Sports game show Gladiators is being rebooted, the BBC has announced.
The series - which was hosted by Ulrika Jonsson and was a huge hit for ITV in the 90s - will return to screens next year.
The BBC said that the 11-episode series, made by Hungry Bear Media and MGM Television UK, would be filmed at the Utilita Arena Sheffield and will welcome a brand new generation of "superhumans who will compete against contestants in the ultimate test of speed and strength".
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As well as classic challenges, there will be some brand new games for viewers to enjoy.
The Eliminator - which was the last event of the show and always a highlight - will be back.
Contenders Ready! Gladiators Ready!
The iconic Saturday night gameshow is coming to the BBC in 2023 - as a new generation of superhumans compete in the ultimate test of speed & strength 💪https://t.co/nKLVYwXqcE pic.twitter.com/zjnnLwjWib
— BBC Press Office (@bbcpress) August 25, 2022
The news comes amid speculation that there would be some sort of reboot or reunion as the programme is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.
Kate Phillips, the BBC's director of unscripted, said: “Gladiators is back and a whole new generation of viewers can now look forward to watching a Saturday night spectacle like no other.
"Will the contenders have the will and the skill to succeed against our mighty new Gladiators? You’ll have to tune in to find out!”
Hungry Bear's managing director Dan Baldwin, who is Holly Willoughby's husband, said it was "the perfect time" for the much-loved show to make its comeback.
"What other show combines electric excitement, superheroes, giant sponge fingers, elite athletes, and a pinch of pantomime?" he asked.
"Watch out for the new breed of superhuman, supersized, superstars bursting on to your screens on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.”
Gladiators originally aired from 1992 to 2000 and was hosted by Jonsson and John Fashanu.
It saw members of the public going up against Gladiators including Jet (Diane Youdale), Hunter (James Crossley), Wolf (Michael Van Wijk) and Nightshade (Judy Simpson) in a series of gruelling challenges that tested their stamina and strength and was a massive success.
It was dropped in 2000, but resurrected in 2008. However, its comeback proved to be brief and it ended again in 2009.
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