On the day that Zig & Zag celebrated the 33-year anniversary of their first appearance on RTÉ's kids show on The Den, RTÉ has announced a new weekend family show reuniting Ray D’Arcy with his alien buddies and Dustin the Turkey.
The gang made a brief comeback when they reunited for RTÉ Does Comic Relief earlier this year and now they’ve decided to go the whole hog and get the band back together for a new show.
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Announcing the news on his radio show this afternoon, Ray said: "The Den will return in November! We’re on in the lead-up to Christmas.
THE DEN IS COMING BACK!— Ray D'Arcy Radio (@RadioRayRTE) September 22, 2020
Ray has just announced that 33 years after Zig and Zag came into our lives, The Den is coming back to our screens!
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"We’re there for the boys and girls and parents and inviting them to do all the thing they used to, and more! It’s all very exciting and I can’t wait to be on telly with the boys again. People out there need a bit of mayhem, madness and boldness and that’s what we hope to deliver."
Pride of Sallynoggin Dustin added, "33 years after we started, we’re going back on the telly live!’ said Zig and Zag this afternoon. 'We’re going to have brilliant craic."
The Den promises a mix of nostalgia, fun, and laughs and in its family friendly RTÉ One slot of 6.30pm on Sundays evenings from November 8.