BBC One show Bridge of Lies, filmed in Glasgow, is set to return to screens.

The hit series is returning for a third season with new regular episodes and a second season with celebrity episodes in 2024.

Both were filmed in Glasgow's Kelvin Hall and hosted by Ross Kemp.

Glasgow Times: Kimberley Wyatt, Amelle Berrabah, Claire Richards, Kelle BryanKimberley Wyatt, Amelle Berrabah, Claire Richards, Kelle Bryan (Image: Supplied)

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He said: I’m overwhelmed at the response we’ve had from audiences for this show. It’s great for all the family to get involved in, both in the day and on Saturday evenings.

"Hosting Bridge of Lies, with all its jeopardy, tension and hilarious moments, is one of the most enjoyable parts of my year, so I’m delighted it’s been recommissioned by the BBC and can’t wait to get back filming in Glasgow.”

Rob Unsworth, head of BBC Daytime, said: “Bridge of Lies has been a real hit with daytime audiences, so I’m delighted to be bringing it back for a third series.

"It’s a unique and winning format, and Ross does a brilliant job making contestants feel at ease when they’re under pressure.

"I know viewers will be as excited as I am to see it return.”