Mel Giedroyc is returning to her BBC Two roots with a code new ask show which will air after in 2017.
Letterbox, from the minds behind The Weakest Link and Eggheads, has been described as a elementary nonetheless addictive word diversion and is reportedly designed to be played-along-at-home with the audience, and will air on the same channel where Mel first found with Sue Perkins as the hosts of Great British Bake Off.
The new diversion show will see interconnected contestants contest conduct to conduct in an try to moment a series of ‘passwords’ in the hopes of walking divided with a cold £2000.
In a statement, Mel joked: ‘I played a chronicle of this diversion and was a) intensely rival at it, b) annoyingly bad at it, c) strangely dependant to it, d) indispensable to do some-more of it, e) asked the big cheeses if we could benefaction it, f) was gay when they pronounced yes, g) can’t wait to start recording the shows and assembly the contestants, h) anticipating to get seriously learned at personification it so that i) I’ll be means to SMASH IT if the house diversion comes out.
‘Now how many letters have we used up? (see what we did there).’
Creator David Young added: ‘It’s a word diversion designed to interest to a family assembly since it doesn’t enclose any ubiquitous believe questions. On Letterbox you don’t need to be an ‘Egghead’ to walk divided a winner!’
It is suspicion 15 episodes will air on BBC Two on weekday afternoons.