The greatest quiz show returned to the US network ABC in April 2020, with Jimmy Kimmel on hosting duty. The first series featured a wide roster of celebrity contestants, with the second series featuring a mix of celebs and frontline workers.
During the second series' run in late 2020, David Chang became the first celebrity Millionaire winner.
The US reboot incorporates Stellify's set design, use of the classic era soundtrack, and the 'Ask The Host' lifeline in lieu of 'Ask The Audience', due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Millionaire returned to Nigerian screens in March 2022, with Frank Edoho returning as host and an increased jackpot of 20 Million Naira. The Nigerian reboot incorporates Stellify's set design and the 'Ask The Host' lifeline in lieu of 'Ask The Audience', due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In January 2021, Millionaire returned to Channel 9 in Australia, under the name Who Wants To Be A Millionaire: Special Events. Eddie McGuire returned as host in this limited run featuring a mix of celebs and frontline workers.
The reboot adapted Stellify's Ask The Host lifeline in lieu of Ask The Audience as well as the new set design.
The Ask The Host lifeline has also been incorporated into Channel 9's spinoff show Hot Seat, from 2020 onwards.