ITV1’s hit daytime quiz show, Lingo, is set to return for a fourth series (30×60) with Adil Ray back as host.

In the show, contestants battle it out to complete Lingos and decipher puzzlewords in an attempt to win the £15,000 jackpot. New to the fourth series, is the addition of a ‘winner stays on’ format. From next year, contestants will get the chance to compete in more than one episode and prove they know their Lingo. Any team that gets to the final round is guaranteed a place on the following episode giving them the opportunity to accumulate a larger prize pot throughout the series.

Adil Ray said, “I’m chuffed to be hosting another series of Lingo! It has become such a special show for young and old and a real test of who can shout at the telly the loudest! To everyone watching and all the team who make the show!  T_ _ _ _ you! “

Triple Brew’s Ben Shephard and Ed De Burgh said “Lingo’s addictive format combined with the brilliance of Adil Ray has made it a staple of ITV1’s daytime schedule. It’s brilliant to see how much viewers enjoy it and, with contestants now having the opportunity to appear on more than one episode, the stakes are higher than ever! We can’t wait to start filming.”

The fourth series will start filming this Summer and will air in 2024. The third series of Lingo will continue with new episodes on ITV1 this autumn.

Lingo is an IDTV (All3Media) and Talpa TV format, distributed by All3Media International. Lingo S4 is produced by Triple Brew Media out of Objective Media Group North’s Manchester base, for ITV1. The Executive producers are Julie Kelling, Ed de Burgh and Ben Shephard for Triple Brew Media and Pam Cavannagh for OMG North.

The shows is filmed at dock10.

Jon Creamer

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