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Deal Or No Deal to make 'TV comeback after six years' with 'ITV favourite host'

DEAL Or No Deal is reportedly 'making a miraculous TV return' six years after it was taken off-air – but it will be without Noel Edmonds.  

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According to an insider, ITV are working on a reboot of the hit-Channel 4 show, with a new telly favourite at the helm.  

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The programme ran on Channel 4 for 11 years until it was axed by bosses in 2016. 

Picture: Channel 4

Picture: Channel 4

Sources say that Stephen Mulhern has reportedly been approached to front the show. 

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"Deal Or No Deal was absolutely huge back in the day and pulled in millions of viewers," they said. 

"ITV think there is still a huge appetite for it and think they could make a huge success of the show if they brought it back," the insider told The Sun. 

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They added: "Plans for the reboot are in the very early stages and the details of when it could come back are being closely guarded. 

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"There have been discussions around Noel possibly returning but ITV decided they want to give the show a completely fresh look and feel. 

Picture: Deal Or No Deal

Picture: Deal Or No Deal

"Stephen has been approached about being the new host of the show which is something he is over-the-moon about. 

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"He has really proven himself to ITV and after he got his own show In For A Penny, as well as Catchphrase, bosses think Stephen could be ideal for it." 

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