Take Me Out 2019 is back tonight - what time does it start and what can we expect?
The most successful Saturday night dating show returns for its eleventh series this weekend.
Once again hosted by master matchmaker Paddy McGuinness, a brand new line up of dating hopefuls are looking for love.
Take Me Out 2019 air date
Take Me Out 2019 starts TONIGHT - Saturday, October 26 on ITV - as a new group of flirty thirty single ladies take up their places behind the iconic podiums.
The first of seven episodes will air from 7.15PM to 8.20PM before continuing weekly on Saturday nights.
Take Me Out 2019 spoilers
In tonight's first episode (October 26), in the love lift tonight hoping for a date to the Isle of Fernandos are body-building stripper James, farmer Berty, gymnast Raymond and Scarlett Moffatt’s ex-boyfriend, Lee Wilkinson.
Sharing details about who else will head down the love lift in future episodes, Paddy teased: "We’ve also got one lad who has struggled to find love because he has his ex-girlfriend’s name tattooed on him. That got a bit awkward and it doesn’t do him any favours with the girls after he mentions that!
“One guy likes to pluck his eyebrows and eat them. That was weird and made me gag. So there’s plenty of weird, trust me.”
Meanwhile, 2019 will see a change with the boys having to come up with date ideas when they head off to the Isle of Fernando's.
The new series will also feature two specials - one themed on the 80s and another featuring singletons from the emergency services.
Paddy explained: "The first one is an emergency services special, so it's an episode full of firefighters, police and ambulance workers.
"All the girls work within the emergency services and all the lads coming down the lift do as well. We thought it'd be a nice idea to celebrate them all and everything they do."
He added: "We have done an over-50s special in the past, but this is the decade. It's celebrating the 80s, so I've gone back to my Miami Vice days. I'll be in a white suit with a pastel vest and all the girls will have big hair.
"The music and everything about the show will be 80s. I'm really looking forward to that, it'll be a lot of fun."
Watch Take Me Out online
At the time of writing, series 7 to 10 of Take Me Out are available to catch up for free (for UK viewers) via ITV Hub.
Check out the episode guide here with a run down of every single episode available to play.