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Chunkz to host new cooking show Bad Chefs

Ten terrible chefs who are addicted to takeaways will say no to the delivery apps and learn how to cook for the very first time. 

The rookie chefs will all live together and cook together in an attempt to turn chaos to calm in the kitchen.

Chunkz will oversee the cooking competition as the chefs face daily challenges and learn new skills. They will need to show their culinary prowess improving each week to avoid eviction and stay in the competition. 

Channel 4 announces new reality show with Jason Fox

Jason Fox (Credit: Channel 4)

Jason Fox will take part in a new challenge in an ambitious new three-part series commissioned by Channel 4 in association with Land Rover.

In each episode, Fox will be joined by a celebrity guest and take part in a series of high-octane challenges that have been uniquely designed for each celebrity, testing their physical and mental strength. 

Filmed in Wales, Fox will use the unique skills he has acquired from years of serving in the British special forces to push the celebrities to their limits.

Meet the Love Island 2021 contestants

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ITV has unveiled the line-up of the first contestants heading to Mallorca this summer.

Sharon Gaffka 

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Gaffka is a 25-year-old operations lead for the Department of Transport and lives in Oxford. 

Known as the most outrageous friend and the only single one in her friendship group, Gaffka has had enough of the single life and is ready to find 'The One'. 

James McAvoy set to narrate Channel 4’s The Bridge

The Bridge will bring together 12 total strangers who all need to work together and trust each other to try and win £100,000.

Brought to an idyllic lakeside in the British countryside, the 12 strangers have no idea about the challenge that awaits them but are ready and excited for an adventure.

The big money prize is just out of reach, 250 metres away from the contestants across the lake, so to reach the grand prize they have 20 days to build a bridge that will get them to the money.

Meet the famous faces of Celebs Go Virtual Dating

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Finding love can be hard at the best of times but finding love in the middle of a pandemic feels almost impossible, which is why celebrities Chloe Ferry, Pete Wicks, Levi Davis and Shaughna Phillips have turned to the Celebs Go Dating agents for professional help.

Dating agents Paul C Brunson and Anna Williamson will return, joined by their junior client coordinator Tom Read Wilson, ready to navigate the challenges of vetting love matches online and arranging exciting remote and socially distanced dates.

Dating show Eating With My Ex will return for a third series

Sam Bird with his ex (Credit: BBC)

The series sees ex-couples come together over a make or break meal to answer some awkward questions about their relationship in a bid to find out where it all went wrong.

The new ten-part series, made by Thames (part of Fremantle), will also feature four celebrity specials, where famous faces will reunite with their exes.

At the end of the meal, the exes will decide if they want to give things another go, or part ways for good.

Sound masterclass with Matt Bacon and Kate Davis

Matt Bacon and Kate Davis (Credit: Paul Hampartsoumian)

Davis received a Bafta nomination this year for her work on the BBC Four documentary Amy Winehouse: Back to Black. Bacon specialises in formatted and entertainment series such as Channel 5 reality show The Bachelor and the BBC’s Masterchef.