'SAS: Who Dares Wins' bosses are in talks to make a kids' version of the show.

Ant Middleton

Ant Middleton

The TV bosses behind the Channel 4 reality survival series - which follows chief instructor Ant Middleton and a group of ex-Special Forces - think it could be made in new formats after the success of the celebrity adaptation.

Special Forces officer Ollie Ollerton told The Sun Online: "We have talked about that in different formats.

"There has been talks about that but I don't think they'd change the format of 'Celebrity SAS'. There is definitely space for a similar kind of thing for kids."

Ant and his team recreate the Special Air Service gruelling selection process, testing the the physical and psychological resilience of the participants.

The latest series has seen celebrities Katie Price, Helen Skelton, Brendan Cole and more face their biggest fears on the freezing cold Scottish island of Raasay.

But a kids-led version of the programme would have to dramatically change, starting with Ant's foul language.

Ollie added: "I don't know how Ant would get on with the swearing. There would be more bleeps than words."

Channel 4 bosses are also planning to move filming to a warmer location, which Ollie thinks will be the ultimate test.

He said: "The UK will be wanting to film the next 'SAS: Who Dares Wins' [after lockdown]. I think to be honest we are pushing for somewhere warm next time, so that would be a preference, for sure.

"We are doing a version for Australia, or we were, hopefully that is going to get renegotiated. It should be going forward. I think I'd like to go somewhere like Bora Bora, French Polynesia."