The hit 90s TV show 'Gladiators' is making a comeback.
A new 11-episode series is going to be filmed in Sheffield next year.
Producers say it'll feature new and classic challenges with each show ending with contestants tackling the famous Eliminator obstacle course.
Contenders Ready! Gladiators Ready!
The iconic Saturday night gameshow is coming to the BBC in 2023 - as a new generation of superhumans compete in the ultimate test of speed & strength 💪https://t.co/nKLVYwXqcE pic.twitter.com/zjnnLwjWib
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For those unfamiliar with the format, the show Gladiators was a British television sports entertainment game show that tested people physically.
The programme's format sees four contestants, two male and two female, compete in a series of physical events against the show's 'Gladiators'.
Members of the public are pitted against super-fit Gladiators in trials of strength, speed and stamina.
Once all five or six games are played, the number of points are totted up and the contestant with the highest number of points gets a head start in 'The Eliminator' assault course.
Every point ahead of their competitor is worth half a second.
The winner of The Eliminator then goes on to compete in the next round.
The BBC have yet to announce who'll host it.
It' understood the reboot is set to land on screens in 2023 on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.