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Ant and Dec announce new game show Limitless Win – with ‘biggest prize ever conceived’ up for grabs

Ant & Dec (Photo: officialntas/Instagram

It’s been a while since Ant and Dec launched a brand new show, but they are back with a new prime time offering.

The TV presenters will front Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win on Saturday nights across five hour-long episodes.

The thrilling format offers contestants an endless money ladder, which they must climb by answering questions correctly. However if they push their luck too far they risk crashing out of the game and losing everything.

It promises plenty of twists, turns, drama and emotion with ‘the biggest prize ever conceived’ up for grabs.

Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly shared the news with a typically jokey picture, showing the pair sat at a desk trying to come up with a logo and graphics for their project, as well as ‘how to fund a limitless prize pot’. Pretty important, that last one…

The game show, will air over five Saturdays in a prime time slot, is a co-production between Hello Dolly and Mitre Studios.

‘We’re genuinely so excited to launch this new series,’ Ant said.

It needs a bit of work still… (Picture: ITV)

‘It’s something we’ve been developing with Hello Dolly and ITV for a while now and we can’t wait for you all to experience it. We hope you love it as much as we do.’

Dec described it as ‘ground breaking’ and added: ‘It’s been a number of years since we launched a brand new TV format, it’s not something we do very often!

‘But we’ve hit on something that is ground breaking and innovative, and that’s why we are so excited to host this series and bring it to the nation.’

The long time presenting duo also front Britain’s Got Talent, I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! and Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win will air on ITV and ITV Hub.


Credit: Original article published here.

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