The Last Leg is going back to its roots for the Paralympic Games this August with The Last Leg of Tokyo 2020.
After the pandemic delayed the Tokyo Paralympic Games for a year, Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe will present The Last Leg of Tokyo live every day at 10pm on Channel 4.
The trio will report from the BT Studios in the heart of the London Olympic Village in Stratford, discussing the biggest news and sporting stories of the day.
Comedian Rosie Jones, who originally started her TV career as a researcher for The Last Leg during the 2016 Paralympic Games, will act as a roving reporter.
Each episode will feature a special guest and friends and family of the Paralympians, who will join the boys live in the studio.
There will be a direct connection to Tokyo, bringing the show live links and interviews with the competitors and medal winners.
Keen to join in on the fun, the boys will have their own mini-Paralympic games, with Widdicombe and Brooker representing Great Britain and Hills representing Australia.
Across three days they will compete in 12 different sports including, wheelchair tennis, blind running, archery, wheelchair volleyball, kayaking, swimming, blind cycling and more.
The Last Leg of Tokyo 2020 begins on 24 August at 10pm on Channel 4.