Ex-EastEnders star Ross Kemp has announced he’s hosting a new BBC quiz show.
Called Bridge of Lies, Ross shared the news on Twitter.
And he got a little more than he expected when he called for candidates.
What did Ross Kemp say about the new series?
Ross shared a photo of himself on a flyer revealing details of the new show.
This confirmed the abandonment of actor and hard-hitting documentaries for trivia.
He said: “ALL NEWS. The Bridge of Lies trivia game is coming soon to @BBCOne.
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âInterested in getting involved? All the details you need are here, contact us ASAP as filming starts soon.
The show’s premise was also revealed in the post.
The flyer read: âThe Bridge of Lies is a brand new BBC One daytime quiz show hosted by Ross Kemp.
“Teams compete for money as they cross an interactive bridge of truths and lies.”
ALL NEWS. The Bridge of Lies trivia game is coming soon to @BBCOne. Interested in getting involved? All the details you need are here, contact us ASAP as filming starts soon ð Friends, family or colleagues can apply here: https://t.co/g1TCz2jkbb pic.twitter.com/JbzDldohMk
– Ross Kemp (@RossKemp) 28 October 2021
So how did fans react to the news?
It’s fair to say that they were divided over the news of the ex-EastEnders star’s career.
On Instagram, the comments were adorable, with fans saying the show “looked good.”
One of them commented: âVery interesting. “
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Meanwhile, another said: “It’s exciting, I can’t wait to watch, I know it will be good.”
However, on Twitter it was a very different story.
Ross Kemp fans lamented ordering another trivia game and responded to his post by telling him so.
“That’s all we need, another bloody quiz game!” Said one.
Meanwhile, another added, “Damn, how many quiz shows is on TV now!”
âIt’s getting as bad as the kitchen shows. “
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