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The Traitors fans ‘disappointed’ by ITV rival show The Fortune Hotel – as they claim ‘budget’ version lacks suspense

THE Traitors fans have been left ‘disappointed’ as ITV launched its brand new rival show The Fortune Hotel.

The brand new show, which launched on Monday night, is presented by Stephen Mangan.

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THE Traitors fans have been left ‘disappointed’ as ITV launched its brand new rival show The Fortune Hotel[/caption]

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The brand new show, which launched on Monday night, is presented by Stephen Mangan[/caption]

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10 couples compete with one having a wad of cash in their brief case[/caption]

It sees a total of 10 couples with compete – with only one being armed with a briefcase containing the whopper cash prize.

Eight suitcases will be empty, with one containing the dreaded early checkout card, leading to elimination. 

Then begins the challenge in order to find which case the cash is in.

However just minutes into the mystery show viewers branded it a ‘disappointing’ copy of The Traitors before giving it a chance.

Flooding social media with comments, one said: “Thought I’d give #TheFortuneHotel a go and I’ve turned it off already. It’s like a cr*p Traitors knock off with the sort of contestants that you’d find on that awful trash that is Love Island.”

A second fumed: “Sorry but you’ve lost my respect you’re not original and just a copy cat of The Traitors which will ALWAYS be better. Yawn. Boring. Try better.”

“Well it’s just The Traitors with less clothes and weirder people right,” said a third.

While a fourth commented: “If the attempt at competing with The Traitors wasn’t so abysmal, I think the BBC would be sueing ITV.”

During the show the owners of the cash case – who are fully aware theirs is the prestigious lot – can lie and bluff in order to keep it hidden.

Viewers will be in the know throughout, witnessing their plans and strategies playing out on screen. 

Each episode of The Fortune Hotel ends with the nerve-shredding case swap in the Lady Luck bar, where each pair must decide whether to keep or swap their case.


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During the show the owners of the cash case – who are fully aware theirs is the prestigious lot – can lie and bluff in order to keep it hidden[/caption]

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