Bradley Walsh cut a very dapper figure as he sported a tweed suit in a first look snap of his character Pop Larkin released on Thursday.
The Chase host, 60, donned sideburns as he posed with co-star Joanna Scanlan, 59, who plays Ma Larkin, in The Darling Buds of May reboot.
Now confirmed as airing this Autumn, the stars will lead the cast which also boasts Bridgerton‘s Sabrina Bartlett, Tok Stephen and Stephen Hagan.
In character: Bradley Walsh cut a very dapper figure as he transformed into Pop Larkin and joined co-star Joanna Scanlan as Ma in a first look snap from The Larkins released on Thursday
Bradley wrapped an arm around his on-screen wife for the image and added a splash of colour through a bright yellow tie.
Joanna also looked fantastic in her 1950s-style floral dress and sleeveless jacket which boasted a pink floral pattern.
The actress wore her brunette locks in smart curls and sported a slick of red lipstick in the first image from the series, which was taken outside.
Bradley, who is taking over the role of the wheeler-dealer which was played by David Jason in the 90s, has been seen filming in Faversham, Kent, in recent weeks.
Originals: David Jason and Pam Ferris portrayed lovable Pop and Ma in The Darling Buds Of May back in the Nineties
Arriving on ITV this Autumn is The Larkins, is the much anticipated new television adaption of H.E Bates’ novel The Darling Buds of May.
This new six-part series is written by screenwriter Simon Nye and aims to capture the warmth, optimism and escapism of The Larkin family for a modern generation.
Set in the late 1950’s, The Larkins is the story of a working-class family led by the golden-hearted wheeler dealer Pop Larkin (Bradley) and his wife Ma (Joanna), together with their six children.
Fiercely loyal to each other and their community, each Larkin family member has a strong work ethic, alongside a disinterest in authority.
New role: The Chase host, 60, looked incredibly similar in his smart suit and sideburns as actor David Jason (right) who played the character in the Nineties
In the idyllic and beautiful Kent countryside, The Larkins have achieved a small patch of paradise where nothing is wasted and they enjoy life to the full.
Alongside their battles with authority and snobbish villagers, The Larkins will follow the love story between the family’s daughter Mariette ( played by Bridgerton actress Sabrina Bartlett) and village newcomer Cedric ‘Charley’ Charlton (Tok Stephen).
Charley arrives in the village as an unworldly and officious accountant from the city, there to investigate the Larkins’ tax affairs. He is soon distracted by the beautiful Mariette, with whom he falls head over heels in love.
However, he quickly discovers that he has a romantic rival in the form of the handsome and mysterious Tom Fisher (Stephen Hagan). Mariette, on the other hand, may have plans of her own, which don’t involve men.
Matriarch: Among the cast is Joanna Scanlan, 59, (left) who takes over from Pam Ferris (right) as Pop’s wife Ma Larkin
Speaking about taking on the role of Pop Larkin earlier this year, Bradley said: ‘I’m thrilled to be asked to be part of this much loved and iconic series of stories.
‘The warmth and affection that H. E Bates has generated through his books is so uplifting and I cannot wait to be part of the Larkin family. It’ll be a hoot.’
ITV also confirmed several other new shows coming to its Autumn schedule on Thursday, including drama Stephen. This is a three part sequel to The Murder of Stephen Lawrence and stars Hugh Quarshie, Sharlene Whyte and Steve Coogan.
The series portrays events from 2006, thirteen years after Stephen’s death on the evening of 22 April 1993, from a racially motivated attack whilst waiting for a bus in Well Hall Road, Eltham.
Lookalike: Sabrina Bartlett (left) has been cast as Mariette in the ITV remake of The Darling Buds of May – the same role which catapulted Catherine Zeta Jones (right) to stardom
A vision: The role was responsible for launching the career of Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, now 51, who portrayed Mariette in the original ITV series (pictured in 1991)
Elsewhere, Martin Clunes returns in Manhunt where he reprises his role as the former London Metropolitan Police Detective Chief Inspector Colin Sutton.
This new four-part drama, is the real-life story of the police pursuit of a notorious burglar and rapist, whose 17 year reign of terror left thousands of elderly people in South East London living in fear and is based on the diaries of Colin Sutton.
Homeland writer and executive producer Patrick Harbinson has adapted The Tower for ITV. Starring Gemma Whelan, Emmett. J Scanlan, Tahirah Sharif and Jimmy Akimbola, the series is based on Kate London’s best-selling novel, Post Mortem.
Additionally, Angela Black is a Hitchcockian thriller that follows one woman as she risks everything she holds dear to fight back against the man who has suppressed and tormented her for most of her adult life.
Original cast: The popular Nineties family drama, which was set in 50s, followed Pop Laarkin, his wife Ma and their children in all their antics (pictured the original cast)
Making a return: Philip Franks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Pam Ferris and David Jason starred in the original hit series
It stars Joanne Froggatt, Michiel Huisman and Samuel Adewunmi and is written by BAFTA-nominated and Emmy and Golden Globe-winning producers and screenwriters Harry and Jack Williams.
Line Of Duty’s Anna Maxwell Martin and Rachael Stirling star in Hollington Drive and Ben Aldridge plays the lead in The Long Call alongside Pearl Mackie, Juliet Stevenson and Martin Shaw adapted from Ann Cleeve’s novel of the same title.
Other new shows including Gary Lineker’s quiz show Sitting On A Fortune and Paul O’Grady has a new series called Paul O’Grady’s Saturday Line Up.
New show: ITV also confirmed several other new shows coming to its Autumn schedule on Thursday, including drama Stephen (pictured Steve Coogan in a first look snap)