ITV confirms fate of Joel Dommett's In With A Shout after string of game show axes | The Sun

JOEL Dommett has expanded his presenting repertoire to include game shows in recent years.

He was previously known for stints on I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp, The Masked Singer, The Masked Dancer and even The National Television Awards.

Joel, 38, is also the face of the upcoming Survivor reboot coming to BBC screens very soon.

However last year he was handpicked by bosses to front the ITV game show In With A Shout.

The commercial broadcaster has recently decided to scrap a string of formats including Sitting on a Fortune and Moneyball, presented by Gary Lineker and Ian Wright respectively.

Following the extensive cull, questions were raised about a number of shiny floor formats at ITV.



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However, the fate of Joel's show has been revealed and according to The Version, the show is not going anywhere.

According to the outlet, the Saturday night programme has been renewed for a second series and will hit the airwaves early next year.

The format saw two families battle it out against each other to win a whopping prize of £20,000.

The contestants are challenged to answer questions that are hidden in a montage of moving snaps.

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They have to shout out the answers that are displayed on TV screens to move up the money ladder for every category they answer correctly.

The families have to bank as much cash as possible to avoid crashing out, but the stakes are raised for the winning family in a challenging twist.

The stakes are raised when they have just a minute to successfully answer questions correctly to turn of ten television sets.

But failure to turn off all the TV's within the allotted time mean they walk away with nothing.

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