Wheel of Fortune 2004
The first broadcast of the Wheel of Fortune was in 1975. It is approaching its 50th anniversary. Over the years, it has undergone many changes. The puzzle board was removed in favor of a laser-based display. This change is an effort to make the show easier for the viewer, as it no longer requires touch actuators.
The show has had an incredible run, with a huge number of viewers tuned in each week. In fact, it’s the number one program in the history of syndicated television, viewed by approximately 16 million people in the U.S. and more than 100 million people worldwide. The show is produced by Sony Pictures Television and distributed domestically by CBS Paramount International Television and King World Productions. It features celebrities from all walks, including Lori Vallow, a former contestant who is currently in jail after a bizarre family drama.
Each episode starts with a clue. To unlock a prize, contestants must correctly guess the clues. Players could also try to divine the words by guessing the correct words. The clues had six letters each. The winner was the player who correctly guess the answer four times. The wheel also has a jackpot that goes to the player who correctly guesses all six letters.