The Chase’s Darragh Ennis reveals the toughest game show ever – and it’s bad news for ITV

THE Chase’s Darragh Ennis has revealed the toughest game show ever – and that’s bad news for ITV.

Darragh, 42, has been a Chaser on the show since 2020, having previously appeared on the show as a contestant in 2017.

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The Chase’s Darragh Ennis has revealed the toughest game show ever – and it’s bad news for ITV[/caption]

The Chase's Darragh Ennis reveals the toughest game show ever - and it's bad news for ITV
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Darragh thinks the BBC Two Only Connect show is the hardest[/caption]

Darragh also appeared on Rebound in 2015 as a contestant, and during an exclusive chat with The Sun Online, he revealed what other game show he’d like to participate in if allowed.

He said: “Connect only. I’m a nerd and I would love to do this. Others have done it and I would love to try.

“I love puzzle crossword puzzles and all that kind of stuff. I really like that it’s nearly impossible and it’s sweet and fun.

“I think it will be the hardest because it’s not just trivia, it’s not just knowledge, it’s also puzzles under time pressure.”

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He continued: “You have to be the kind of person who likes cryptic crossword puzzles and likes escape rooms and that’s exactly my kind of thing. So I would love that.

Only Connect first aired in 2008 on BBC Four before moving to BBC Two in 2014.

It’s hosted by Victoria Coren Mitchell and sees teams compete in a tournament to find connections between seemingly unrelated clues.

Meanwhile, The Chase has been on our screens since 2009, with the original two Chasers – Shaun Wallace and Mark Labbett – now rising to a total of six, with Darragh being the newest addition.

However, The Chase fans have been left frustrated after a major shake-up of the ITV schedule for the World Cup.

With fellow ITV quiz show Tipping Point, shows face a programming nightmare as the football competition unfolds in Qatar

From November 20 to December 8, the tournament will air on both ITV and the BBC – with game show schedules chaotic because of it.

The Chase is available on ITV Hub.

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