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ITV plans 'Nightly Show' with rotating hosts

By Karen Butler
ITV plans 'Nightly Show' with rotating hosts
British comedian/actor David Walliams attends the premiere of "Stardust" in London on October 3, 2007. File Photo by Rune Hellestad/UPI | License Photo

LONDON, Nov. 25 (UPI) -- ITV says it plans to air an entertainment program called The Nightly Show, which will feature a different host each week.

Comedian and writer David Walliams has already signed on to preside over the first five, half-hour episodes, which will premiere in 2017. The show is currently slated to run for two months.

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"I am thrilled to be the first host for this brand new show for ITV," Walliams said in a statement.

"We're really excited about launching this bold new show, and delighted that David will kick off what will be an eight-week entertainment treat for viewers," added Peter Davey, ITV's head of comedy entertainment.

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