Morning Stay will return subsequent 12 months (Image: BBC)
The BBC have confirmed that Kym Marsh and Gethin Jones will return with Morning Stay in 2021.
However Beeb bosses have confirmed a second sequence has now been commissioned, and the duo will return early within the new 12 months.
On the announcement, former Corrie star Kym stated: ‘This 12 months has been actually difficult and unsettling for us all.
‘To have been in a position to preserve our viewers firm, and hopefully carry them a little bit of positivity, in addition to some helpful ideas and data, has been an actual privilege for Gethin and me.
‘I can’t wait to be again on display screen with our Morning Stay household and I can’t consider a greater group to be beside as we navigate no matter 2021 throws at us.’
The BBC sequence is a rival to ITV’s This Morning (Image: BBC)
‘Once we began, I described the present as an enormous group message, and that group has grown,’ Gethin added.
‘We’ll proceed to work laborious to place our viewers on the coronary heart of the conversations. See you quickly!’
Morning Stay’s been drawing in 1.4million viewers on common every day, with Gethin and Kym interviewing movie star company from the studio.
Each Kym and Gethin will probably be again (Image: BBC)
This was expanded to incorporate visitor options from Dr Xand van Tulleken to provide medical updates round Covid-19 and Rav Wilding warning concerning the newest scams and safety breaches.
Anna Haugh later joined for a kitchen part, recipes and meals ideas, whereas Will Kirk provides his DIY experience.
For the animal lovers, Dr James Greenwood (together with Ollie the canine) has shared weekly veterinary steering.
Tonight’s sequence will finish with Kym and Gethin serving to out at a Manchester meals pantry, and Autumnwatch’s Chris Packham taking viewers on a winter stroll.
Morning Stay airs 9.15am weekdays on BBC One.