Michael puts the Sheen on this returning series
After fulfilling their dreams of headlining arenas (something they never achieved in their 1990s popstar heyday), Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are back in the confines of the TV studio as their live weekend entertainment extravaganza returns.
So get set for more undercover pranks, celebrity surprises and competitions as Britain's favourite presenting pair provide the perfect show to warm your cockles on a cold Saturday night in Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway (Saturday, ITV, 7pm).
Michael Sheen has taken on challenging acting roles such as Brian Clough and Tony Blair during his varied career.
But the Welsh thesp is given a slightly more straightforward task tonight as he steps into the role of guest announcer.
The Geordie duo head to LA, where they play a prank on an old friend.
James Corden's career has shot through the Stratosphere since his move to America and his new job as host of CBS's The Late Late Show.
Here, the A League Of Their Own host and Gavin & Stacey star, who is always game for a laugh (see his Carpool Karaokes with Adele and Elton John if you don't believe us), finds himself on the receiving end of one of Ant and Dec's infamous pranks.
So surely he will he see the funny side, won't he?
Plus, Stephen Mulhern presides over the latest Ant v Dec challenge, in which the pair take part in a life-size game of video game Pac-Man.
And of course, one lucky audience member plays Win The Ads.
Finally, Scottish soft rock band Wet Wet Wet, whose seminal album Picture This was released 20 years ago, are in celebratory mood as they join the I'm A Celebrity… hosts for tonight's Singalong Live.
One new segment for this year is Who Shot Simon Cowell?, a weekly comedy segment written by Broadchurch creator and new Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall.
When Cowell is gunned down at a party, Emilia Fox and Kevin Whately piece together the clues and question famous faces including Louis Walsh, Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan, Alesha Dixon, Britain's Got Talent champs Ashleigh and Pudsey and David Walliams.
Indeed, Ant and Dec are never short of new ideas, a fact that makes them Britain's most indemand presenters.
One taste tonight and you will no doubt be back for more next weekend.
Fun and games The presenter duo return.