ITV has commissioned a second run of Objective Media Group Entertainment’s game show, Lingo.

Host Adil Ray OBE will return to preside over 60 x 60’ episodes of the fast-paced word play game

Lingo sees three teams of two contestants compete against each other to fill in the blanks and find words. Over a series of rounds the prize money gets bigger, but so does the risk – fail to find the right word and your opponent gets the chance to jump in and take the money. In the End Game, the last pair standing can double their prize fund, but if they can’t find the words, they could go home with nothing.

OMG Entertainment’s Ben Shephard and Ed de Burgh added: “We’re over the moon that viewers are enjoying the show, there’s a lot of Lingo love out there! We can’t wait to start making more. The question is do you know your Lingo?!”

ITV Commissioning Editor, Lara Akeju said: “I’m delighted to be bringing viewers more opportunities to play along with this hugely compelling show.”

The Lingo format has notched up more than 500 episodes in the US and has been airing for almost three decades in France and the Netherlands.

Lingo was re-commissioned by ITV Head of Entertainment Katie Rawcliffe and ITV Commissioning Editor Lara Akeju.  Lingo is an IDTV (All3Media) and Talpa TV format, distributed by All3Media International. The series is produced by OMG Entertainment out of Objective Media Group North’s Manchester base, for ITV. The Executive producers are Andrew Cartmell, Ed de Burgh and Ben Shephard for OMG Entertainment and Pam Cavannagh for OMG North. Objective Media Group is an All3Media Company.

The show will be filmed at dock10.

Jon Creamer

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