On the same day as the highly anticipated Twitter IPO, CBS game show “Let’s Make a Deal” has announced that it will have two more Twitter-themed episodes that will allow viewers to change elements of the game by voting via the microblogging platform.
The first of the two episodes will tape at noon PT on Nov. 8 and air Nov. 13. Fans can vote on aspects of the game, which includes more than $150,000 in cash and prizes, by following @letsmakedealCBS and using the hashtag #DecideTheDeal.
Voting will begin when the show starts taping, allowing for them to be tallied immediately and incorporated into the show. Elements up for voting include whether a luxury car or its cash equivalent will be given away, as well as prizes affecting the show-ending “Big Deal of the Day.”
Speaking of a making a deal: Today, Twitter sold 70 million shares for $26 each, closing at $44.90 per share.
“Let’s Make a Deal” will tape another Twitter episode on Dec. 6 and air it on April 23. The gameshow first had an interactive Twitter episode in January.