Cash Trapped - Netflix

Posted by Editor on Wed 26 June 2019

Cash Trapped is a quiz show with a genuinely unique twist: nobody leaves until somebody wins!

Hosted by and based on an original idea by Bradley Walsh, Cash Trapped sees six contestants battle it out across a series of fast paced question rounds that see them actively trying to sabotage their opponents. At the end of each episode, the player who's earned the most cash will take on the other five for the right to take their money home. If they succeed, then everyone else will leave empty-handed – so their opponents will be desperate to stop them. If they fail, everyone will remain Cash Trapped and all six contestants, and the cash they've won, roll over to the next episode. So one set of contestants could play for just one show, or keep coming back again and again, building money all the time.

Cash Trapped - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-08-01

Cash Trapped - Bradley Walsh - Netflix

Bradley John Walsh (born 4 June 1960) is an English actor, comedian, singer, television presenter and former professional footballer, known for his roles as Danny Baldwin in Coronation Street and the lead role of DS Ronnie Brooks in Law & Order: UK, as well as hosting ITV game shows The Chase and Cash Trapped. Walsh also hosts the annual Crime Thriller Awards and the Specsavers Crime Thriller Club on ITV3, he hosts the variety show Tonight at the London Palladium and is a team captain on the sports-themed panel show Play to the Whistle. In October 2017, the BBC announced that Walsh had been cast as a companion in the eleventh series of Doctor Who which will broadcast in late 2018.

Cash Trapped - Presenting - Netflix

Walsh hosted the British version of Wheel of Fortune, succeeding Nicky Campbell. After one series, he left the show and was replaced by John Leslie. On 9 September 2007, Walsh hosted the countdown 50 Greatest Stars Polls on ITV, in which people had to vote for their favourite polls on celebrities. Later that year, on 29 December 2007, Walsh hosted the countdown for the No. 1 Soap Fan on ITV. In August 2008, Walsh fronted his own ITV series entitled My Little Soldier, in which young contestants are required to do “grown-up things” such as travelling on their own by train. In November and December 2008, Walsh hosted another game show for ITV called Spin Star. In June 2009, Walsh became the presenter of ITV game show The Chase as well as the celebrity editions of the programme. The Chase has become very popular, beating rival BBC quiz show Pointless regularly. The show features contestants who take on the “Chaser” in a series of general knowledge quiz rounds. There have also been a number of series of celebrity versions of the show, also hosted by Walsh. Walsh hosted a pilot for an American version of The Chase in 2012. However, it was decided that Brooke Burns would host the show instead. Between 2010 and 2011, Walsh was the presenter of Saturday panel show Odd One In, with regular panellists Peter Andre and Jason Manford. Since 2012, Walsh has hosted the Crime Thriller Awards on ITV3. He also hosted the Crime Thriller Club on ITV3 in 2013. Walsh also narrated a one-off documentary for ITV called The Circus. In August 2014, Walsh hosted an ITV series called Come on Down! The Game Show Story, which looks back on the history of British game shows. On 26 October 2014, after two successful pilots, Walsh began hosting the first series of Keep It in the Family. He returned to host a second series in 2015. In 2014, Walsh presented an episode of Sunday Night at the Palladium. He returned to the show to present another episode in 2015. In 2016, he presented eight episodes of Tonight at the London Palladium, a spin-off from the Sunday night series. A second series began airing in April 2017. On 26 December 2014, Walsh hosted an entertainment special called A Christmas Cracker, filmed at the Hammersmith Apollo in London. In May 2016, Walsh guest presented an episode of The One Show with Alex Jones. In 2016, Walsh began presenting Cash Trapped, a daytime game show for ITV. A second series was aired in 2017.

Cash Trapped - References - Netflix