The Beast backed Chase star Paul Sinha when he warned trolls not to beat up his coworkers for mistakes in the new Beat The Chasers series.
Mark Labbett is back on the screens with The Sinnerman and the rest of the quizzers for the next week for another foray into the spin-off series.
And before the first episode aired, Paul used social media to remind viewers that “mistakes happen”.
What did Chase stars Paul Sinha and The Beast say on Twitter?
Paul stated that the chasers will have to make decisions “under emotional and time pressure,” while Mark admitted that the new series will contain some “absolute howls.”
The Sinnerman wrote, “Whatever happens in 2021, it’s important to remember an important thing.
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“Beat The Chasers involves making decisions under emotional and time pressure. Mistakes happen. “
The only way to avoid making mistakes is to do nothing. We all had some absolute howls 🙂
– Mark Labbett (@MarkLabbett) December 31, 2020
And Mark was mentioned in the responses where he agreed and said the only way to avoid making mistakes was to “do nothing”.
The Beast wrote to Paul, The Chase co-star, “The only way you can avoid making mistakes is by doing nothing. We all had some absolute howls. “
When will The Chase spin-off Beat The Chasers Series 2 be on TV?
Beat The Chasers will start this Sunday (January 3rd) at 9pm on ITV.
It airs all week, with one episode showing every night at 9 p.m. except on Saturday (December 9th) when the second episode of The Voice UK airs instead.
The second series of Beat The Chasers therefore ends next Sunday (December 10th).
What happens in Beat The Chasers?
The spin-off show, also hosted by Bradley Walsh, turns the ITV quiz show format on its head – a single player competes against multiple pursuers.
Paul’s warning to the trolls comes after a significant mistake the quiz champ made in the first series that shocked viewers at home.
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Fans defended The Sinnerman after answering the wrong question: “What gas makes the drink cherry bubbly?”
Paul, who hit his buzzer at lightning speed, said: “Coca-Cola!” Then he groaned when he realized his mistake.
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