The Graham Norton show has been replaced in a massive BBC One summer shakeup, it was revealed on Wednesday.
The long-running show hosted by Graham, 60, usually airs on the channel on Friday nights at 10:40 p.m.
Originally shown on BBC Two in 2007, his show got the prestigious slot in 2010 when it replaced Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.
It finished its last series in February ahead of two “best bits” compilation episodes.
The show is off the air for six months during the summer break, with its 31st season starting later this year.
Taking a break: The Graham Norton Show has been replaced in a massive BBC One summer shakeup, it was revealed on Wednesday
Next up: While the show is off the air for six months over the summer holidays, BBC One will start broadcasting The Chris and Rosie Ramsey Show from May 12.
BBC One has been airing movies on Friday nights ever since, but will start airing The Chris and Rosie Ramsey Show from May 12.
Meanwhile, presenter Graham is in for a busy summer as the star-studded team have announced that they will be hosting the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest from Liverpool for audiences around the world.
Eurovision legend Graham will present the grand finale on May 13 before a global audience of 160 million, along with singer-songwriter and frontman of the Ukrainian alternative band The Hardkiss, Julia Sanina.
Emmy Award-winning actress Hannah Waddingham and pop star Alesha Dixon will also be with them.
Julia, Hannah and Alesha will host the two semi-finals live on May 9 and 11 from Liverpool.
Ukrainian broadcaster Timur Miroshnychenko will be the Eurovision correspondent in Liverpool, appearing in VT inserts during the live shows and providing live information from the Ukraine comment box at Liverpool Arena.
He will co-host the live stream of the opening ceremony on the official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel with presenter Sam Quek from Liverpool.
For the big final commentary on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, Graham and comedian Mel Giedroyc will take turns in the commentary box to give viewers at home their unique and expert take on the acts of 2023.
Iconic: Graham, meanwhile, is in for a busy summer as the star-studded team that will host the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 from Liverpool has been announced.
For the first time in UK Eurovision Song Contest history, both semi-finals are broadcast live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
Radio DJs Scott Mills and Rylan will bring their colorful commentary to the British public.
There will be a dedicated commentary team on BBC Radio Merseyside, including Claire Sweeney and talent show winner The Voice of Eurovision, who are currently scouting for new talent from Liverpool.