Adrian Dunbar, Vicky McClure and Martin Compston will be letting us into their telly binge on Friday night, as they join a selection of famous faces taking part to in Celebrity Gogglebox for Stand Up To Cancer.
The Line Of Duty stars will all be convening to watch some of the week's finest telly, allowing the cameras in to capture them in a very different atmosphere to what we're used to seeing in the interrogation room.
Also starring on the Channel 4 show will be The Who's lead singer, Roger Daltrey, 76, comedian John Bishop and fellow comics David Mitchell and his wife Victoria Coren Mitchell.
Mo Gilligan and Babatunde Aleshe will also return to the show after a successful previous stint, alongside Football big-name turned I'm A Celeb favourite Harry Redknapp and his wife Sandra, Zoe Ball and The Circle star Woody Cook and Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling.
Meanwhile, Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford and Martin and Roman Kemp will also be back, alongside Susanna Reid and Judge Rinder, Nicola Adams and her partner, Ella Baig and Youtuber KSI will be back with S-X.
Other stars appearing include Jamie Theakston and Ashley Roberts, Vic Reeves and Jools Holland, Johnny Vegas and Bev Dixon.
Nigel Havers and Denis Lawson, Shaun Ryder and Bez, Denise Van Outen and Eddie Boxshall and Nick and Liv Grimshaw will appear too, alongside Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash.
Plus, Celeb Gogglebox fave Rylan Clark-Neal will beback with his mum Linda, joined by Emilia Fox and Joanna David and Gyles Brandreth and Maureen Lipman.
The Line Of Duty signing is massive for Gogglebox, seeing as they're stars of a show which its sofa-dwellers regularly watch.
Adrian, better known as Superintendent Ted Hastings, said: "It's an honour to be part of the esteemed Gogglebox line-up."
Meanwhile, Martin, who plays as Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott, agreed: "We had such a laugh filming Gogglebox."
Vicky - or Detective Inspector Kate Fleming - added: "I am really chuffed to be asked."
The stars are also in the middle of filming season six of Line Of Duty, after an initial delay due to coronavirus.
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