Michael McIntyre, a British comedian, hosts the variety and stand-up comedy television programme Michael McIntyre’s Big Show. The episode debuted as a one-off Christmas special in 2015 before the BBC revealed that they had ordered a full season for the following year. The season premiered on April 16 and ran until May 28, 2016. The programme is anticipated to restart in 2022.
What is Michael Mcintyre’s Big Show About?
The show has musical performances, celebrity guests, and comedy sketches from McIntyre and other comics. The first recording of the show took place in London at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. People liked the first season, so BBC One picked it up for a second season, which started in November 2016 and ended with a Christmas special on Christmas Eve 2016.
The show was picked up for a third season in 2017, which began on November 18 and ran for six episodes. The show ended on Christmas Eve with a Christmas episode. Then, in December 2017, it was said that the show would be back for a fourth season, which aired in 2018. In 2019, a fifth season aired. It was shot at The London Palladium.
Michael McIntyre’s Big Show will come back for a sixth season. This is after production stopped for three years during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Wheel continues this Saturday at 5.50pm on BBC One pic.twitter.com/GSo3sz3KEL
— Michael McIntyre (@McInTweet) October 25, 2022
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Michael McIntyre’s Big Show Series 6: When Will It Be Released?
Produced by Hungry McBear and presented by Michael McIntyre, winner of the Bafta Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series, the show features fan favourites like the humorous Send to All segment, the Celebrity Midnight Gameshow, as well as the Unexpected Star of the Show segment. In addition, there will be brand-new surprises in store for the audience, in addition to a multitude of great brand-new features.
Michael will serve as the host of the six-part series, which will be taped at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in front of a live audience. It is expected that the programme will begin again in 2022.
The Jet-lagged & Jolly tour goes on sale today! On sales are at 9am local time in each city. pic.twitter.com/amognP0T5Y
— Michael McIntyre (@McInTweet) October 23, 2022
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