Bradley Walsh has described the new series of Beat The Chasers as "sensational".
The new series - starting this weekend - will be the first to feature all six chasers together for the first time after illness forced Paul Sinha to sit out the last series.
A new twist will also see contestants given so-called "Super Offers" if they manage to answer all five questions correctly in the cashbuilder round.
"These are the best in the business, all six Chasers are at the top of their game and to see them all work together was sensational," said Walsh. "Their knowledge is just incredible.
"But Beat The Chasers means they have to work differently - it's something to behold watching those minds tick over at speed; both to get the answer and not get in the way of a teammate."
Talking about the new Super Offers, he added: "The feeling in the room when there's huge sums like that on offer is something else.
"Without a doubt this is the biggest series and the biggest challenge but with the chance of the biggest reward!"
Beat The Chasers returns to ITV on Saturday at 8.30pm.