Paul O'Grady's final TV series hitting screens next month – and it's set to be a huge tearjerker | The Sun
PAUL O'Grady's final TV show is due to air next month – and get your tissues ready because it's going to be emotional.
The TV personality and comedian sadly died earlier this year in news that shocked the TV and entertainment world.
It was confirmed that Paul had died as a result of cardiac arrhythmia following a history of heart problems.
But fans will get to see him in action again as the late Paul O’Grady’s final series of For Love The Dogs returns with more heartwarming tales from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
The popular series will return to ITV on Thursday, September 7th.
The episode will see the team left scratching their heads when lurcher puppy Tara’s health begins to deteriorate due to a mysterious illness.
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Then there’s two-year-old staffie Sarah, who has been too scared to leave her kennel since she arrived, but Paul packs on the charm as he tempts to lure her outside.
Fans will also be treated to another series, as Paul travelled through Thailand last year and filmed a two-part series showcasing the country's many elephant rescue centres.
The show, called Paul O'Grady's Great Elephant Adventure, will broadcast on ITV1 this autumn.
It will see the star get stuck in as he roles his sleeves up and helps out.
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Paul also heads out from the sanctuaries to grab a slice of local life by exploring nearby colourful markets, temples, apothecaries and sampling the local cuisine.
Each episode highlights a particular challenge faced by elephants in the region and – as ever – Paul’s love for animals shines throughout the series.
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