The Paddy McGuinness dating show will return to screens later this year accompanied again by its spinoff show Take Me Out: The Gossip, which has become ITV2's third most-popular series behind Celebrity Juice and The Only Way Is Essex.
Reacting to the news, McGuinness commented: "I'm looking forward to warming up those winter nights with some hot dates."
Suzy Lamb, Head of Entertainment at production company Thames, said: "We're delighted to be returning and proud that ITV see the series as a key part of their primetime schedules.
"To date, Take Me Out has produced three engagements, with possibly more to come - almost a better hit rate than most online dating websites."
Take Me Out, which first aired in 2010, features 30 single girls who judge prospective dates by either keeping on or turning off their lights.
Take Me Out: The Gossip launched alongside the main show's third series earlier this year with TOWIE's Mark Wright and Zoe Hardman as hosts. Both will return for future editions.
Take Me Out's renewal comes despite controversies over contestant Aaron Withers's assault conviction and past as an escort and his date Wen-Jing Mo's admission that she once worked as a £200-an-hour prostitute.
Watch contestant Damion Merry embarrass himself on Take Me Out below: