Where can I watch the Ohio Lottery?
- Cincinnati. WCPO ABC – Channel 9.
- Cleveland. WEWS ABC – Channel 5.
- Columbus. WTTE FOX – Channel 28. WSYX ABC – Channel 6.
- Dayton. WHIO CBS – Channel 7.
- Huntington, WV. WSAZ NBC – Channel 3.
- Lima. ELIO FOX – Channel 9. EOHL CBS – Channel 11.
- Steubenville. WTRF CBS – Channel 7.
- Toledo. WTVG ABC – Channel 13.
What time is the Ohio Lottery on TV?
Drawings for the other Ohio Lottery games are held seven days a week, at 12:29 p.m. and 7:29 p.m., (except Saturday evenings). Monday through Friday evening drawings are broadcast statewide. Saturday evening drawings occur during the Cash Explosion® television show, which airs from 7:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
What time is the lottery drawing tonight in Ohio?
Schedule for All Draw Games 12:29 pm and 7:29 pm (except Saturday). Saturday evening drawings occur during Cash Explosion®, which airs from 7:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Immediately after pools close.
What channel is Ohio Cash Explosion on?
|Original network||Regionally syndicated throughout Ohio|
|Picture format||NTSC HDTV 1080i/720p|
|Original release||February 7, 1987 – present|
Where is the Cash Explosion TV show?
The Ohio Lottery’s popular game show Cash Explosion is taped locally at our TeleProduction Center in Columbus, Ohio.
Is the Lotto draw live on TV?
Since January 2017, the live draws are no longer broadcast on television and are available to watch online at the National Lottery website and YouTube. Since April 2018, a new show called The National Lottery Lotto Results has aired on ITV on Wednesday and Saturday nights during commercial breaks.
How does Cash Explosion TV show work?
The Cash Explosion® instant ticket offers players a chance to be entered into a drawing to become a contestant on the Game Show. Holders of a Cash Explosion® ticket in which the word “Entry” is matched three (3) times may enter into a drawing to become a contestant on the Game Show.
Does everyone win money on Cash Explosion?
Every player on Cash Explosion is guaranteed to win at least $6,100! But of course, that’s just the minimum… players have a chance to win MUCH more! One by one, 8 players test their luck against their own game board.