ITV is summoning 'top quizzers' from Cheshire to be contestants on one of its biggest hitting telly quiz shows.

The channel has announced Jeopardy, hosted by national treasure, Stephen Fry, is set to return for a second season.

Production company, Whisper North, are actively seeking brainboxes to apply to be contestants on the legendary quiz through its website.

Applicants must be 18 or over, be legal residents in the UK, and must not be employed by the channel or have a close relative who is.

The closing date for applications is September 13, 2024, though they reserve the right to bring this forward if their quota is met early.

Whisper North say they’re particularly keen to recruit ‘quick thinking’ contestants due to the unique format of the quiz, where players are given clues in the form of answers, and it's up to the quizzers to come up with the question to win the point. 

A spokesman for Whisper North said: “Stephen Fry is back with another series of the legendary quiz show for ITV, Jeopardy.

“We’re currently on the hunt for top quizzers from across Cheshire, so we thought we’d see if any locals were up for applying.

"What are you waiting for?"