Cash Trapped viewers abandon show as viewers divided over The Chase replacement

Cash Trapped viewers were divided over Bradley Walsh's new game show.

The quizzing programme has replaced The Chase until January 2020.

Contestants answer questions to win money, but they can only take it home if they don't get Cash Trapped.

Some fans abandoned the show, saying they'd much rather watch something else.

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One tweeted: "Nah! Not for me, all the best quizzes are very simple. Cash Trapped isn't plus too much talk. Time to see how I get on with Pointless."

While another wrote: "Oh no! I hate this. Switched over to watch The Chase and it's this rubbish instead. Too confusing. Over to Pointless then."

Others enjoyed the new series, branding Bradley as a "genius" for creating the show.

One said: "Bradley actually devised this show – is there NOTHING he can't do. Bloke's a bl**y genius!"

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While another typed: "Absolutely love this quiz."

The new show follows a completely different format to The Chase.

Six contestants answer questions in an attempt to build their pot of money.

There are four rounds on each episode and all six remain on the show until one escapes in the final round, with or without their cash.

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If they fail to escape, the contestants play again in the next episode.

Despite some viewers loving the show, the majority were wishing for The Chase to come back.

One moaned: "Cash Trapped? No-one liked that. We just want The Chase!"

While a second stated: "Fuming! Can't believe The Chase isn't on. Day ruined."

Cash Trapped continues tomorrow at 5pm on ITV

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