Have I Got News For You is back with its brand new series tonight on BBC One from 9PM.
Episode 9 of the new series of Have I Got News For You will be hosted be comedian and actor Richard Ayoade.
He guest presents the final episode of the 57th series with TV presenter Richard Osman & comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean, who will appear as guest panellists alongside Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
It's the last of nine episodes, although earlier this month saw an episode being unexpectedly cancelled due to broadcast restrictions surrounding the upcoming European elections.
Have I Got News For You returns to BBC One on Friday 31st May at 9PM.
See the full list of episodes from Series 57 below...
Have I Got News For You 2019 episodes
Episode 1 (April 5) Guest host David Dimbleby and panellists Stacey Dooley and Henning Wehn join regular captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop.
Episode 2 (April 12) Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Alan Johnson, plus panellists Janey Godley and Tim Shipman.
Episode 3 (April 19) Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Steph McGovern and panellists Ash Sarkar and Josh Widdicombe.
Episode 4 (April 26) David Tennant guest hosts. Joining regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton as guest panellists are comedian Zoe Lyons and Johnny Mercer MP.
Episode 5 (May 3) The episode’s guest presenter was Katherine Ryan, with guest panellists and fellow comedians Andy Hamilton & Cariad Lloyd.
Episode 6 (CANCELLED) This cancelled episode’s guest host was Jo Brand, with guest panellists Heidi Allen MP & comedian Phil Wang.
Episode 7 (May 17) This episode’s guest host was Rhod Gilbert with guests comedian Tom Allen & broadcaster Emma Barnett.
Episode 8 (May 24) Guest host Victoria Coren-Mitchell with guest panellists, MP Jess Phillips and comedian Ahir Shah.
Episode 9 (May 31) The episode’s guest presenter will be Richard Ayoade with guest panellists, Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Richard Osman.
Watch Have I Got News For You online
The new series will run weekly on Friday nights from 5th April across 9 weeks, with the extended repeats, Have I Got A Bit More News For You.
You can stream and watch episodes online for free via the BBC iPlayer.