MICHAEL McIntyre’s The Wheel has been slammed by fans after it made its US debut.
The British game show, which is now on its third series here, failed to make an impression with viewers across the pond.
Hosted by comedian Michael, The Wheel sees three contestants try and win cash.
They’re guided by celebrities who are ‘experts’ in their chosen topic as the hopefuls answer general knowledge questions.
It debuted on NBC on Monday night, with 10 episodes scheduled to air Monday to Friday for two weeks.
But despite UK audiences enjoying the BBC show, US fans have slammed the production.
Taking to social media, viewers didn’t hold back as they shared their views.
“When compared to The Wall, this new game show is a joke. Hopefully, if it even makes it for 2 weeks, that’s the end of it,” said one.
Another said: “What are your thoughts on #NBCTheWheel? Did anyone genuinely enjoy it? It was incredibly too stale for me.”
“I don’t know what this show on @nbc is… #TheWheel? oh wait a minute… yes I do.. it’s boring, stupid, c**p,” said a third viewer.
While a fourth posted: “They spend more time d**king around with the wheel than playing the game. Two whole questions before the first commercial.”
Famous faces appearing the American version include Tony Hawk, Amber Riley, Clay Aiken and Margaret Cho.
Michael, 46, previously teased the show going Stateside as he said: “I’m bringing The Wheel to America on @nbc for the holidays! We’re getting started December 19 with over 50 celebrity guests! #NBCTheWheel.”
British viewers will get to see The Wheel next on Christmas Day at 6:25pm on BBC One.
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