Unbeatable is back for a second series on BBC Two with Jason Manford.
The general knowledge knockout competition sees players pit their answers against each other in a test of confidence.
Four players play solo and battle rounds, answering questions by picking from a board of six rankable answers.
If they decide to play it safe, they can earn £100 for each answer that beats another on the same board.
However, if they think they have picked the best possible answer they can press their unbeatable button.
If they are correct they win £1,000, but if they are wrong they win nothing.
At the end of three rounds, the one remaining player will be given the opportunity to double the money they have banked so far, but only if they believe their general knowledge is up to the challenge.
No matter what the outcome, host Jason Manford will be ready to lift the mood with a spontaneous fun joke.
Jason Manford commented: “What’s great about Unbeatable is that you can’t ever really look stupid on this show, because the answers are already on the screen - you just have to pick the best one. It’s a brilliant show to work on and this series is going to have people jumping up and down on their sofas and shouting at the telly!”
Unbeatable will start on BBC Two in September and then air on BBC One in autumn.