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BBC One’s Saturday schedule will have a major shake-up tomorrow – without its most popular show.

Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel has been replaced by Blankety Blank and Pointless Celebs.

Michael McIntyre's The Wheel has been replaced by two shows tomorrow


Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel has been replaced by two shows tomorrowCredit: BBC
Blankety Blank is on our screens tomorrow at 7.00pm


Blankety Blank is on our screens tomorrow at 7.00pmCredit: BBC
Celebrity Pointless shortly follows


Celebrity Pointless shortly followsCredit: BBC

The third series of The Wheel, which has aired every Saturday for the last month, wrapped up on March 25.

Now BBC viewers can expect to see the 2021 series of Blankety Blank air at 7.00pm tomorrow.

Host Bradley Walsh will return and six famous faces will try and fill in the blanks.

The likes of Martine McCutcheon, Joe Swash, Jimmy Car, Johnny Vegas, Chizzy Akudolu and Adjoa Andoh will appear on the show.

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Then at 7.35pm the 18th episode of Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman’s Pointless Celebrities will air.

There is good news for Casualty as it will continue as normal at 8.25pm.

Last month The Wheel viewers slammed the show as a ‘waste of time’ after a major gaffe.

Comedian Michael welcomed a whole host of celebrity guests to the BBC One show to act as ‘experts’ on their own chosen topic.

Among those on the episode included Loose Women favourite Judi Love, comedian Katherine Ryan, TV star Mark Wright and content creator Harry Pinero.

However, the episode suffered a major blip that left fans moaning that it was a ‘waste of time’.

Despite the three contestants managing to get some of the questions correct throughout the show, it all came crashing down in the final round.

In a shocking twist of events, no one won the game show and all the players went home empty handed, leaving fans at home extremely disappointed at the outcome.

Before the final chance for any of the players to bag some cash, even the show’s host himself expressed concern as he remarked: “It is terrifying because it [the final round] means genuinely we might have no winner tonight.”

But the ending was slammed by show’s fans as they raged that they had ‘wasted’ an hour of their time to see nobody win.

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