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Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway New Season Prmeiere | ITV | Sat 22 Feb 2020


The multi award-winning Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway returns live to ITV on Saturday 22nd February for the happiest ninety minutes of the week.

TV’s most popular duo are back with a whole host of new and exclusive features, guests, live surprises and outrageous stunts along with all of the Saturday Night Takeaway favourites that viewers know and love.

Undercover and I’m A Celebrity…Get Out Of Me Ear will both return for the new series with some of the biggest celebrities taking part.

The Place on the Plane giveaway, where viewers are given the chance to see the Saturday Night Takeaway finale abroad, will become the biggest ever giveaway on British TV. Ant and Dec will be seeing out the new series in style, live from an undisclosed location which will be revealed in the first show of the new series.

In addition, one lucky viewer in the first live show will receive a truly life changing surprise – the biggest Saturday Night Takeaway has ever given.

Ant and Dec are back on the case as super sleuths in a brand new mini-series. The duo are still members of ‘The Honoured’ charged with looking after Britain’s security and this time round they’ve been called in not just because Earth needs saving. There’s an intergalactic security issue! Ant and Dec will battle aliens and a secret race called The Squittarianuvians. Guest stars in the new series include Hugh Bonneville, Emily Atack, Amanda Holden, Richard Ayoade, Amber Gill, Paddy McGuinness, Simon Cowell with lots more celebrity surprises.

Stephen Mulhern will return, putting the boys through brand new high-octane Ant vs Dec challenges.

The boys will become two Pandas called Howai and Wayai at London Zoo in a new feature called Don’t Feed The Pandas. A realistic Panda enclosure was created at the Zoo as children along with their teachers visited the animals. Once the adults weren’t looking the Panda’s Howai and Wayai (Ant and Dec in realistic prosthetic costumes) started trying to persuade the kids to give them the Zoo keepers lunch – will the children believe that Pandas can actually talk?!

The Pussycat Dolls will join Ant and Dec in the first show of the new series performing some of their biggest hits in the legendary End of the Show Show with multi-award winning, international singing sensation Camila Cabello as the first Guest Announcer.

Expect high energy live entertainment from start to finish as Saturday night’s most feel good series returns to kick start the weekend with a bang.

Airdate: Saturday 22 February 2020 at 7.00pm on ITV.

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Eastenders 12 July 2022(BBC One)

Eastenders 15 February 2022: Tuesday on BBC One

Ben attempts to reach out to Callum, but will Callum be interested in what he has to say? Karen encourages Mitch to give his brother a chance. Kathy attempts to make things up to Peter.

The venerable soap opera focuses on the residents of the fictional London borough of Walford.

Residents of Albert Square in London’s East End deal with life, love and loss. The popular soap opera focuses on family relationships and a sense of belonging in the community, and has been known to tackle hard-hitting topics such as rape, racial prejudice, unemployment, euthanasia and homosexuality.

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Eastenders 13 July 2022(BBC One)

Eastenders 15 February 2022: Tuesday on BBC One

Kathy is at her wits’ end with Ben and Peter’s bickering, and it soon gets even worse. Kim goes to extreme lengths to keep Howie close, and Bailey and Bernie ambush Mitch about what’s going on.

The venerable soap opera focuses on the residents of the fictional London borough of Walford.

Residents of Albert Square in London’s East End deal with life, love and loss. The popular soap opera focuses on family relationships and a sense of belonging in the community, and has been known to tackle hard-hitting topics such as rape, racial prejudice, unemployment, euthanasia and homosexuality.

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Tennis: Wimbledon | BBC One 2 July 12:20pm

Tennis: Wimbledon | BBC One 2 July 12:20pm
Sue Barker and guests keep an eye out for shock upsets and heroic third-round encounters, as the tournament ends its first week with third round singles matches.

Coverage continues throughout the week on BBC One and BBC Two.

July 2 @ 12:20
12:20 — 17:00 (4h 40′)

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