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A look at some of the entertainment shows still air this year.

Strictly Come Dancing, BBC One

Get ready to staaaaart dancing! Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present NTA and Bafta award-winning Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One.

Blankety Blank, BBC One

Produced by Thames, a Fremantle label, Blankety Blank (10 x 35’), will once again be hosted by the incomparable Bradley Walsh, who will guide a panel of celebrities and contestants over multiple rounds, as they compete to win a range of…unique prizes!

Gladiators, BBC One

Hosted by Bradley & Barney Walsh, 16 phenomenal Gladiators will compete in a series of brand new challenges alongside classic games against a brave set of contenders in the ultimate test of strength and speed in the most iconic sports entertainment gameshow returning to BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

Picture Slam, BBC One

Picture Slam, hosted by Alan Carr, will see three teams face a series of pictures and each picture is worth cash. The more they can name the more they win, but for the big money they need to name them ALL, and if they do that, they’ve got a Picture Slam!

This is the fast paced game that asks do you know your Eiffel Tower from your Blackpool Tower? Your Victoria Beckham from your Victoria Sponge and your Buckingham Palace from your Crystal Palace? Across four thrilling rounds, contestants will need to know something about everything to try and win up to £10,000!

The Weakest Link, BBC One

The Weakest Link, made by BBC Studios Entertainment (12 x 60’), will be back with Romesh Ranganathan at the helm in TV’s favourite back-stabbing big money game show. Another all-star line-up of celebrity contestants will attempt to win up to £50,000 for charity by answering general knowledge questions before only two remain and play head to head to determine the winner.

The Wheel, BBC One

Michael McIntyre’s smash-hit game show The Wheel (10 x 60’) will return and is guaranteed to be packed full of edge-of-the seat jeopardy, hilarious laughs, huge stars and Michael’s colossal spinning Wheel. Can the contestants, guided by a brand new batch of celebrity experts, answer their way to a fortune?

Deal Or No Deal, ITV1

With new host Stephen Mulhern, the series will be produced by Remarkable Entertainment (a Banijay UK company) and see contestants battle it out against the notorious Banker to be in with a chance of winning a life-changing cash prize, in a nail-biting game of nerves and intuition.

The Voice UK, ITV1

The Voice returns this series with superstar coaches; Anne-Marie, Olly Murs, Will-i-am and the legend Tom Jones, and they kick things off in style with a never before seen coach performance extravaganza on a rooftop in may have been cold, but the fireworks kept them warm!

Mamma Mia: I Have A Dream, ITV1

The earch for two ingénues to play the roles of Sophie and Sky in MAMMA MIA! in London’s West End, as characterised by Amanda Seyfried and Dominic Cooper in the two films. Throughout the series, musical theatre hopefuls will be put through their paces as they navigate their way through challenges, masterclasses, and performances.

The Great British Bake Off, Channel 4

Alison Hammond will join fellow presenter, Noel Fielding and judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood in the famous tent for the next series of The Great British Bake Off, which will air on Channel 4 later this year. No stranger to the famous white tent, Alison previously appeared as a baker in 2020 for Celebrity Bake Off, but this time around she’ll welcome the Class of ‘23 to the nation’s best loved baking show from the other side of the counter.


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