Ant and Dec's ill-fated game show they knew would be their only flop on very first night
By SEAMLESS DAILY
08 January 2022
Addressing the backlash, Ant told The Sun : "We kind of figured it was a Saturday night show.
the number of contestants was whittled down to eight a show and the show was broadcast on saturday nights only.
"Speak to Andi Peters, get some money off him ..." suggested Ant.
Ant & Dec's Limitless Win starts on ITV on Saturday night at 8.30pm.
Here's something that might just inject a bit of excitement back into Saturday night telly : the Geordie duo host a quizshow ( their first new one in a decade ) with a limitless cash prize.
Yes, contestants can keep adding to the prize pot as they continue to answer questions correctly – but with more money available to win comes the increasing risk of losing it all.
Expect jaws to drop ( mostly Ant and Dec ’ s ).
ant mcpartlin and declan donnelly have joked their new gameshow.
The presenters, both 46, are set to host a brand new Saturday night show on the channel, which will see contestants compete to win an unlimited jackpot.
In what ITV say is 'the biggest prize ever conceived' up for grabs, the five-part series features an endless money ladder, with only a correct answer banking the cash.
If they push their luck too far, they 'll crash out of the game and lose it all.
speaking about the limitless prize money, ant told the mirror : 'we did worry that we were going to bankrupt itv".
The dynamic duo say they have completely reinvented the rule book when creating the gameshow and it is unlike any other on the television.
They wrote : Casual thinking poses… poised to launch a top secret, VERY special something rather soon… Oh wait!
'So, SO excited to be bringing you a ground-breaking, brand new TV format, featuring the world's first ever LIMITLESS jackpot and a money ladder that never ... ever ... ends!
"what makes it different is it's the world's first limitless jackpot.
Donnelly joked that the pair would have to call on Andi Peters, who often presents cash giveaways on ITV's daytime shows, to help them out with "more prize money".
Speaking about the series, McPartlin said : "You don't have to be the brains of Britain.
And with other quiz shows, suddenly when you get into very serious money, the answers become impossible to play along with, but with this you can have a stab at every one.
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