When is Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway 2021 back on TV?

ANT and Dec are back with another series of the popular Saturday Night Takeaway.

The legendary best pal duo will be presenting the 17th series of the show and it will be filmed in front of a virtual audience.

When is Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway 2021 back on TV?

Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway will return for its 17th series, at 7pm on February 20, 2021. 

In January 2020, ITV released a brand new trailer for the ITV game show which showed Ant and Dec transform themselves from glittery costumes to PJ and Duncan before ending up in their usual black suits.

The Geordie duo, both 45, will star in usual segments Undercover and I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Me Ear alongside big name celebrities.

Last year’s show was one of the first television productions to be affected by the coronavirus pandemic, with the final three shows ditching audiences.

How many shows will be in the series?

Saturday Night Takeaway will last for seven episodes.

With one episode set to air every Saturday, the series should come to an end on April 3, 2021.

Fans will able to tune in to ITV on Saturday nights to watch the action unfold.

Fans would be able to catch up on the ITV Hub.

What new features will be in the show?

Ant and Dec have another fantastic giveaway planned for viewers which will be revealed in the first show of the new series.

There will be a brand-new mini-series called Double Trouble in which the hosts have been cloned and the clones have gone rogue.

The new adventure will feature many celebrities including Bear Grylls, 46, Prue Leith, 80, Rob Brydon, Alison Hammond, also 46, and Jermaine Jenas, 37.

Fleur East, 33, is back with a brand-new segment and Stephen Mulhern, 43, returns to put the boys through his usual brand of high-octane, surprise Ant vs Dec challenges.

What celebrity guests will be on the show?

The long-running series will feature 2018 I’m A Celeb winner Harry Redknapp, 73, and son Jamie, 47.

There will be special celeb guests joining the legendary presenting duo in the seven-part series.

The likes of Masked Singer star and former Big Brother presenter Davina McCall, 53, and multi Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah, 37 will also feature.

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