By Natalie Zarowny
Taking a show like ‘The Price is Right' on the road, is no small operation.
It all starts with a host, and for ‘The Price is Right Live,' that's veteran game show host Todd Newton.
"I love watching through the doors at the very top of the show. Because that's the first time I get to see the audience, the first time we connect," said Newton.
Newton's worked on taped shows in his career as well, but he said the live shows are a little different.
"It's louder and it's more energetic," said Newton.
But it's not just people like Newton and the crew that need to pack up and go every time there's a new show; it's the equipment too.
And you've got to be gentle moving those fan favorites like Plinko and The Big Wheel.
Luckily, there's a back-up plan if something goes wrong.
"We have a couple games on standby, like any good baseball team we've got a couple of pinch hitters," said executive producer Jeff Palmer.
Since they started the tour last month, this cast and crew has been averaging five shows a week.
Almost every day it's a different city in the US or Canada.
"This show's been built to travel, and so we have a great team, we're always taking care of it and so far, fingers crossed, we're always there," said Palmer.
And while it can be exhausting to move around so much, host Todd Newton said it's worth it, for the fans.
"Being able to share that moment with a contestant when they win a chunk of money they can really use to pay off a credit card, or when they win a vacation that they really deserve," said Newton.
The next stop on ‘The Price is Right' live is Brookings, South Dakota.