MICHAEL McINTYRE'S BIG SHOW: BBC MAKE BILLING CHANGES TO EPISODES
BAFTA award winning comedian Michael McIntyre returns with a brand-new series of his Big Show, for an unmissable night of family entertainment filmed at London's prestigious Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Celebrities will start to get nervous as fan favourites Send to All and The Midnight Gameshow will return. Last series saw Rylan Clarke, Alison Hammond, Jermaine Jenas and Jonathan Ross amongst others hand over control of their phones, who will let Michael scroll through their handset this time?
If they snooze, they lose as sleepy celebs across the UK and beyond could be in for a rude awakening as Michael will be waking up more famous faces in the middle of the night to play the hilarious Midnight Gameshow. There will also be more incredible audiences surprises including amazing performances from the Unexpected Star of the Show.
The BBC have made various billing changes to episodes this series. Originally, episode 1 was to feature comedian Joe Lycett playing Send To All, Bradley Walsh on the Midnight Gameshow and a performance by Beverley Knight.
However, last week the episode was swapped last minute to what was originally the second episode, with the episode featuring Joe Lycett to air this weekend (20th January). However, this has changed again.
This Saturday will now feature comedian Katherine Ryan playing Send To All. TV Zone understands Joe Lycett's feature will air later in the series. This weekend will still see Bradley Walsh play the Midnight Gameshow, plus a performance from Beverley Knight, meaning items from different episodes have been stitched together.
Keep an eye on the changing audience throughout the episode...
Michael McIntyre's Big Show airs Saturdays at 6:50pm on BBC One.