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Sally Lindsay to share Tenable hosting duties with Warwick Davis

Sally Lindsay Tenable episodes start date confirmed

Sally Lindsay tenable

Sally Lindsay is to join Warwick Davis as host of ITV game show Tenable.

Sally will front upcoming new episodes from 12 April 2021, splitting hosting duties with current presenter Warwick.

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She said: "I’m a huge fan of Tenable and am delighted I’m able to share the presenting responsibilities with Warwick.

"The demands of his workload meant that he wasn’t able to record every show in the series."

Revealing Warwick's words of advice as she prepares to takeover, Sally continued: "He said just be in tune with the people, it is the public who make this show what it is."

As for her own chances at the game, Sally confessed: "I think Tenable is one of the tough ones, it really takes no prisoners. So I'm not sure how I would do to be honest.

"If Carry On films came up or sit-coms or light entertainment of the 80s I may be in with a chance!"

Tenable airs weekdays at 3PM on ITV and ITV Hub.

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ITV say of the new series: "This time around Warwick Davis shares hosting duties with Sally Lindsay.

"The well-known star of stage and screen takes over the presenting reins for 25 episodes of the hit ITV daytime series - the show in which teams of five must answer top 10 list questions for the chance to win a whopping jackpot of £125,000."

Tenable first launched on ITV in 2016 and has aired five series to date together with a Celebrity spin-off.

Teams of five take part, giving as many answers as possible to questions that have ten answers, e.g. 'Top Ten Selling Beyoncé Singles'.

In each of the first five rounds, one player takes part and must give at least five correct answers to a question to add £1,000 to the prize pot. Giving all ten correct answers adds £25,000 to the prize fund.

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In the final round, the remaining contestants are given one final question and must each answer in turn to give all ten answers to win their accumulated jackpot - up to £125,000.

You can catch up with the latest episodes online now via the ITV Hub here.

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