What time is Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway on TV tonight?
THE Newcastle duo Ant and Dec are back for the nation's favourite weekend tv show, Saturday Night Takeaway.
Fans have been patiently waiting for the pair to return and finally they've returned to our screens.
What time is Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway on?
Saturday Night Takeaway is on at 7pm on ITV.
Like last year, this years series will be filmed without a live audience to follow social distancing guidelines.
This will be the 18th series of the duo's show which first aired in 2002.
How can I watch Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway on TV tonight?
Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway will be available to watch live on ITV.
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You can also catch it on ITV Hub and stream it live from there.
All episodes will be available on catch-up through the ITV Hub.
Who is appearing on the show in 2022?
Celebrity announcers are expected to return to the studio mic, such as Anna Maxwell Martin on Saturday, March 26.
A position which has previously been held by Gordon Ramsay, Rob Delaney, Alesha Dixon, Romesh Ranganathan and Pamola Faith.
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Along with Maxwell Martin, Michael Buble will feature Michael Buble taking on the stage for The End of the Show Show.
Meanwhile, after recovering from a medical procedure, Saturday Night Takeaway favourite Stephen Mulhern will host the And Versus Dec Challenge.
The series will once again feature big showbiz guests.
The first announcer for this series was world famous drag queen RuPaul with Drag Race UK winners also performing.
So far, Kylie Minogue, Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Hudson have all been identified as stars on the new series.
Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson was one of the celebrities pranked on the episode which aired on Saturday, February 19.
Many thought for this to happen after Clarkson posted about Ant and Dec vandalising his farm shop.
The game show will also feature high-octane challenges and unexpected hidden-camera set ups.
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Each episode will finish off with a spectacular stage performance by some of the country's biggest and best performers.
George Ezra is also another celebrity who is confirmed to make an appearance for The End of the Show Show.
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