After five years off the air, 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' is heading back to television - although this time, it's not on BBC - it's Sky.
According to the British Comedy Guide, a number of names have been floated for panelists and team captains, including Dizzee Rascal and Paul Chowdhry, but none have been announced or confirmed. It's the same with the host itself, as 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' went through a couple of seasons with revolving guest hosts.
The show was originally hosted by '50s throwback Mark Lamarr, leaving the show in 2005 and being replaced by Simon Amstell. As a host, Amstell was far more caustic than Lamarr, not to mention famously driving one guest to up and leave in the middle of a taping. Rhod Gilbert hosted the final season of the show before it was cancelled.
Team captains over the years included Phil Jupitus, Bill Bailey, and Noel Fielding, however it's not known if any of these are involved in the show. What is known is that Talkback Productions are behind the show, who were involved in its original run.
As of now, it's not yet known when the show will air - so we'll leave you with this moment from the show.