The Voice Kids

This June, there's new and exciting shows on ITV Choice for you to enjoy.

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Here's what you can look forward to:

What Would Your Kid Do? from Friday, 1 June at 20:00
The brand new entertainment show which challenges parents to guess how their children will behave in a variety of situations, merging specialist factual child development psychology with an entertaining gameshow mechanic.

Children are filmed in a real world setting, thinking it’s just another day at school and un-assumingly going through a number of tasks that explore everything from curiosity to lateral thinking, risk taking to rule breaking. As the situations unfold, host Jason Manford observes alongside the parents as they try to predict what their child will do in each situation, providing a fascinating and often hilariously telling insight into the mind of children. Manford will also have a few surprises up his sleeve that will see him join the children in their world. At the end of the show the parents who have shown they know their child the best, and correctly predicted their behaviour, will play for a family prize alongside their child. This fresh format is full of laughs and heart-warming moments that will entertain and inform in equal measure.

Bliss, from Tuesday, 5 June at 20:00
From acclaimed writer, director and performer David Cross (Arrested Development) and featuring a star-studded cast including Heather Graham and Stephen Mangan (Episodes), this unmissable new comedy follows the complicated double life of a successful travel writer.

Through extenuating circumstances, he finds himself living between two families. With two wives and two children whose existences are unknown to each other, Andrew (Mangan) lives in a constant state of moral crisis as he struggles to balance his time and energies between his wife Kim (Graham) and teenage daughter Christina and his other family, wife Denise (Jo Hartley) and their teenage son Kris. As Andrew’s two worlds become ever harder to contain, so does his sanity. And he finds himself going to increasingly drastic measures to protect the two families he loves.

The Chase Celebrity VII, from 11 June at 17:15
The Celebrity Chase, presented by the inimitable Bradley Walsh, where four celebrities take on one of the country’s finest quiz brains in order to win thousands of Pounds for their chosen charities. But who will they be facing?

Will they have to grapple with The Governess, Anne Hegerty? Could they be in a showdown against The Sinnerman, Paul Sinha? Perhaps they can outfox The Vixen, Jenny Ryan? Are they good enough to decimate The Dark Destroyer, Shaun Wallace or maybe even bring down the biggest of them all, The Beast, Mark Labbett. They think they’re clever enough so, The Chase in on!

Keith And Paddy Picture Show II, from 12 June at 20:30​
The Keith and Paddy Picture Show is an affectionate yet hilarious tribute to some of the biggest films of all time. Each week Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness attempt to recreate an iconic movie in 30 minutes with the help of an all-star celebrity cast. What could possibly go wrong? Every episode is a clever mix of the film recreations (high-end, shot-for-shot parodies of the key scenes from the movie) and behind-the-scenes mock-doc footage following the boys as they struggle to bring their movie recreations to life. The new series sees them recreate Grease, Top Gun, Jurassic Park, Pretty Woman and Terminator 2.

The Voice Kids: 2017, from 23 June at 18:00​
The Voice Kids is the junior version of The Voice UK, with the age limit being 7-14 years old. There are four stages: Blind Auditions, Battle Rounds, Semi-Finals and the Live Final. The coaches, will.i.am, Danny Jones and Pixie Lott, search to uncover the best junior talent Britain has to offer. This series will be followed by the 2018 series of The Voice Kids in July, which will be broadcast within a couple of weeks of the UK.