The Hit List returns to BBC One for new series – apply now!

The Hit List will return to BBC One with a new series – and applications are open now.


Hosts Rochelle and Marvin Humes will be back for brand new episodes in 2023.

They’ll preside over pairs of contestants as they try and name hit songs and artists from the last seven decades as quickly as possible, plus will of course once again be inviting viewers at home to play along too and shout their answers at the telly.

As ever, competing contestants will be vying to show off their music knowledge and make it all the way to the final chart rundown to be in with a chance of walking away with £10,000. But can they tell their Beastie Boys from their Spice Girls when there’s a possible cash prize at stake?

You can apply now to be a contestant in the next series on the BBC website here.

You must be at least 18 and the closing date for applications is 22 February 2023.

Hosting duo Marvin and Rochelle Humes said “We’re back! Honestly, we can’t believe that we are now onto our SIXTH series!

“We have the best time hosting the show together and once again we have not only the regular series but some great celebrity and brilliant themed episodes up our sleeves as well – we can’t wait to get stuck in for even more Saturday night play-along fun!”

Karen Smith, Executive Producer of The Hit List, added: “Tuesday’s Child Scotland are thrilled to get our sixth series of The Hit List commissioned.


“Could this be the season that sees our winners finally claim the full £10,000 prize money in TV’s most nerve-shredding end game? It can be done, but will it be done? We have a fabulous celebration sequence ready if the big moment arrives!”

For now, you can catch up with recent episodes from the series on BBC iPlayer here.

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