Ross Kemp presents the daytime quiz show where a team of four take on the Bridge Of Lies.
According to reports by Broadcast, the show has scored a second series on BBC One. It's been renewed alongside other daytime quizzes such as Unbeatable with Jason Manford and The Tournament with Alex Scott.
In Bridge Of Lies, each team member one-by-one all face the Bridge, choosing who faces each crossing depending on the question category.
Each Bridge crossing has 32 potential steps, including 22 truths and 10 lies.
They must cross the Bridge by stepping on the truths and avoiding the lies, earning money for each correct answer. Step on a lie and the Bridge will halve their money, step on three lies and they are out of the game. There is always a safe path across the Bridge – they just have to find it.
Once the team have each faced the Bridge on their own, those who have been successful will join forces to face the final crossing for a chance to take home the cash.
Filmed in Glasgow and featuring teams of contestants from across the UK, Bridge of Lies is produced by STV Studios (makers of Catchphrase) and was commissioned by Alex McLeod and Neil McCallum for BBC Daytime as part of a competitive initiative to find new quiz formats made in Scotland.
Bridge Of Lies continues weekdays at 4:30pm on BBC One and iPlayer.