is being revived by Channel 5 and Paul O'Grady will be on presenting duties.
The British TV personality was famously best friends with the immensely popular ITV series' original host Cilla Black who passed away in 2015.
The first wave is an electromagnetic pulse that darkens the planet; the second wave consists of massive tsunamis and thunderous earthquakes; the third wave decimates most of the survivors via a deadly virus that claims Cassie’ mother, Lisa (Maggie Siff), but to which some remain immune; the fourth wave reveals that selected humans, dubbed Silencers, are actually Others intent on hunting down the hardy few who’ve scattered to the wind; and the fifth wave is, well, the final two-thirds of the film.
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Black presented the series for 18 years between the years of 19.
is an incredibly special family show which brought, laughter, tears and joy to TV viewers throughout the land.” Director of Programmes of Channel 5, Ben Frow, said: “Paul is the perfect choice to bridge the old and the new, capturing the sessence and charm of a series that became staple Saturday night family viewing in living rooms up and down country, while attracting and appealing to a whole new generation of TV viewers.” will be given a 21st century makeover and will include LGBT contestants for the first time ever.
She played Jill Mason in the 2008 Broadway revival of Equus at the Broadhurst Theatre, which starred Daniel Radcliffe as Alan Strang.
Speaking about the role, Astin said, "I had a lot of thought; I didn't even know if I was going to do Equus because of the nudity and because of the high profile [aspect] of it.
Walsh later moved to New York City and joined the comedy troupe Burn Manhattan on June 27, 1987, performing in a number of Off-Broadway plays.