When is Spitting Image Back on TV: Know more about Spitting Image Trailer, Michael Gove Spitting Image Puppet and more.

Updated: Sep 24,2020 14:01 GMT

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When is Spitting Image Back on TV - With the world in such a chaotic state dealing with a pandemic, Humour or comedy is essential enough to keep ourselves sane, especially when it's about our national political leaders who are ridiculous? As such, the long-awaited return of Spitting Image to our screens couldn't have arrived at even a better time. Scroll down to read more about which channel is Spitting Image on; when would Spitting Image Back on TV, about the Spitting Image Trailer, Michael Gove Spitting Image Puppet, and also know which characters are going to feature in Spitting Image.

Spitting Image 

Spitting Image had last appeared on ITV in February 1996 and despite attempts at a revival has taken off from our screens for 24 long years now. That's all set to bring a difference in 2020 as the puppet-led satire is due to make its return on the streaming service, BritBox that is created by ITV is BBC in 2017. At the same time, the original version of the series focused on political figures of the 1980s and 90s, most notably Margaret Thatcher, Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings and Donald Trump are all set to feature in this updated version. A subscription to BritBox is priced at £5.99 per month here in the UK, while a 30-day free trial is also available.

When is Spitting Image Back on TV

The satirical puppet series that parodies political leaders and notable celebrities was initially broadcast on ITV between 1984 and 1996 and was a massive success in its heyday, attracting around 15 million viewers at its peak, which is not an easy task. Now, Spitting Image is set to return on the streaming service BritBox but just when is Spitting Image due to release? It's due to stream on BritBox, a streaming service by BBC and ITV, in the autumn of 2020. The release date is to announce.

Which characters are going to feature in Spitting Image?

The public figures that have confirmed to be part of are:
Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, Kim Kardashian, Adele, Jurgen Klopp, Bernie Sanders, Vladamir Putin, Melania Trump, Prince Andrew, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Greta Thunberg (who will appear as a "roving reporter" giving weather updates) Elon Musk and Beyonce

What channel is Spitting Image telecasted?

The first of two new series shall be available on the £5.99-a-month service this autumn as we all look forward to, with a second to follow next year. In September, the Guardian revealed Spitting Image would be returning to TV.

Spitting Image Trailer

The trailer for the series of the ever super TV show, Spitting Image has arrived. The iconic puppet-based satire is all set to come on streaming service BritBox from October 3. In the new trailer, caricatures of Donald Trump, Kanye West and Gwyneth Paltrow make cameos, which is much awaited. Opening of the trailer is with Trump and Boris Johnson having a conversation in the Oval Office, where US president declares that the idea of a puppet TV show is the "very most moronic thing I've heard."

Michael Gove Spitting Image Puppet

Spitting Image has released new puppets representing cabinet members in Boris Johnson's government. Michael Gove was said to be too "flattered" to be a puppet, despite the use of two genitals to form his face. Dominic Raab represented as a black karate belt - a nod to his participation in the sport for 17 years. Now, home secretary, Patel has been dressed up as a "vampire" as she becomes the latest minister to get the Spitting Image treatment.


 

When is Spitting Image Back on TV - FAQ'S

1. What channel is Spitting Image Back telecasted?

The first of two new series shall be available on the £5.99-a-month service this autumn as we all look forward to, with a second to follow next year. In September, the Guardian revealed Spitting Image would be returning to TV.


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