Cult TV show Total Wipeout is due to make a return with two new presenters – Top Gear’s Freddie Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness.
The zany show, which featured the world’s most ridiculous water-based obstacle courses, ran for three years before it was axed in 2012.
Freddy and Paddy are believed to be fronting a series of classic moments from the show on BBC1 – voicing the series from their homes.
Speaking to The Sun, Paddy said: “Now more than ever we need to laugh at people bouncing off those big red balls.
“I’m so happy to be involved in bringing this classic show back.”
Freddie added: “I can’t wait to be involved with this brilliant show and to have a laugh watching people fumble with those balls.”
It isn’t yet known when the series will air – but sources reckon it could hit screens later this summer.
A source said after the coronavirus disrupted filming “there has been a rush to try to fill slots in the schedule”.
They added that show bosses were inspired to bring back the show because in lockdown there has been a surge inn people viewing old Total Wipeout episodes on YouTube.
They said: “It’s a genius move in what’s been a really tough time for all broadcasters.”
On the show, 20 contestants competed in a series of challenges in an attempt to win £10,000.
Contestants were challenged to take on obstacles based in large pools of water or mud.
Paddy and Freddie will take over from former presenters Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram.