We've just another glimpse at The Chase's new spin-off show following its launch this week

Publish Date
Wednesday, 29 April 2020, 3:51PM

Last year, The Chase fans received the exciting news that Bradley Walsh, Anne Hegerty and her fellow famous Chasers were going to be starring in a new spin-off show!

And last week we got our first look at brand the new series, Beat The Chasers.

Releasing the trailer for the show, ITV described it as "a brand new prime-time spin on the smash-hit quiz show The Chase, challenging contestants to take on two, three, four or all five Chasers at once."

Now the five-part series has made its debut, we've had our first proper glimpse at the show which sees Hegerty, Mark 'The Beast' Labbett, Paul 'The Sinnerman' Sinha, Shaun 'The Dark Destroyer' Wallace and Jenny 'The Vixen' Ryan all unite.

Contestants are called down from the studio audience to take part in a Cash Builder round, where they'll face five multiple-choice questions to win up to £5,000.

But there's a catch; if they answer the first question wrong, they're out and their time on the show is over.

The hopefuls will then face off against the chasers, deciding between various offers, such as facing fewer chasers for less money and vice versa.

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Previously speaking out about the new show, Bradley said: "The contestants are brave facing one Chaser, let alone all five. With that group of top quizzing brains working as a team, it's going to take some beating. But I can't wait to see who's going to take them on."

While Michael Kelpie, Managing Director of production company Potato, said: "For quiz fans, this is the equivalent of competing in the Olympics or playing in an FA Cup Final. It's the ultimate challenge against the greatest quiz team ever assembled.

"In this brand-new format, anyone who thinks they're clever enough can take on the nation's favourite quizzers."

Hopefully, it comes to New Zealand television screens too!