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Late Paul O’Grady’s last ever TV series just days away from hitting screens – and it’s set to be a major tearjerker

PAUL O’Grady is making a return to screen for his final ever TV project filmed before his death.

The TV legend recorded a final series of his Great Elephant Adventures before his death last year.

SplashPaul O’Grady is returning to screens with a new two-part elephant documentary[/caption]

ITVHe will be hosting a new show titled Great Elephant Adventures[/caption]

The beloved comedian and broadcaster died a year ago this month, shocking the TV world and leaving fans distraught.

Now it has been confirmed that fans will be able to tune into the show on Sunday 31 March.

It will be aired across two episodes after being the last show to be filmed after his death.

Paul was a devoted and well-known animal lover and had previously recorded a similar series in which he spent time with elephants called Paul O Grady’s Animal Orphans in 2014.

The airing of the show is set to be bittersweet for his fans as they both relish getting to see him on screens once again whilst mourning the loss of such a legendary TV star.

Although Great Elephant Adventures will be the final series that Paul recorded before his untimely passing, he will still be seen on-screen in another special upcoming documentary.

ITV have confirmed they have commissioned a special programme looking at the life of Paul’s alter-ego, Lily Savage.

Titled The Life and Death of Lily Savage, Paul’s special doc will be told through the prism of his famous creation and set in the backdrop of 70s Britain.

For the first time Paul’s daughter Sharyn Mousley will speak about her father in the doc.

The special will also reveal the real reason why Paul suddenly chose to kill his drag ego off after more than 20 years.

Paul was aged 67 when he died of cardiac arrhythmia at his home on March 28th.

Alison Hammond was recently announced as Paul’s replacement for his beloved show For the Love of Dogs which will return in his honour.

Alison, 48, will be heading to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home to help the animals in their care to look for a new place to live later this year. 

But the announcement has been met with criticism, as Paul’s fans are not happy with Alison as the new presenter. 

Many believe Alison, who also presents The Great British Bake Off, is “overexposed” while others claim that she isn’t a true dog lover like Paul. 

PAThe programme was the last one to be filmed before Paul’s death[/caption]

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