Stephen Mulhern is back with a second series of In For A Penny this month (March).
Star of stage and screen Stephen will once more be let loose in towns and cities across the UK challenging the Great British public to take part in a series of hilariously silly games.
Nowhere is safe as Stephen will pop up at a host of brand new locations all over the UK asking shoppers for a penny to take part - there is no contactless on this show.
The people of Great Britain beware, Stephen could be heading to your town with a host of new games including Diving Me Round The Bend, where contestants are tasked with perfectly parking in order to win a cash prize.
There's also You Are What You Eat will see Stephen blindfold two contestants before feeding one member of the pair an item of food from a menu for them to describe to their teammate without saying the name of it.
For example, if they are fed a cream eclair, they can’t mention the words cream or eclair. If the pair correctly guess the items, they will win their food order.
In ‘Check It Out’, Stephen is in a supermarket at the tills, where he presents unsuspecting shoppers with five items on the conveyor belt. If they can correctly guess whether all five item are more or less expensive than the previous item on the belt, Stephen pays for the entire contents of their trolley.
Plus, the world famous ‘stop watch game’ returns giving shoppers the chance to win £1,000.
Watch In For A Penny
In For A Penny series 2 airs Saturday nights at 8PM on ITV from March 28.
You can watch episodes online and catch up on the ITV Hub.
Stephen Mulhern said of the second series: “It’s humbling to know that people enjoyed watching the show as much as we enjoyed making it.
"We met some incredible people on the first series and I can’t wait to get back out on the streets of the UK meeting the great British public and challenging them to take part in some silly games.
"It’s the best job in the world.”
Ant & Dec, who co-created the format as part of Saturday Night Takeaway, added: “Another series? You've got to be kidding! That’s brilliant news because that means when he's out on the street filming this, he isn’t bothering us.
"Pennies at the ready Great Britain.”