Have you ever thought you have what it takes to successfully take on The Crystal Maze, but never had the opportunity to try it out?
Well here is your time to shine!
The Crystal Maze is returning to our television screens, airing on Channel 4, but it's missing one vital ingredient.
Yes you guessed it - willing contestants to take part.
The new series will be hosted by Hammersmith's Richard Ayoade, an actor, comedian, television presenter, writer and director.
Recognise him? Yes you may know him from the Channel 4 British sitcom, The IT Crowd.
Following a successful Crystal Maze celebrity charity special in 2016, the 90s game show will return for a full series later this year.
Commissioning editor at Channel 4, Tom Beck said: "The Stand Up To Cancer special was so brilliant and so successful that commissioning a series of The Crystal Maze was almost a no-brainer."
The charity show featured celebrities including Rio Ferdinand and Michelle Keegan, who were guided through the maze by host, Stephen Merchant.
When asked what he was doing hosting the show, the actor joked: "Just trying not to ruin people's fond memories of the original."
The original series ran from 1990 until 1995 and was initially hosted by Richard O’Brien, the writer of successful musical, The Rocky Horror Show.
After three years, musician, presenter and actor, Ed Tudor-Pole took over the role.
And now, almost 30 years after it was first created, it's your turn to take on the maze.
Fizz, part of production company RDF Television, is looking for teams for the new series.
Each team will be made up of five people who are prepared to navigate their way through the different time zones of the maze to successfully win crystals for the final challenge.
How to apply
If you think you have got what it takes to take on the famous maze, click here for more information and to apply.
You must be at least 18 and have a team of five, with a standby sixth player.
When is the closing date?
The closing date for applications is March 10.
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