'The Bachelor's' Chris Harrison to Host 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire'
'The Bachelor's' Chris Harrison to Host 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire'
Kartik Chainani
Kartik Chainani
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Is that your final...rose?

The 13-year (19-season) host of The Bachelor and 12-year (10-season) host of The Bachelorette is adding a new hosting job to his repertoire. Chris Harrison will replace Terry Crews as host of the popular and long-running ABC game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.


Crews, who only had the hosting job for one season after Cedric the Entertainer, simply cannot manage the game show in his successful film and television career (Crews currently stars in FOX's Brooklyn Nine-Nine).

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire just wrapped its 13th season earlier this year, and Harrison will take on the role for the show's 14th season in September 2015. Rest assured, Bachelor and Bachelorette fans, because Harrison will still remain host of these shows as well.

"There are few shows on television as strong and iconic as Millionaire," said Chris Harrison.  "This is a great fit and I'm extremely excited and honored to take on this new endeavor."

In addition to The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and all of their spin-offs and events, Chris has also hosted The Miss America Pageant, Emmys Red Carpet Live, American Music Awards Red Carpet, Scripps National Spelling Bee, Iron Chef America, Hollywood 411, Designers' Challenge, How2 Make It As an Actor How2 Make It in Film and Television and co-hosted Live With Michael and Kelly.

What's one more show, right?

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