The new host of Blockbusters, broadcaster Simon Mayo, has told Sky News why his version of the programme will work where other attempts to bring it back have failed.
The iconic quiz show is set to return to screens on Challenge TV later this spring.
It will be the first time it has been broadcast in the original format from the 1980s and 90s, when the late Bob Holness was host.
"Because of the play-along factor, that's why it is going to work," Mayo told Sky's Eamonn Holmes.
"It is why it always worked in the first place. That and Bob Holness.
"We went back to the classic format, because they changed it a little bit.
"Liza Tarbuck did it for a while, Michael Aspel did it for a while and they re-arranged the format a little bit, but this is back to the original version that Bob did."
Blockbusters is a British game show in which contestants answer trivia questions to complete a path across or down a gameboard of hexagons.
It ran on TV for 11 years between 1983 and 1994 with Holness as host the whole time.
"Can I have a 'P' please, Bob?" was a catchphrase the programme made famous and seemingly still makes a generation of viewers snigger.
"Every single new audience, as soon as someone said 'Can I have a 'P' please?' It either gets a huge round of applause or a laugh or both," Mayo said about filming the series.