A POPULAR ITV show is returning for a sixth series which will leave fans delighted.
The Chase's spin-off show Beat the Chasers will return to the ITV1 later this year.
ITV announced the exciting news and confirmed all of the show's beloved chasers will also return.
They are Mark ‘the Beast’ Labbett, Anne ‘the Governess’ Hegerty, Shaun ‘the Dark Destroyer’ Wallace, Jenny ‘The Vixen’ Ryan, Paul ‘The Sinnerman’ Sinha and Darragh ‘The Menace’ Ennis.
Bradley Walsh will present the new series as filming for the brand new series kicks off later this week before wrapping on May 21st.
Unlike The Chase, Beat the Chasers will see contestants take on up to five all at once.
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Host Bradley who will call contestants out of the studio audience to compete in Beat the Chasers.
In the Cash Builder round, the contestants will face five multiple-choice questions and have the chance to bank up to £5,000.
But, if they get the first question wrong – they're out.
The contestants will then be given the option of playing between two to all five Chasers.
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The higher number of Chasers they go against at once, the more money is up for grabs.
But, the more of them they play against, the quicker the time decreases.
Just like The Chase, the game sees questions change from contestants to the Chasers.
If a contestant gets a question wrong the clock counts down until a question is answered correctly.
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