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Channel 4 sources just confirmed that 'The Crystal Maze' will return

Channel 4 is bringing back cult entertainment show "The Crystal Maze" after a 21-year hiatus from British television. The commercial broadcaster is on the brink of commissioning a celebrity special for its "Stand Up To Cancer" programming line-up in October — a fundraising initiative encouraging viewers to donate to Cancer Research UK. The Sun originally reported Channel 4's plans and sources at the broadcaster confirmed to Business Insider that a deal is close to being finalised.
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