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The Hit List, BBC One’s highly addictive music quiz, where contestants must name as many hit songs and artists as possible under intense pressure, will be back later in 2020.

Made by Tuesday’s Child Scotland and presented by Rochelle and Marvin Humes, the show sees three couples competing each week for a chance to win up to £10,000, all they have to do is name the song and the artist.

Fast becoming a Saturday night play along at home favourite, viewers will be looking forward to seeing if anyone can take home the top prize.

The Hit List hosts, Marvin and Rochelle Humes, say: “We are so excited that The Hit List is back for a third series! We absolutely love making this show and are truly grateful and humbled that there is an audience who are loving watching it. We waited years to find the right show to present together so the fact it’s being so warmly received means the world to us.”

Karen Smith, Executive Producer, says: “The Hit List is one of those special shows that the whole family can genuinely play-along with together at home. It’s easy because you’ve heard all the answers before, but can the contestants remember them when they’re under pressure and there’s £10,000 on the line? Apply now if you think you can!”

Kate Phillips, Controller Entertainment Commissioning at the BBC, say: “I’m so pleased that The Hit List is back for another series. This play along music quiz is note perfect for a nation of music lovers and I’m looking forward to seeing if anyone can walk away with that elusive jackpot in the final round.”

The Hit List is a Tuesday’s Child Scotland production and has been commissioned for BBC One by Kate Phillips, Controller Entertainment Commissioning and Charlotte Moore, Director of BBC Content. The Executive Producer is Karen Smith for Tuesday’s Child Scotland and the Commissioning Editor for the BBC is Rachel Ashdown.

Filming takes places in Glasgow in April 2020 and applications are open now for contestants.

A selection of Playlists from The Hit List are available to listen to on BBC Sounds now.