Get ready for a British take on the new Prime Video Japanese reboot of the physical challenge show Takeshi’s Castle.

Comedians Romesh Ranganathan and Tom Davies will be your guides as they take you through the hilarious, dramatic, and at times utterly baffling world of Takeshi’s Castle 2023. With their trademark mix of infectious enthusiasm and world-weary cynicism, they’ll transport you back to the essence of ‘90s mayhem as you watch over 100 contestants attempt to storm the impenetrable Castle, fighting off all manner of guards, devils, and giant foam mushrooms along the way. Only the bravest and luckiest will make it through to take on Takeshi himself, and potentially bank 1 million yen.

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How to watch ‘Romesh and Tom Take Takeshi’s Castle’ on Prime Video

An obstacle course from the physical challenge show Takeshi's Castle

Romesh and Tom Take Takeshi’s Castle will premiere on Prime Video on 30 August. Prime Video is included with a Prime membership, which costs £8.99 per month or £95 a year. Prime members can watch Romesh and Tom take Takeshi’s Castle for free, as well as thousands of other shows and movies.

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What else can you watch on Prime Video?

An obstacle course from the physical challenge show Takeshi's Castle

Prime Video offers customers a vast collection of TV shows, movies, sports and more! UK-produced Originals such as The Rig, The Devil’s Hour, BAFTA-winning Jungle and Good Omens are there waiting for you to explore.

You can also enjoy global hits like The Lord of The Rings: The Rings of Power and The Boys as well as movies like My Policeman and Shotgun Wedding. Sports fans can also indulge in live coverage of Premier League football matches and ATP and WTA Tour tennis.

The entire collection is readily available for browsing within the Prime Video app or on the web at no extra cost, ensuring that there's a constant stream of fresh content for you to discover and relish.

Remember to mark your calendars for 30 August to watch Romesh and Tom Take Takeshi’s Castle.