The broadcaster has released a statement (via Hello!) that details the new focus for This Morning in the age of coronavirus (COVID-19) – which, let's be honest, sounds a lot like what they were doing before anyway.
But there'll also be new segments from Nigel Havers and John Torode, the return of Gino D'Acampo to the studio and a focus on escapism and "the best that Britain has to offer" too.
"As viewers navigate through one of the most uncertain and unsettling years in a very long time due to the pandemic, this autumn on This Morning will focus on escapism, celebrating the best that Britain has to offer, with brand new travel, beauty, cooking and animal series," the statement reads.
Alongside the return of familiar faces to the This Morning studio, the programme also promises several new segments, including chef John Torode going back out on the road to explore Dorset's Jurassic Coast in a short series.
"Dorset is one of my favourite parts of the country and I feel very lucky to have been able to get out and explore the mighty Jurassic Coast during this time," John said.
"I cannot wait to share with you some gorgeous recipes from the area. Not to mention that viewers will get the chance to judge my kayaking skills… So watch Torode back out on the road."
Meanwhile, Nigel Havers will present a four-part series as he tours Britain and visits different locations to learn of Britain's history and achievements, which will include cuisine, cars, and more coasts.
"It's a genuine pleasure to be able to take the time out to tour Britain for This Morning viewers this September," Nigel said.
"I've packed some hand sanitiser, a picnic blanket and an umbrella just in case!"
One thing that would celebrate the Best of Britain and provide much-needed escapism would be a full-time hosting job for Alison Hammond, but sadly she has said that she wouldn't want to be a main host.
This Morning airs weekday mornings from 10am on ITV.
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