What time does Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? air TONIGHT and is it the last episode of the series?

What time does Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? air TONIGHT and is it the last episode of the series?

WHO Wants To Be A Millionaire? returned to ITV after a four-year absence last year. It’s back again tonight with Jeremy Clarkson in the chair

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WHO Wants To Be A Millionaire? returned to ITV after a four-year absence last year.

It’s back again tonight with Jeremy Clarkson in the chair…

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Jeremy Clarkson was a hit in the revamped Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
ITV

When does Who Wants To Be A Millionaire start on ITV?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? has returned once again to ITV.

Once again Jeremy Clarkson will host the iconic ITV quiz show – which had the nation hooked in the 90s and early 2000s when it first aired.

The show starts at 9pm and aired at the same time each night on consecutive days, with tonight’s show being the final episode of the series.

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Jeremy Clarkson will be presenting the show
ITV

Is Jeremy Clarkson hosting?

The Sun exclusively revealed that Jeremy Clarkson will be presenting Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’s reboot.

Jeremy said: “I absolutely loved hosting the anniversary shows and cannot wait to spend a few precious hours away from James May and Richard Hammond, making the new ones.”

A TV insider shared: “There was never any doubt that ITV wanted another run of Millionnaire – it was so popular with Jeremy and there’s still a massive appetite for more.

“Jeremy is very busy with his other commitments so it was about trying to make it work for everyone, but unfortunately the logistics have all been ironed out and he’s agreed to another run.”


What is new in the game show?

Chris Tarrant is no longer fronting the hit show and instead, Grand Tour host Jeremy Clarkson will be taking on the job.

Before the trial run of the show, Jeremy said “I have always loved the show and am thrilled to be involved with its rebirth.

“I’m a big fan of quiz shows and I’m looking forward to hosting this iconic TV show and hopefully making a few millionaires!”

The revamped series will also see the addition of a fourth “lifeline”, with contestants being given the chance to Ask The Host if they are unsure of the answer.

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