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2023: THE YEAR AHEAD IN ENTERTAINMENT

A look ahead at some of the entertainment shows airing in the year to come.



The Masked Singer, ITV1

Joel Dommett returns to his hosting duties as he gets ready to introduce a new batch of unbelievably bizarre and unique characters to the stage who will leave viewers baffled and bewildered as the attempt to identify which famous face is behind the mask.



Dancing On Ice, ITV1

Back for a sparkling new series, the greatest show on ice promises more glitz, glamour and show-stopping performances as the celebrities brave it all to learn this dangerous discipline. But who has what it takes to master the skill and steps and lift the trophy at the end of the series?


Saturday Night Takeaway, ITV1

TV’s most popular duo will bring the viewers at home and the live studio audience a host of new and exclusive features, live surprises, celebrity guests, returning favourites and outrageous stunts.



Starstruck, ITV1

International superstar Shania Twain is a five-time GRAMMY winner and one of music’s most renowned trailblazers. With five albums released and more than 100 million albums sold worldwide, Twain remains the top-selling female country pop artist of all time.


Mamma Mia! I Have A Dream, ITV1

MAMMAMIA! I Have a Dream will search for two ingénues to play the roles of Sophie and Sky in MAMMAMIA! in London’s West End, as characterised by Amanda Seyfried and Dominic Cooper in the two films.



The Voice UK, ITV1

In the search for the next singing sensation - Anne-Marie, Olly Murs, Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am - have once again assumed their roles as the superstar Coaches and returned to their seats in the most iconic chairs on television. Much-loved television presenter Emma Willis returns as host, and will once again preside over all of the action.


Gladiators, BBC One

The much loved Saturday night staple will be back with an 11-episode series, made by Hungry Bear Media and MGM Television UK, and will welcome a brand new generation of superhumans who will compete against contestants in the ultimate test of speed and strength.


The 1% Club, ITV1

The 1% Club sees each contestant start with £1000 but an incorrect answer knocks them out of the game and their grand goes into the Prize Pot. Every episode begins by asking a question that 90% of the country got right proceeding to ask questions that smaller and smaller percentages answered correctly.



Strictly Come Dancing, BBC One

Join Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman as fifteen brand new celebrities will perform live to impress both you at home and the Strictly Come Dancing judges.


The Traitors, BBC One

The Traitors is an intense psychological game in which players must decide who they can trust. In each episode, the players work together to complete spectacular physical and mental missions. If they are successful, they add money to a prize pot. But to win the prize pot, players must survive to the end of the game – they must avoid being ‘murdered’ or ‘banished’.


Next Level Chef, ITV1

The eight-part series, broadcasting in January 2023, is set in an iconic and trailblazing TV studio like no other, with three unique kitchen spaces set across three storeys and almost 50ft high.



Gordon, Gino And Fred: Road Trip, ITV1

Gordon, Gino and Fred will once again be battling it out for supremacy in everything from driving to cooking, jamón tasting and flamenco dancing, to some of their most extreme high adrenaline activities yet


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