Jonathan Ross has landed a new "best of" chat show series.
The 59-year-old TV presenter has invited celebrity guests to bare all on his talk show 'The Jonathan Ross Show' since 2011, and now ITV have commissioned a new series looking at the most memorable clips from the 15 seasons.
A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column: "Without a spring series there's more of a demand again for Jonathan and his show."
It comes after ITV decided to shelve the spring series back in December, and only air one series a year in the autumn.
A TV insider said at the time: "There's no doubting Jonathan is one of telly's best chat show hosts, but his series is really struggling.
"When a show is rested, that usually means a broadcaster is hoping they can find something better to replace it and that certainly seems the case here."
The last season saw 'Cats' stars Jason Derulo and Rebel Wilson, as well as 'Rocketman' actor Taron Egerton join the host for the final episode, which drew in 1.2 million viewers.
Jonathan has been competing with rival chat show host Graham Norton for years, and previously claimed his fellow TV presenter is ahead of the game in terms of booking movie stars.
He said: "I think Graham gets first bite of film guests.
"Some stars prefer his show over mine because they're less protected on my programme. If they go on Graham's, three guests all sit together on the sofa."
News about Jonathan's new show comes after reports his wife Jane Goldman is in "advanced talks" to join 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 49-year-old screenwriter - who has worked on the likes of 'X-Men: First Class' and both 'Kingsman' movies - is said to be lined up to join the next series of the BBC Latin and ballroom show after meeting with talent executive Stefania Aleksander last week.
An insider said: "Jane is one of the names at the top of the list for this year's show.
"She has told friends she would love to have a whirl on the dancefloor.
"Jane knows Craig Revel Horwood, who's a judge on the show, and he has encouraged her to give it a whirl."