CEO of Shanghai Media Group. "We are excited to introduce a new season of the show and are confident 'Everyone Wins' will remain a successful program with viewers."
"Everyone Wins continues to gain popularity with audiences and draws increased amounts of viewers each week," said Chua, creator and developer of Everyone Wins. "We are delighted to renew Everyone Wins with Shanghai Media Group and continue our relationship with Li Rui Gang, a highly respected television executive who, I believe, represents the future of China's international television."
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EVERYONE WINS PROVES A REAL WINNER
Last weekend's debut of TVB's Everyone Wins scored an astounding success. The interactive quiz game show premiered on Sunday night and took 83 per cent of the viewing audience.
Hong Kong is the third Asian city to adopt the show, after Shanghai and Singapore. Television producer and show founder Robert Chua Wah-peng (pictured with host Cheng Tan-shui) said: "I am delighted with the viewers' reaction. I am thrilled by the level of interest in the programme."
SCMP, 18th September 2003