ITV announces exciting new gameshow Password – here's how you can take part | The Sun

ITV HAS announced an exciting new game show called Password with applications now open.

The broadcaster is introducing yet another game show into their schedules.

The show, which has already found success in the US, sees two teams attempt to convey mystery words to each other.

A celebrity and regular contestant will work together to guess the word correctly using only single-world clues.

If they are successful, they'll scoop a cash prize jackpot.

Casting is now underway for the new series, with filming expected to take place in June.

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Password previously aired in the US on network CBS in the 60s before moving to rival station ABC in the 70s.

Over the years the show has been revived and rested before NBC brought it back in 2022.

The new show comes following Lee Mack’s quiz show The 1% Club being commissioned for a third series – before the second has even ended.

The Sun revealed how the green-lit instalment is going to be the biggest yet, with double the amount of episodes — 16 instead of eight — plus a Christmas special next year.

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That’s not bad going for funnyman Lee, who is slowly turning the quiz into a modern-day classic.

A big appeal of the series, which launched in April last year, is that viewers don’t need to mug up on general knowledge to compete.

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