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ITV renews Ant & Dec’s Limitless Win

Presented by Geordie duo Ant & Dec, the first was the channel’s biggest brand-new entertainment series since The Masked Singer, with 6.1 million viewers tuning in for the premiere.

The format broke new ground with its never-ending money ladder, which dangled the world's first unlimited jackpot in front of contestants.

The first two episodes alone saw big wins as NHS workers Will and Kathryn took home £500,000, and father and son Tony and Zee winning £250,000.

ITV announces new quiz show spin-off Fastest Finger First

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Presented by Anita Rani, Fastest Finger First will give contestants a chance to win a prize money can’t buy, a guaranteed place on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire...? and the possibility of winning a million pounds. 

Every year, so many people apply to be on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire…? that getting onto the show is a win in itself.

The new show will see five contestants take it in turns to try and get as high as possible up the question ladder.

Oti Mabuse to host new musical dating show Romeo & Duet for ITV

The Strictly Come Dancing professional will preside over musical matchmaking, with singletons standing on a beautiful balcony while being serenaded by suitors they can hear but not see.

They will have just one song to entice the singleton down from the balcony, and only then will they meet face-to-face.

If successful, the newly matched couples will then go on a duet-date to learn a duet to perform in a battle against all the other couples upon their return. Only one couple will be crowned winners.

ITV release promo for Ant and Dec’s new quiz show Limitless Win

The duo’s first new series in over 10 years will revolve around “the world’s first limitless money ladder.”

Contestants climb the ladder with every question they correctly answer. They will also need to do so to bank the cash.

It is a recipe for jeopardy that is hinted at in the dramatic promo which sees Ant and Dec reacting with shock and horror for reasons as yet unknown.

Kate and Koji to return for a second series

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The new six-part series will see the return of Kate (Brenda Blethyn) and Koji, who will now be played by Okorie Chukwu as he takes over the role from Jimmy Akingbola.

Blake Harrison and Barbara Flynn will reprise their roles as ‘Medium’ and Councillor Bone. 

Written and created by Guy Jenkin and Andy Hamilton, the comedy tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a working-class woman who owns a café near the seaside and an asylum-seeking African doctor.

Production on the second series was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic but can now move forward. 

Meet the campmates taking part in I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here 2021

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Looking to be crowned King or Queen of the castle, the celebrities will undertake gruelling trials and exhilarating challenges to win food and treats, with Ant & Dec helming the hosting duties once again.

The ten celebrities taking part in this year's series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! are:

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ITV announces their Climate Action Week

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The Climate Action Week will take place from November 1st to coincide with the COP26 talks in Glasgow and will be broadcast across regional and network bulletins and digital channels.

ITV News will provide viewers with coverage before during and after the COP26 conference, building on their long-running Earth on the Edge series, which examines the impact of climate change in the UK and internationality.  

The Voice is set to return to ITV in 2022

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The talent competition will welcome back Anne Marie, Olly Murs, Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am as the formidable coaches. 

Back in their famous spinning chairs, the coaches will be looking for the next singing superstar, with the winner securing a record contract with Universal’s label UMOD. 

Emma Willis will return as the host, as more amateur singers look for fame as the next singing sensation.