Stars line-up to claim This Is MY House for BBC One

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BBC One has announced a brand-new primetime entertainment show called This Is MY House, due to air in the Spring. 

Created by Richard Bacon and Nick Weidenfeld, and produced by Expectation, the show sees four people walk into a home and say, “This Is MY House”. 

The catch is that only one of them is telling the truth.

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BBC One and Expectation confirmed that joining the series is comedian and latest strictly winner, Bill Bailey, comedian and actress Emily Atack, comedian Jamali Maddix and comedian and Loose Woman Judi Love.

Hosted by Stacey Dooley, This Is MY House promises plenty of laugh out loud moments as each of the four opponents tries to prove that they are the real deal. 

“This is MY House is a great show and I am delighted to be taking part”, said Bailey. 

“I think it’s a lot of fun, something that everyone needs at the moment, and I’m sure viewers at home are going to love playing along. 

“I consider myself a good judge of character, so I hope I’ll be able to spot the liars from the real homeowner and help win them some money!”

Emily Atack said: “I’m super excited to be joining the panel for This is MY House! Our job is to find the honest homeowner amongst the imposters, all who have very compelling and believable stories. 

“It’s great fun and it has that play along factor, that viewers at home will love.”

Jamali Maddix said, “I had a good time snooping round people’s houses, it’s a fun show!”

Judi Love added: “I am beyond excited to be a part of the show, if you love a good old snoop around someone else’s house like I do, then make sure you join us on This is MY House!”

The celebrity panel will be joined by a guest panellist each week and together they will sort the fact from the fiction, and ultimately decide who they think is telling the truth. 

If they guess correctly, the honest homeowner will win a cash prize.

This Is MY House is set to be broadcast on BBC One and BBC iPlayer in Spring 2021 and further information will be announced in due course.

The 6 x 60 minute series was commissioned by Kate Phillips, Acting Controller BBC One and Jo Wallace, Acting Controller Entertainment Commissioning. 

The format was created by Richard Bacon and US-based TV producer Nick Weidenfeld. 

The Executive Producers for Expectation are Tom Whitrow and Richard Bacon. The Commissioning Editor for the BBC is Pinki Chambers.