Graham Norton is set to star as the host of a rebooted version of Wheel of Fortune on ITV.
You spin a big wheel and it lands on a number, offering contestants the chance to win large cash prizes.
It’s an absolute staple in the USA, so it’ll probably be a big hit over here when it returns.
According to an ITV press release, the show is set to return for eight 60-episode runs, including two celebrity specials, and will see Norton take the helm on a big-time game show for the first time since the very start of his career.
Explaining the premise of the show, the ITV release reads: “In this thrilling game of skill and luck, the turn of the wheel secures a cash value before they pick a letter to help them solve the puzzle.
“For every correct letter they reveal in the puzzle they win multiples of that amount.
“The pressure is on as they could lose everything at a spin of a wheel which contains ‘bankrupts’ and ‘lose a turn’ and the contestants' entire winnings could be wiped out.
“In addition to cash, they can also win some impressive prizes which are added to their cash pot to help them reach the bonus round.
“Everything is up for grabs but only one lucky contestant will get the chance to add big money to their cash pot and see if they can take it home.”
Norton said: “I’m beyond excited to be bringing such an iconic American show to a new British audience.
“My first ever TV job was a game show on ITV so this feels like coming full circle.
“You might even call it a wheel!”
Katie Rawcliffe, Head of Entertainment Commissioning at ITV, added: “We are thrilled to have the much loved Graham Norton bringing this iconic game show to our viewers.
“Anything can happen on the spin of a wheel, it is going to be so much fun.”
Meanwhile, Sunil Patel, the CEO of production company Whisper North, said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing such a well-known and globally loved show to ITV primetime, and of course, to be working with the incredible Graham Norton, who we know will bring the show alive for contestants and audiences alike.”
It was announced earlier today that Ryan Seacrest is set to take over from Pat Sajak as the host of the US version of Wheel of Fortune.
In a statement, Seacrest said: "I'm truly humbled to be stepping into the footsteps of the legendary Pat Sajak.
"I can say, of America, that it's been a privilege and pure joy to watch Pat and Vanna [White] on our television screens for an unprecedented 40 years, making us smile every night and feel right at home with them.
"Pat, I love the way you've always celebrated the contestants and made viewers at home feel at ease.I look forward to learning everything I can from you during this transition."
In a statement of his own, Sajak said: "I've decided that our 41st season, which begins in September, will be my last.
“It’s been a wonderful ride, and I’ll have more to say in the coming months. Many thanks to you all.”