Brendan Sheerin will be back on our screens after two years away (Picture: Channel 4)
Coach Trip is reportedly making a comeback to our screens after being away for two years.
Tour guide Brendan Sheerin is set to return as host on the fan favourite Channel 4 show.
As The Sun reports, filming is set to begin in September and is expected to arrive in 2022.
New celebrity guests will be setting off together and taking in the sights as Brendan get the show back on the road.
A source said: ‘Celebrity Coach Trip is a hugely popular programme and Channel 4 were keen to get another series in the bag as soon as it was deemed safe.
‘They’re going to start filming in September when it’s likely the world will be a little more back to normal.’
The 2019 celebrity series was won by Adele Roberts and Kate Holderness (Picture: Channel 4)
They added: ‘Everything will be filmed within Covid-19 safety guidelines but the show will look just as authentic as it usually does.’
Coach Trip has been taking people out on the road since back in 2005.
It’s not the first time Coach Trip has returned after time away. After the series aired from 2005 to 2006, it didn’t return for three years, airing from 2009 to 2012.
The most recent series in 2019 was won by DJ Adele Roberts and her girlfriend Kate Holderness, while the series also starred the likes of Diversity’s Perri Kiely and comedian Stephen Bailey.
It saw them travel across Europe and visit the likes of Saint Tropez and Barcelona.
Discussing his favourite destinations to take guests, Brendan said: ‘I used to live and work in Barcelona, so I always love going back there. t’s a beautiful city. It hasn’t been spoilt.’
‘There’s nothing like going down the Grand Canal in Venice, that’s amazing. I love Rome, Florence is stunning, Pisa. And the South of France is stunning, and the whole of Tuscany.’
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