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The Cabins: Who narrates the ITV reality show?

Maisie Adam provides the humour throughout

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Francesca Shillcock
Senior Features Writer
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The voiceover of a dating show makes it what it is. Similar to Love Island and Iain Stirling, ITV2's The Cabins has brought in a narrator to guide us through the brand new dating show, providing humour and quick wit in the process.

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So who is the voice behind The Cabins? Meet Maisie Adam below…

WATCH: ITV's The Cabins official trailer

Who narrates The Cabins?

Maisie Adam is the voice behind the show. Maisie is a comedian who has appeared on a number of panel shows like 8 Out of Ten Cats, Mock the Week and Have I Got News For You. She started her career by working the stand-up circuit at performing at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and was even nominated for the Best Newcomer award. In 2017, she won the festival contest So You Think You're Funny.

Announcing her narrating role for The Cabins on Twitter recently, Maisie wrote: "FINALLY I CAN SAY IT!!! Anyone who knows me knows I b****y LOVE a dating show, so I'm over the moon to be providing the voice in your ears for this brilliant show - I can't wait for you all to see it!"

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Comedian Maisie Adam is the voice behind The Cabins

When is The Cabins on TV?

The Cabins premiered on ITV2 on Monday night at 9pm. The show, dubbed the 'Winter Love Island', will be aired nightly and is on screens for at least three weeks, ITV have confirmed. That's our January sorted!

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What is The Cabins about?

The Cabins will see six contestants take on the ultimate first date challenge: moving in together. The group will spend time together in the romantic setting, getting to know one another before deciding after 24 hours whether to continue in the hope of finding everlasting love or walk away.

The official synopsis for the brand new programme reads: "Singletons are ditching the dating apps, giving up the ghosting and casting off the catfishers in favour of spending 24-hours getting to know each other in an intimate log cabin.

"Nestled in the UK, each sumptuous cabin boasts a hot tub, games, romantic outdoor seating and fully equipped kitchens to rustle up date-worthy treats. After a day together the couples must decide if they are lovestruck or lovelorn."

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