Here's a recap of Tipping Point: Lucky Stars 2020 episodes and celebrity line ups.
Hosted by Ben Shephard, the teatime game show is back on Sunday nights for a brand new celebrity series.
A raft of new famous faces will be taking on the iconic Tipping Point machine, filled with counters worth thousands of pounds in a game of knowledge, skill and tactics, for the chance of winning up to £20,000 for their chosen charity.
Tipping Point: Lucky Stars episodes
Episode 1 (September 13) featured comedy legend Paul Merton, TV star Sally Linsday and Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing.
Episode 2 (September 20) had football legend Michael Owen, Strictly host Tess Daly and funny man Hal Cruttenden.
Episode 3 (September 27) welcomed comedy favourite Joe Lycett, Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton and legendary cricket commentator Henry 'Blowers' Blofeld
Episode 4 (October 4) saw MasterChef’s Gregg Wallace, comedian Chris Ramsey and media star Vogue Williams.
Episode 5 (October 11) featured stars comedian Alex Brooker, Emmerdale actor Chris Bisson and reality star Joey Essex.
Episode 6 (October 18) starred Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark, comedian and actor Miles Jupp and TV personality Kerry Katona.
Episode 7 (October 24) saw Sky Sports Supremo Jeff Stelling, TV favourite Angela Rippon and funny man Matt Edmondson.
Episode 8 (November 1) features rugby legend Gareth Thomas, GMB presenter Ranvir Singh and comedian London Hughes.
Episode 9 (November 8) saw Ellie Taylor, Olympic boxing champion Anthony Ogogo and former Royal correspondent Jennie Bond.
Episode 10 (November 15) welcomed Catastrophe star Rob Delaney, cricket legend Graeme Swann and comedian Holly Walsh
Episode 11 (November 22) featured Coronation Street actor Daniel Brocklebank, comedian, Shazia Mirza and TV personality Gyles Brandreth.
Episode 12 (November 29) saw funny man Richard Herring, actor Joe McFadden and reality star Olivia Attwood.
Watch Tipping Point: Lucky Stars on TV and online
Tipping Point: Lucky Stars usually airs weekly on Sunday nights on ITV at 7PM.
As well as watch on TV you can watch episodes online and catch up via the ITV Hub.
The new series will have twelve episodes.
Apply to be on Tipping Point
If you want to take part in the show yourself, applications to be a contestant on Tipping Point are currently open.
ITV say: "Tipping Point is returning for a 12th series and we are on the lookout for contestants. We are searching for outgoing people who want the chance to win thousands of pounds by using a combination of skill and judgement to master the machine.?
You must be 18 or over in order to apply. To submit yourself, fill out on the form online here.