'Spicks & Specks' gang back together for one night only!
Hands on buzzers: the music show returns
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The ABC has today confirmed that 'Spicks & Specks' will be returning to TV in a one-night one-hour special that will kick off the network’s annual Ausmusic Month coverage in early November.
The entire original cast, host Adam Hills and team captains Myf Warhurst and Alan Brough, have been confirmed as starters, marking the first time the trio has joined forces on the show since the original series’ finale in 2011.
Alongside them, the respective teams will be filled out by musicians Briggs and Ricki-Lee Coulter, and comedians Frank Woodley and Denise Scott.
Team captain Myf Warhurst confirmed the return of the beloved music program on Twitter.
The word is out. Spicks & Specks reunion here we come... https://t.co/eyiqqRENqF— Myf Warhurst (@MyfWarhurst) August 26, 2018
'Spicks & Specks' hit our screens back in 2005, and while it was originally billed as a local version of BBC quiz show 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks', the show ended up becoming a quintessentially Australian TV experience.
The show attempted a revival three years later, with different hosts, however, the series was cancelled after 20 episodes. Now with the whole OG team back together, fans can expect a magical night of musical hilarity.
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