New Sunday night series on Seven

Star of the stage and Dancing With The Stars judge Todd McKenney will step into the host seat of the new primetime nostalgic entertainment series YOU MAY BE RIGHT - premiering next month on Channel Seven.

McKenney will be master of ceremonies overseeing two teams of celebrities, pitched against each other as their knowledge of classic movies, music and television is put to the test.

YOU MAY BE RIGHT will screen weekly from Sunday August 13 at 7.30pm - following the return of the country's Number One nostalgia series, Where Are They Now?, hosted by David Koch and Melissa Doyle, at 6.30pm.

In YOU MAY BE RIGHT, teams must compete in a series of games ranging from 'guess that tune' with a twist in 'Looney Tunes'; to the thrill-a-second, ' Face Race' which can be best described as "charades meets karaoke on steroids!"

A surprise guest celebrity will keep the two teams guessing each week in the game 'Crate Expectations' and members of the live studio audience have a chance to be involved in 'Slay That Song'.

McKenney said: "I've always had a head full of trivia so I'm thrilled I finally get to use it as we revisit tv shows, legendary movies, daggy tv ads and music clips each week. And the best part is that everybody at home can play along."

McKenney will be joined by the YOU MAY BE RIGHT house band - the very talented, very red, larger than life, Scared Weird Little Guys , whose frenzied blend of music, comedy and theatre promises to keep the celebrity teams on their toes.

Seven's Head Of Program Development, Bradley Lyons, said: "The time is right to have some fun with all the movies, TV programs and songs that have surrounded us throughout our lives. YOU MAY BE RIGHT will be great entertainment for people of all ages on a Sunday night."

YOU MAY BE RIGHT is a joint production between Beyond and the Seven Network.