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The hit Saturday night show will be back on screens in 2024 after a hugely successful run earlier this year which saw an average of 6.3m viewers across the series.

Made by Hungry McBear Media and filmed in front of a live audience at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, the entertainment extravaganza will be packed with superstar guests, incredible musical performances and a few extra surprises.

With Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel set to return to screens this Saturday, McIntyre has confirmed that he will be filming for the upcoming return of Big Show at the exact same time that The Wheel is on air.

In an exciting and stimulating first for the series, Michael will be driving up and down the country in his Wheel on Wheels, looking out for families who are watching his hit game show The Wheel on Saturday nights.

Once found households watching The Wheel, Michael will knock on doors and give families the chance to play along with The Wheel as they’re watching the episode play out on screen, offering the chance to win some impressive prizes.

Of the new segment, Michael McIntyre said: “I cannot wait to, literally, get the show on the road! I could be on your street on Saturday night, so make sure you're watching The Wheel and listen out for the doorbell!”

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.

Transmission details for Michael McIntyre’s Big Show will be announced in due course.


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