What is the top prize on Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win? The duo were worried about going bankrupt.
The premiere of ANT AND DEC’S LIMITLESS WIN is set for tonight (January 8), and fans are excited to see how the duo’s new game show will play out.
What is Limitless Win’s top prize?
Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win will premiere on ITV tonight (January 8), marking the duo’s first new show in a decade.
The hosts are hoping for a comeback after their previous game show, Red or Black, was a flop.
Here’s everything you need to know about Limitless Win’s top prize.
Because the show’s title implies that an infinite amount of money can be won, the answer may seem obvious.
The goal of the game is for players to work their way up a never-ending ladder in order to win massive sums of money.
To advance to the next rung on the ladder, they must answer a series of questions.
Unfortunately, if the contestants give too many incorrect answers, they will forfeit their entire prize money.
“We were worried we were going to bankrupt ITV,” host Ant McPartlin told PA news agency.
“I believe ours [show]is unique in that the answer to every question is a number, and it’s very simple to follow along with.”
“What makes it different is it’s the world’s first limitless jackpot,” he said of the grand prize.
“The fact that there is no top prize, and if you play this game correctly, you could win millions upon millions of pounds, is the selling point for us, and it’s what drew us in.”
Each episode will last an hour, and the first series will consist of five episodes.
The presenting duo has been keeping fans up to date on backstage news in the lead up to the premiere of the show.
“Happy (hashtag)LimitlessWin day!” they wrote on Twitter. “Looking forward to seeing you on TV tonight!” they added.
“Who else is shaking with excitement!? (hashtag)LimitlessWin,” they wrote in another post.
“I don’t know about you, but I’m shaking,” Dec said in a series promo video.
As the players took huge risks, he held out his hand to show his nervousness to the audience.
The ladder was depicted in a promotional photograph, with a £150,000 cash prize at the bottom step.
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