WHO Do You Think You Are? has returned for a brand new series, helping a host of celebrities discover their roots.
But who is taking part? And when is it next on BBC One? Here’s all you need to know about the popular show…
When can I watch Who Do You Think You Are?
The show will return for the fourth episode of its 15th series on Wednesday, July 2018 at 9pm on BBC One.
It’s been airing on Monday nights so far in the current season, but is changing timeslot for one week only.
So that is showing in the place of Who Do You Think You Are? tonight, before the series finale airs on Tuesday night.
Who features on the new series of Who Do You Think You Are?
The fifteenth series of the hit BBC show features…
- Coronation Street and Our Girl actress Michelle Keegan
- Multi-award winning actress and star of The Crown Olivia Colman
- Musician, DJ, fashion designer and British icon Boy George
- Strictly Come Dancing’s Head Judge Shirley Ballas
- Comedian and Not Going Out actor Lee Mack
- Presenter and former JLS member Marvin Humes
- Barrister and television personality Judge Rinder
- Gold medal-winning Paralympian Jonnie Peacock
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What is Who Do You Think You Are? And what will happen on the new series?
Each episode of Who Do You Think You Are? follows a celebrity delving into the secrets of their ancestors.
Series fifteen reveals shocking discoveries, laughter and tears along the way, as our eight celebrities travel around the world to unearth the secrets of their ancestors.
Olivia Colman’s journey is one of equal contrasts as she voyages from her family home in Norfolk to India, discovering that her ancestry is more diverse than she had originally thought.
While Lee Mack’s investigation brings to light a comedy connection to his great-grandfather who performed on the frontline during WW1.
From adultery to asylums, illicit drinking dens to revolutions, our celebrities travel around the world, from Gibraltar to Genoa, India, Jamaica, South Africa and Latvia, as they solve the mysteries in their family trees.