Kirstie Alley and Keith Allen are set to transport behind in time as contestants on a new luminary story show.
Time Crashers is set to launch on Channel 4, where celebrities will take on a tiresome plea of vital as one of a downtrodden masses in a operation of ended eras, from Tudor to Gothic times.
According to The Sun, Kirstie and Keith are among a latest famous faces volunteering to muck adult for a series, that will see a competitor who copes a best crowned Ultimate Time Crasher.
Others holding partial embody former Coronation Street star Charlie Condou, footballer Jermaine Jenas, Meg Matthews, Fern Britton, newsreader Louise Minchin, weightlifter Zoe Smith, Olympic long-jumper Greg Rutherford and comedian Chris Ramsey.
Sir Tony Robinson and archaeologist Dr Cassie Newland will horde a uncover when it front after this year. It is now being filmed with assistance from a broadcaster’s significant department, to make certain it is factually accurate.
However, Time Crashers has some strikingly identical foe – a BBC has a new array entrance adult called 24 Hours In The Past, that will see celebrities take on some of a many rude Victorian jobs for 4 days during a time.
Ann Widdecombe, Zoe Lucker, Tyger Drew-Honey, Alistair McGowan, Colin Jackson and Miquita Oliver will all take turns during operative in settings including a Victorian balderdash tip and a workhouse.
The array is also set to atmosphere after this year and has been described by a BBC as “living story as you’ve never seen it before, finish with rats, poo and rotting meat”.