Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway returns to TV this month in 2017 but exactly when does it start?
Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway will begin its latest run very soon on ITV and the boys have big plans for the show.
When is Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway back on TV?
The exact start date for Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway has been confirmed now for Saturday, February 25 on ITV.
The episode will air for 90 minutes between 7PM and 8:30PM.
This year's series is expected to run for eight episodes.
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This year the Geordie duo will be joined by I'm A Celebrity winner and Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt, who doesn't know what she's got herself into.
"She reminded us of us when we were younger, like a female us – the same sense of humour – and we had to work with her," Ant told the Radio Times magazine at the National Television Awards.
Dec teased: "She’s got a very big role in the first show but we haven’t broken it to her yet. We’re going to have enormous fun with her."
Meanwhile, after last year's Who Shot Simon Cowell?' this year's series will see another all star whodunit called 'The Missing Crown Jewels' which will feature a host of household names.
The news follows Ant and Dec scooping three more NTAs including their SIXTEENTH gong for Best TV Presenters, as well as awards for Saturday Night Takeaway and I'm A Celeb.
It's perhaps no wonder that they've signed a renewed three year deal that will keep them on ITV for the next three years at least.
But as well as their staple shows, Ant and Dec have plans to branch out this year with some new projects.
"It was something completely different and we've hopefully got plans to do one or two things per year from now on that surprise us hopefully as much as the viewers," Ant explained. "We'd like to do a bit more comedy, and documentary as well, but that's something we'll pick on a show-by-show basis."