Fans of Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win complain that it’s ‘too complicated’ as they ‘turn off’ the ITV show.

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As they’switch off’ ITV show Ant and Dec Limitless Win, fans complain that it’s ‘too complicated.’

Viewers of Ant and Dec’s new game show Limitless Win were quick to complain that the show was “switching off” just minutes after it premiered on ITV.

Many viewers complained that they were “switching off” minutes after Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly’s Limitless Win premiered on ITV.

Many online users complained that the format was “too difficult” to understand, while others complained that they had no idea what was going on.

“Bored with (hashtag)LimitlessWin (hashtag)antanddec,” one tweet read.

“Now switching to (hashtag)TheWheel because wtf is this format on (hashtag)LimitlessWin about?” grumbled one person.

“Could they make it any more complicated? (hashtag)LimitlessWin,” a second remarked.

A third fumed, “What the hell is going on?? (hashtag)LimitlessWin (hashtag)antanddec.”

Others, on the other hand, appeared to think the game was similar to Bamboozled, the Friends game show hosted by Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc).

“Feels like I’m watching Bamboozle (hashtag)antanddec (hashtag)limitlesswin,” one person wrote.

“Watching Ant and Dec on (hashtag)LimitlessWin reminds me of Joey playing Bamboozle in Friends,” a second agreed.

There’s so much to keep track of!”

A third added, “I’m getting Bamboozle vibes it’s so complicated (hashtag)Limitless (hashtag)antanddec (hashtag)itv.”

The dynamic duo appeared on Lorraine on Friday to promote their new game show.

They explained to the Scottish host that their new show was unlike any other in the world because there was no jackpot and there was no limit to the amount of money that could be won.

Contestants are given lives to play with and are asked questions in which they must correctly guess the numbers in order to win money in the bank.

Catherine and Will were the first ever players on tonight’s premiere show.

The pair did not play it safe and gambled with only one life on the line, winning £500,000 in the process.

Next Saturday night, ITV’s Limitless Win returns.

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