What time does The 1% Club start on ITV?

THE brand new game show on ITV will see 100 contestants be narrowed down to just one after a series of questions that only one per cent of people can answer.

After two years in the works, the show is finally ready to air on ITV – find out what time it goes live.

WhenWhat time does The 1% Club start on ITV?

The brand new ITV game show will air on Saturday, April 9 at 8.30pm.

The series has a total of eight episodes.

Once each episode has aired, it will then become available to stream via the ITV Hub.

How does The 1% Club work?

The game show will see 100 contestants be narrowed down to just one.

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They will be asked a series of questions – starting from one that 99 per cent of Brits would get right, down to only just one per cent of who would.

Each contestant will start with £1,000 and one free pass, but if they answer incorrectly, they are out and their grand goes into the prize pot.

This means the last contestant standing will take home £100,000.

As the questions get harder, the number of contestants falls, with only just one person who can be announced the winner of the 1% Club.

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Who appears on The 1% Club?

The 1% Club is open to anyone and everyone.

ITV said the series will allow everyone of all ages and backgrounds, because, unlike most quiz shows, you don't need to read up on general knowledge to do well. All you need is logic and common sense.

British presenter and comedian, Lee Mack will be hosting the series.

Speaking about the show, he said: “If, like me, your lack of general knowledge frustrates you when doing quizzes, then watch the 1% Club. That way, like me, you can instead be frustrated by your lack of logic.

"Great contestants, loads of cash to win, and guaranteed ‘I can’t believe you couldn’t work that one out Dad!’ moments to cause family disputes. I love it!”

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