Beat the Chasers: Contestant accepts £100,000
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Host Bradley Walsh will once again be back on audiences' screens as he welcomes all six Chasers to spin-off Beat The Chasers for the very first time. ITV has since announced that the newest season will feature a new format twist as they introduce the Super Offer.
ITV's most popular game show The Chase remains a favourite amongst viewers, however, the spin-off series has proven just as popular.
Beat The Chasers will return later this year and, this time, contestants will be able to battle all six Chasers for the very first time.
The news Chaser Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis joined the spin-off for the first time in series three but, sadly, Chaser Paul Sinha was ill during filming so only five Chasers remained.
However, it has now been confirmed that all six quizzes will be joining the series later this year.
Beat The Chasers will be returning later this year. (Image: ITV)
Paul Sinha will be returning for series four. (Image: ITV)
That isn't the only thing fans have to look forward to as the Super Offer feature has been added to the show in a major change-up to the format.
When each contestant enters the studio, they have a maximum of five cash builder questions to answer.
If the players manage to answer up to four questions correctly then they will face the Chasers and, depending on the offer they choose, they will battle against a minimum of two or a maximum or five Chasers.
The Chase in numbers. (Image: EXPRESS)
However, the Super Offer will be in play if a player answers all five cash builder questions correctly.
The Chasers will offer them a Super Offer, which means they could face all six quizzers in the final battle for the prize.
The Super Offer amount will be significantly higher than the usual offers presented.
This new twist could mean that some epic quiz battles are in store as a contestant could be playing all six Chasers as they try to win the grand prize in only a minute.
The Chasers, Mark Labbett, Shaun Wallace, Anne Hegerty, Jenny Ryan, Sinha, and Ennis, joining forces will surely mean that the final battle will be tougher than ever.
The final battle is crucial as the limited time sees contestants swap questions with the Chasers.
If the player gets a question wrong, the clock keeps counting down until a question is answered correctly.
With the first to run out of time losing, beating all six Chasers together would be a mighty feat.
Aside from these latest announcements, viewers will be happy to see Sinha back on the spin-off show.
Having been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2019, The Sinnerman confirmed that he was too unwell to film the third season.
Sinha took to Twitter to explain his absence, writing: "On the week of recording, I was unwell. Happens."
The Chaser did not confirm that his illness is attributed to his ongoing Parkinson's disease.
It just so happened that him being unwell coincided with filming for that particular week.
Series four of Beat the Chasers will return late this year to ITV.
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