The viewers demand a second series

ITV show The Chasers Road Trip ended last night and viewers are calling for another series.

When the quiz show The Chase was spin-off, brainboxes Anne Hegerty, Mark Labbett and Shaun Wallace traveled the world to test their minds against children, animals and other unlikely opponents.

During the last of the three episodes, the trio was in Japan to catch up on advances in artificial intelligence.


The trio dealt with robots that can play table tennis and solve complex puzzles (Credit: Boundless Productions / ITV).

What did ITV viewers say about The Chasers Road Trip?

On Twitter, viewers praised the “brilliant” episode and the entire series – and asked for more.

One said, “Can we have a second series, please? #chasersroadtrip. ”


Viewers are dying to see a second series (Credit: Boundless Productions / ITV).

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Another wrote: “#ChasersRoadTrip this series was way too short, enjoyed it very much, PLEASE MORE AS FAST AS POSSIBLE.”

I really enjoyed that, insightful, fun and love your mood. Another series at some point?

A third tweeted: “Loved #chasersroadtrip, so nice to see @MarkLabbett and @TheShaunWallace take care of the lovely @anne_hegerty. Great TV, another series please. “

Someone else said, “@MarkLabbett @TheShaunWallace @anne_hegerty Thanks for #chasersroadtrip – really enjoyed that, insightful, fun and love your vibe. Another series at some point? “

ED! contacted ITV for comment.

What happened in the last episode of the series?

During the third episode, The Governess, The Beast, and The Dark Destroyer checked into a hotel operated entirely by robots.

Anne got onlookers in stitches when she showed little patience for some of the strange gadgets in her hotel room, including a bizarre furry pillow that had a tail and purred when stroked.

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They also tried an incredible robot that was programmed for table tennis.

And to celebrate Japanese culture, Anne wowed in a traditional geisha outfit while Mark Labbett undressed to try his hand at sumo wrestling.


The quizzes had traveled to Japan for the last episode (Credit: Boundless Productions / ITV)

On the first episode of the program, the trio went across the Atlantic to meet some incredibly clever animals, including bonobos, orangutans, and dolphins.

In the second they played against three child geniuses and lost all three quizzes.

They also learned more about how sleep affects the brain.

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