The popular British bloopers show gave us the first behind the scenes look at those hilarious moments we're not meant to see. It first began in 1977 with Denis Norden before being taken over in 2008 by Griff Rhys-Jones. Now, David Walliams will be hosting a reboot of the show in two special episode with hopes it may be extended to a full series.
A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "Bosses wanted a revamp so decided to get David in.
"They're hoping that it does well in its slot and there could be scope for a full series if the response is positive.
"They know recent reboots on other channels haven't done incredibly well so don't want to make a big song and a dance about it."
The reboot will also see It'll Be Alright on the Night being changed to Return of Alright on the Night. The two episodes air on July 2 2018 and July 3 2018 on ITV at 9.15pm.