The Chase stars reveal what it’s really like to be a chaser on the ITV show


The Chaser stars have revealed what it’s like to be a Chaser on ITV’s hit quiz show.

Six quiz geniuses have revealed how they prepare for the ITV show and what it’s like working with their smart co-stars.

The Chasers reveal what preparations are like for the show


The Chasers reveal what preparations are like for the showCredit: ITV
Presenters Bradley Walsh and Sean Wallace, Anne Hegarty, Mark Lovett, Jenny Ryan and Darragh Ennis.


Presenters Bradley Walsh and Sean Wallace, Anne Hegarty, Mark Lovett, Jenny Ryan and Darragh Ennis.Credit: ITV

The Chase’s professional team includes Mark Lovett, aka The Beast, who has been a fixture on the quiz show since his debut season in 2009, and barrister Sean Wallace, aka “The Dark Destroyer” and “Legal Eagle.” It is made up of six veteran quiz writers. .

Ann, who was called The Governess, joined the pair in season two, with Paul Sinha from ‘The Sinnerman’ being brought in two series later.

Vixen, aka Jenny Ryan, debuted on the show in season 9, and Darragh ‘The Menace’ Ennis, who originally appeared as a previous contestant, took over as the Chaser in season 13.

The Chase, which draws an impressive 3.5 million viewers per episode, sees six quiz contestants take turns battling teams of four from the general public to defeat the Chaser and walk away. You will be given a chance to answer a series of general knowledge questions correctly. With prize money.

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Barrister Sean has revealed that he works two jobs. He says “it’s not hard to juggle the two” because “they are completely different things”.

Regarding what part of the show he finds the most difficult, he said: daily star: “It’s nothing, but it’s a lot of fun. I’ve been doing it for 14 years.

“As a lawyer, I use my transferable skills to think for myself, research, and fearlessly answer questions.”

But the stars also revealed how extensive research goes into preparing for the general knowledge quiz show.

Sean explained: “We always have to keep ourselves modern. I do about two hours of research every day.”

Mr. Darragh added, “We do quiz competitions about five times a week, and in addition to that we usually do quiz competitions for about an hour a day.”

When Lorraine’s Christine Lampard asked Anne about her preparations for the 2019 show, she revealed:

“Saturday, I was at a quiz in Hartford.

“Next Saturday I will be taking part in another quiz in central London and I know I will be surrounded by other quiz takers who will all be sitting there writing papers.

“So, I participate in the American online league every morning. So there are quizzes most days, most days of the week, of course.”

She added, “There’s a quiz website where you play a game called Sporcle.”

Jennie previously pointed out to the Daily Mail that all of her co-stars have a “panto villain” vibe, but insisted she too has prepared hard for the show and is always up to date with the latest news.

Regarding preparation for the show, she also said: metro: “So I don’t have the traditional way of learning quiz facts like my colleagues at The Chase do. They like to read about things and it sticks, but I I like to participate in

“So I’m going to consume media, like what’s new on Netflix, where they’re reading Wikipedia articles, and I’m watching Netflix.

“They read about the pop charts, I listen to the pop charts, and honestly, the best way to learn something is to get quizzed on it.

“So I’m learning as I work, and I’m learning as I work.”

In an interview with Debbie McGee on BBC Radio Berkshire, Paul revealed: “I decided in 2008 that I wanted to be a good quizzer and three years later the opportunity to become a chaser came along. So what a decision!”

“You know, all work is work, even entertainment.

“They’re hard work, and they’re not necessarily as loud and fun as viewers see, but they’re still dream jobs.”

“I can’t imagine a more enjoyable job,” he added.

of daily star I previously asked Mark about the process of filming episodes of the show, and he said, “We shoot three shows a day, and we usually shoot four days a week.

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“We do over 200 shows a year, but next year we will be down to 160.”

The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV1 and ITVX

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‘The Chase’ to appear at National Television AwardsCredit: Getty
Contestants will compete against Chasers for a chance to win prize money


Contestants will compete against Chasers for a chance to win prize moneyCredit: ITV

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