Get ready to test your music knowledge and compete for a chance at £10,000, as the beloved BBC One music quiz, "The Hit List," has been officially recommissioned for its seventh series. The show, known for its fantastic music selection and dynamic hosts, husband and wife duo Marvin and Rochelle Humes, is set to return to screens in 2024, bringing back the thrill of music guessing and cash prizes.
Musical Challenges and Exciting Prizes
"The Hit List" invites pairs of contestants to name the artist and title of popular songs in a series of challenging rounds. As the competition unfolds, the stakes rise, and the final couple faces "The Final Chart Rundown" for a shot at winning up to £10,000. With great music, enthusiastic contestants, and a fantastic prize, it's no wonder the show has become a fan favorite.
Calling All Music Buffs
If you've ever played along at home and thought you had what it takes to compete on the show, you're in luck. The new series is on the lookout for fresh contestants, and aspiring participants can apply for their chance to be part of the musical quiz action.
A Show Loved by Many
Produced by Tuesday's Child Scotland and filmed at Pacific Quay in Glasgow, "The Hit List" will return with six regular episodes and six celebrity specials. The show's hosts, Marvin and Rochelle Humes, express their excitement about the upcoming series and look forward to more music-filled Saturday night entertainment. They say, "We are so excited to be back with our SEVENTH series! We have so much fun hosting the show together, and we're excited to see what this next series will bring. We're looking forward to more Saturday night fun that will have you shouting the answers at your TV!"
Karen Smith, Executive Producer of "The Hit List," is thrilled to see the show continuing its journey. She hopes that viewers will enjoy the fantastic music selection and the lively atmosphere that transforms living rooms into virtual house parties.
A BBC Hit Series
Neil McCallum, Commissioning Editor for the BBC, comments on the success of "The Hit List" over the years and expresses his delight at its seventh series commission. Marvin and Rochelle's fantastic hosting, filled with energy, create the upbeat atmosphere that viewers love to tune into on Saturday evenings.
Apply for Your Chance to Shine
Contestants who believe they have what it takes to conquer the musical challenges can now apply for the new series by visiting bbc.co.uk/takepart. Stay tuned for broadcast details as they will be announced in 2024. The excitement of "The Hit List" is about to return, and the stage is set for more music, more fun, and more prizes!