In 1984, many new game shows were premiering in syndication. Among these was The All-New Let's Make a Deal, the second 1980s revival of the classic game show, hosted by TV's big dealer Monty Hall. The show worked the same as before -- Hall would pick an outrageously-dressed audience member and barter with him/her. A new feature was "Door #4," capitalizing on the popular Doors #1-3, which were all used for the Big Deal of the Day. This new version ended in 1986.