Miranda Hart to host Generation Game?
Miranda Hart has sparked more rumours that she will host a remake of 'The Generation Game' after the BBC posted an advert looking for "families of all ages" to take part in a new show
Miranda Hart is looking "for families of all ages" to take part in a new TV show.
The 'Miranda' actress has sparked speculation that she will be hosting a new 'Generation Game' style show after the BBC started advertising for participants to star in a new program which will be presented by the comedienne.
The announcement read: "Miranda is looking for families of all ages and generations to come to the studio for the chance to win some amazing prices. Such fun will be had!
"We're looking for all types of family set-ups. This can be mother/father and children, nan, aunt, son and partner or could even include 'Auntie Pat from down the road' ... who is really just mum's best friend from the bingo."
The unnamed BBC One show also specified that filming will begin in December.
Previously, Miranda has downplayed reports that she will be hosting 'The Generation Game' after the BBC One controller Charlotte Moore appeared to confirm that the comedienne was on board with the remake.
In August Charlotte told the Guardian: "It will be a modern reinvention of 'The Generation Game'. Miranda will bring a very different flavour to it."
However, Miranda then replied on Twitter saying she is simply "mulling ideas".
She wrote: "Apparently it's 100 per cent cert I am doing Gen Game. First I've heard of it. Mulling some ideas about it might be more accurate. (sic)"