ITV unveils its Fall time Saturday entertainment slate

The catalog includes the return of  "The Masked Dancer," "The Voice UK," Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" and "Ninja Warrior Race For Glory."

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ITV confirmed its slate of returning formats featured in its Autumn content slate. "The Masked Dancer," "The Voice UK" and "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" are all set to return on ITV and ITV Hub from Saturday 3rd September, with "Ninja Warrior Race For Glory" making its long awaited return later in the month. 

“We have jam packed our September Saturday night schedule with the very best in unmissable ITV entertainment, with something for everyone to get households playing along, guessing along and singing along throughout the Autumn months," Katie Rawcliffe, Head of Entertainment Commissioning at ITV, said. 

The eight part second series of "The Masked Dancer" debuts at 6:30pm, featuring new celebrity detective Peter Crouch joining Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall and Oti Mabuse on the panel. Joel Dommett returns to host the compelling TV guessing game. The Voice UK (Lifted Entertainment, part of ITV Studios) then follows at 8:00pm, as superstar coaches will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones, Anne-Marie and Olly Murs reunite with host Emma Willis in the search for the next vocal superstar. 

Jeremy Clarkson then presides over another series of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire." The Sony Pictures format produced by Stellify Media is scheduled to debut from 9:30pm, showing contestants as they take the hot seat in a bid to win a life changing seven figure sum. The series will also feature winners from brand new daytime series Fastest Finger First, hosted by Anita Rani. Meanwhile, RuPaul Charles fronts a seven part series of "Celebrity Lingo," by Triple Brew Media, part of Objective Media Group from Sunday 4th September at 6:30pm, as famous faces go head-to-head in the fast-paced word play game, vying to fill in the blanks and find the missing words.

From Saturday 10th September, viewers will then see "Ninja Warrior UK Race For Glory" (Potato) back in action, as the toughest series on TV gets tougher. Ben Shepherd, Rochelle Humes and Chris Kamara resume their presenting duties in the eight part series. 

 

We have jam packed our September Saturday night schedule with the very best in unmissable ITV entertainment, with something for everyone to get households playing along, guessing along and singing along throughout the Autumn months.” Katie Rawcliffe Head of Entertainment Commissioning, ITV Studios

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