This is My House returns to BBC One this week for its second series – here’s all you need to know!
This is My House sees four people walk into a home and say, “This Is MY House”. The catch, only one of them is telling the truth.
A panel of celebrities are tasked with sussing out which “homeowner” is telling the truth and which are the actors.
The guessing game debuted last year and now the BBC has announced an extended second series of 10 episodes.
This is My House start date
The second series of This Is MY House will begin on Friday, 10 June at 8:30PM on BBC One.
Series 2 will see broadcaster Richard Madeley and comedian and presenter Judi Love will appear on the celebrity panel across the series.
They will be joined by regular panellists, comedians Harry Hill, Harriet Kemsley and Joel Dommett, together with a revolving cast including: Team GB Paralympian, Kadeena Cox; writer and presenter, Katie Piper; rapper, MIST; TV and radio presenter, Nick Grimshaw; TV personality and presenter, Scarlett Moffatt, Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder and comedians Chris McCausland, Fathia El-Ghorri, Kiri Pritchard-Mclean, Nabil Abdulrashid and Sindhu Vee.
The new series follows a one-off special for Red Nose Day earlier this year.
The BBC say the first series averaged just under 3 million viewers and proved popular among younger audiences and on social media too.
Richard Bacon, Creator and Executive Producer said: “I loved seeing the way the audience responded to the show. Especially on social media as it was happening.
“It’s given me the confidence to lean right into the absurd humour this time. Also, I’m proud of the fact it did so well with young audiences.”
Pinki Chambers, Commissioning Editor at the BBC commented: “We all loved This is MY House – so it’s really exciting that it’ll be back on BBC One with a whole new team of imposters and homeowners battling it out to prove that they are as embedded in their surroundings as the crumbs down the back of the sofa. It’s the guessing game that promises a lot of head-scratching and humour.”
Tom Whitrow, Executive Producer Expectation added: “We are thrilled to be making the second series of This is My House for BBC One.
“We will be dedicating ourselves to building on the success of series one but this time expect more amazing houses, more bizarre humour and tougher gameplay!”
You can catch up on the episodes online via BBC iPlayer here.