Popular Ant and Dec show returning for TWO more series on ITV following Byker Grove reboot reveal | The Sun

ONE of Ant and Dec's popular shows is returning for two more series on ITV following Byker Grove's reboot.

The Geordie duo might be saying goodbye to Saturday Night Takeaway but they're certainly not leaving our screens.

ITV has confirmed Ant and Dec's hit game show Limitless Win has been renewed for two more series.

Unlike rival shows, it's designed to be an extraordinarily high-stakes show as the prize pot can grow forever.

Previous contestants who appeared on the show have won between £250,000 and half a million pounds.

Limitless Win will be back on air next year for its third series with applications now open for contestants to apply.

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Speaking about the recommission, Ant McPartlin, 47, said: “We're so happy that Limitless Win has been such a hit with the viewers, we love making it. It’s such a thrilling and emotional roller coaster of a show we can’t wait to make more."

Declan Donnelly, 47, added:  “We’re bracing ourselves for another two series of high tension and nail-biting drama as more contestants take on the Limitless ladder.

"We’re excited to see how high they can climb now they’re so much more familiar with the show. Bring it on!”

The news comes after the I'm A Celebrity hosts revealed Byker Grove was being rebooted.

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The reboot will simply be called Byker and will be aimed at a "primetime audience".

Byker Grove originally aired from 1989 until 2006, with Ant and Dec starring in it from 1989 until 1993.

In a new video, they revealed they were rebooting the show, with Dec saying: "Byker Grove will always be very special to us as the show which gave us our break, so we are beyond excited.

"We are looking forward to bringing this fresh incarnation to a whole new generation as well as those who remember it as fondly as we do."

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