WATCH: Right here's a primary take a look at ITV's Love Island spin-off 'My Mum, Your Dad' introduced by Davina McCall

We’re already hooked!!

ITV has lastly given viewers a primary take a look at the Love Island spin-off, My Mum, Your Dad.

The brand new present will see single mother and father nominated by their kids in an try to search out love once more – or for the primary time.

Every of the dates will likely be watched in secret by their grown-up youngsters from a close-by location referred to as ‘The Bunker’ the place they may be capable of share their opinions in real-time.

They will even have the facility to decide on who their mum or dad’s future love curiosity could possibly be.

Davina McCall, who will current the brand new present, just lately took to social media to say: “Thank goodness the key is lastly out. I have been bursting to inform.

“I am so, so excited to host My Mum, Your Dad – this present could have you so invested within the individuals in it.

“Fascinating, vibrant people who’ve lived unbelievable lives already, with one million life classes underneath their belts, as they seek for their excellent life companion.

“But in addition with the juiciest twist of any present I’ve ever labored on.”

ITV has lastly given viewers a primary take a look at what to anticipate with the brand new present, sharing three quick clips to Twitter.

Over the sequence, which can encompass 10-episodes, the mother and father will all stay in a rustic home retreat in West Sussex.

The sequence has but to be given a launch date, however ITV has stated it’s going to seemingly be this autumn.

Talking concerning the present, Paul Mortimer, ITV’s director of actuality and acquisitions, stated: “My Mum, Your Dad is ready to be a relationship present with a distinction, as we observe the emotional and galvanizing journeys of single mother and father trying to discover love as soon as extra.

“With Davina on the helm, this will likely be a grown-up iteration of a sequence within the relationship style that, to this point, has largely been the protect of youthful viewers.”