ITV’s The 1% Club inundated with complaints as fans fume over blunders

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ITV’s The 1% Club was flooded with complaints from viewers, with many making the same complaint about the TV show.

The new series of the Saturday night quiz show hosted by Lee Mack had many viewers enraged about the show’s production issues.

Many viewers raised concerns that they can’t see the questions to play along with at home.

Others shared that the answers were way too small for viewers to see at home.

Some also took issue with the show switching to the contestants too quickly.

Viewers flocked to Twitter, where they shared their criticisms.

One disgruntled viewer said: “Anyone watching The 1% Club and thinking why they can’t make the questions bigger so it’s easier to read."

Another user pointed out in a screen shot: “@ITV #The1PercentClub – How on earth are we meant to play along at home if we can’t read the questions? We do not need to see the audience or the host, we want to play along!”

A third enraged fan said: “Anyone watching the one percent club and thinking why they can’t make the questions bigger so it’s easier to read only 1% of people can see some of those questions.”

A fourth person added: “Almost every tweet about #The1PercentClub is about the annoying shrinking graphics. Please sort it out if there’s another series or develop an app so we can play along at home more easily. #frustrating.”

The show’s format sees 100 contestants begin every show but to make it to the end and win the top prize of up to £100,000, contestants must correctly answer a question only 1% of the country would get right.

Last month, ITV bosses revealed the new game show is to return for a second series.

Talking about the show, funny man Lee Mack shared: “Delighted to be back. Once again, I have been trusted to correctly give away up to one hundred thousand pounds with no mistakes. Good luck ITV.”

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