Tipping Point’s return date revealed as Deal or No Deal reboot disappears from ITV schedule | The Sun

TIPPING Point’s official return date has been revealed and it's just days away.

The Deal or No Deal reboot will disappear from the ITV schedule as the Ben Shephard fronted gameshow show will make it's return.

On Monday 18th December, Tipping Point will once again take to the airwaves at 4pm.

Hosted by Good Morning Britain presenter Ben, 49, the long-running gameshow take the place of Deal Or No Deal in the ITV schedule.

It see's four players competing in the hope of getting cash counters out of a giant arcade coin tipping machine to win a cashpot prize.

This will be followed by The Chase – hosted by Bradley Walsh – which will go on the air at 5pm, an hour after.


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ITV previously announced that the popular gameshow would return to TV screens in November.

The series was originally hosted by Noel Edmonds on rival network Channel 4.

It first debuted in 2005 and lasted for 11 years and over 2,900 episodes after the last instalment aired in December 2016.

The Sun first revealed that after two pilot episodes, ITV were looking to reboot the show, and an official announcement came in March.

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Stephen Mulhern was given the task of hosting the show and it has since been a hit with viewers.

One highlight was when contestant Brad Wale took to the podium and he had viewers in tears as he opened up on his everyday battle with Motor Neurone Disease (MND).

He admitted that he was appearing on the show to try and raise some money, to tick things off his bucket list. 

His co-stars were wiped away their own tears from their face as his mum was looking on as she sat in the audience.

The game ended in disaster when poor Brad walked away with a measly fiver after he chose a No Deal option when his odds were looking good.

Since his appearance, he was inundated with support after his friend Rochelle set up a GoFundMe page. 

The donation page, called Help Brad get his bucket list, has so far raised over £113,000 at the time of writing.

9,500 people have sent donations in for the incredible cause and the figure is still rising.

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