What’s It All About? This show first won plaudits during the Paralympic Games, when its host, Adam Hills, and his colleagues Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker, offered an intelligent and alternative commentary on the day’s events.
A non-sporting version of the show was hinted at back in October when Hills was signed up by Channel 4 on a one-year, exclusive contract - and we’re about to find out how it will work when the format is opened out to include any and every subject rather than just sport.
Look Out For: The boys’ answers to the show’s signature question - is it okay? During the Paralympics it was used to make sure everyone avoided offending the competitors taking part.
Now it’s been opened up to include any topic you care to name. We can’t wait to see how Hills, Widdicombe and Brooker respond.
Hills says: “It’s not often you get the chance to do something you absolutely love, that people seem to connect with. I thought The Last Leg was going to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I’m over the moon to think that we can do it all again.”