Danny Dyer-fronted game show The Wall is returning for a second series and it's coming very soon.
The BBC has confirmed that EastEnders star Dyer will be back for "the ultimate game of risk and reward" on Saturday, October 3 and it has released a brand new trailer for the show in celebration, which you can watch above.
It may be a short clip but we can already feel the tension as Dyer introduces the famous wall, saying that if this wall could talk it would say "strap yourself in for the ride of your life – but it would also say don't ever think you're in control".
Success on The Wall requires a combination of strategy, knowledge and luck from its contestants and the latest batch of competitors certainly look like they're having their nerves shredded.
Dyer takes charge of hosting duties on the show while questions are voiced by Angela Rippon.
"Wildly unpredictable with heart stopping jeopardy, The Wall gives and The Wall takes away," the BBC said while teasing the new series. "Expect colossal wins and heart-breaking losses, this game show really can change people's lives in an instant.
"In this game, pairs need the right answers, the right bounces and cast-iron trust in each other to win a life-changing cash prize."
The Wall was first aired in the US in 2016 on network NBC and has gone on to be sold to 24 global territories, making it the most travelled TV format of 2017 and 2018.
Dyer's EastEnders character Mick Carter meanwhile could be facing more trouble as his wife Linda, played by Kellie Bright, becomes tempted to drink again after spending the past few months battling her addiction to alcohol.
The couple have sold The Vic and moved out of the pub to try to aid her recovery but Linda struggles while on a night out next week and takes a sip of an alcoholic drink.
Observant Max Branning (Jake Wood) will step in to talk to Linda, but whether she confides in husband Mick is another question.
The Wall returns on Saturday, October 3 at 9.15pm on BBC One.
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