Published: 10:40, 04 September 2019
| Updated: 13:33, 06 September 2019
Supermarket Sweep is set to return to our screens with a new host at a new studio.
Maidstone Studios is the new location for the iconic game show which had an eight-year stint on ITV from 1993 to 2001.
This Monday the show will return with a special tribute to former host Dale Winton, who died last year.
There will be 20 episodes, with one airing every week night.
New host Rylan Clark-Neal is promising a few guests along the way and of course, the inflatables are back.
The Celebrity Big Brother winner, who is also set to host a reboot of Ready Steady Cook said: "What’s lovely about the show is that none of the food is going to waste.
"Instead of chucking it out we’ve been sending all the food to a local foodbank and shelters.
"I really love the fact we are making sure there is absolutely no food wastage.
"We even got bags for life, and that becomes a big thing within the show.
"I just think it's fantastic that we are able to do something like this.
"It’s great that we’re all having a laugh while filming a TV show but I’m really proud of the fact that when the cameras stop rolling we are making a difference in people's lives.
"How amazing is it that we can do that?
"So, I don’t feel quite as bad when I rob the odd chocolate bar."
Get ready to go wild in the aisles from 8pm on Monday on ITV2.
Things will go wild in the aisles from 8pm on Monday on ITV2.