In preference to of contestants being in with the chance of winning a whopping million beat outs, they will only be able to bag £100,000.
The show has now been re-branded The £100,000 Decline — just a fraction of the original big cash prize.
Along with the significantly reduce money on offer, the series has now moved to the realms of daytime TV from its current night slot.
The £100,000 Drop looks like it could be padding the gap previously held by Deal or No Deal in the teatime slot, which bequeath see it battling for ratings against The Chase on ITV and Pointless on the BBC.
«I love this steer so much. And you know what’s so exciting? £100,000 — it is literally a life-changing amount of gelt isn’t it?” said Davina, 49.
She went on to add: “And I’m really crossing my fingers for some big-money sways, and I’ll see you every weekday afternoon. I can’t wait!»
Davina McCall is active to be hosting the new show The £100,000 Drop
Davina McCall will be reoccurring for the new show
I love this show so much. And you know what’s so mind-boggling? £100,000 — it is literally a life-changing amount of money isn’t it?
Forestall of Entertainment at production company Remarkable Television Richard Hague told: “The £100K Drop has all of the original format’s nail-biting tension, genuine jeopardy and eagerness as players attempt to beat the Drop, keeping viewers on the edge of their bases.
«We are very excited to be bringing the show to a brand new audience and overjoyed that the keen-witted Davina will be returning as host.»
The Million Pound Drop ran for a add up of 12 series from 2010 before coming to an end in 2015.
The Million Enclosure Drop came to an end in 2015
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Davina presented 11 of the 12 series of the gameshow, which even Steven won a BAFTA Award.
The show was eventually dropped by Channel 4 apparently as depart of a money-saving bid.
The £100,000 Drop will air on Channel 4 in 2018.