Summer Saturdays will get off to a raucous start as Channel 4’s seminal morning entertainment show The Big Breakfast bursts back on to our screens. Over four weeks on Saturday mornings in August the show will return
Mo Gilligan and AJ Odudu will reunite as hosts, reprising their RTS award-winning partnership on the show they hosted together for the Black to Front Project one-off special in September last year.
When it comes to breakfast telly, The Big Breakfast defies the rules. With its original riotous spirit and joyful energy the live two and a half hour show will see Mo and AJ joined bright and early by brilliant guests to dissect the hot topics of the day.
AJ Odudu said: “There really is nothing like The Big Breakfast on our screens. I loved hosting it last year and I am looking forward to being back at the house to kick off summer weekends on this now award-winning show.”
Mo Gilligan added: "I love being part of this incredible history making show. The whole team are so spectacular, and I have so much fun working with AJ - she’s one of the best in the business. And now a live summer series? LET’S GO!"
Phil Harris said: “Mo and AJ both have their own big primetime entertainment shows on Channel 4 with The Lateish Show and The Bridge, so it’s really exciting to be able to harness their combined power and brilliant chemistry to smash into the morning schedules once again”
Lee McNicholas, Creative Director, Lifted Entertainment said: "Bringing the Big Breakfast back with a bang last year was a real joy for all the team working on the show and RTS recognising the programme as best Entertainment show and Mo and AJ as Best Presenters was the icing on the cake. We're so excited to get the team together and bring the show back."
Vivienne Molokwu said: ”I genuinely believe that the Black To Front Project unearthed one of the best presenting double acts that telly has seen in sometime in bringing Mo and AJ together for The Big Breakfast so it’s absolutely no surprise that we’re reuniting them for more early morning madness and making them a regular staple of our summer schedule.”