House of Games viewers 'switch off' as they beg Richard Osman for show shake-up

HOUSE of Games viewers were left switching off just minutes in to the most recent episode.

Richard Osman presides over four new famous faces each week on the popular BBC show – but viewers aren't happy about one fine detail.

Each week, a group of celebrities go toe-to-toe in testing their general knowledge skills in a variety of entertaining games.

The line-up for this week's run of Osman's game show saw Mark Watson and Josie Lawrence, Raj Bisram and Laura Whitmore have their general knowledge tested.

However, those tuning in were peeved at the fact that they had no idea who some of the celebrities were.

Taking to Twitter, one person directed their a message at the man himself, writing: Come on, Richard. We need new episodes."


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Echoing their need for new instalments, someone else said: "I can't stand the quality of the guests that are on House of Games. I've got no idea who these 'celebrities' are."

While a third remarked: "When you can't stand one player so you can't watch an entire week of House of Games…"

It's not the first time that the show has come under intense scrutiny.

Just last month, one person questioned: "Anyone else finding all of these people incredibly f***ing annoying?"

A fellow viewer replied: "Yes, constant noise between rounds and questions."

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Just last week, Osman took addressed his 1.1million followers on Twitter as he posted a picture with the likes of Jamie Laing in focus.

He wrote: "Had fun last week filming lots of new episodes of House of Games including some brilliant Champions' Specials. They'll be on TV as soon as they're all edited."

House of Games is available to watch on BBC One and the BBC iPlayer.

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