(In the pipeline: https://premieredate.news/tv-series/7864-eggheads.html surely not a reliable source, but we said that about tvguide.co.uk)
(In the pipeline: be interesting to see if this has an audience)
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[[Artist of the Year|Portrait Artist of the Year]] series 9: Sky Arts, 5 October<br>
[[Artist of the Year|Portrait Artist of the Year]] series 9: Sky Arts, 5 October<br>
[[Unbreakable (2)|Unbreakable]]: BBC1, 6 October<br>
[[Unbreakable (2)|Unbreakable]]: BBC1, 6 October<br>
[[Eggheads]] series 24: Channel 5, 10 October
[[Eggheads]] series 24: Channel 5, 10 October<br>
[[I Can See Your Voice]] series 2: BBC1, 15 October

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Poll of the Year 2021

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Impact of COVID-19

Impact of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned everything upside down, and the world of game shows is no exception, so we now have a dedicated page to keep tabs on the shows affected. Do give us a shout if you know of something we've missed.

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The 100 Most Popular Game Shows
One question you almost certainly haven't been asking yourself is "What are the 100 most popular articles on this site?". Well, tough, because we have and you can see the result of our Greatest Game Shows - now updated for 2022 and ranging from stalwarts like The Crystal Maze and Interceptor to, er, Man O Man. Who knew?


While UKGameshows.com is (even if we say so ourselves) the most comprehensive guide to the genre anywhere on - or off - the web, with over 2100 programmes already in our database it is inevitable that even we're stumped sometimes. So we're asking for your help. A number of our "most wanted" shows are now listed here and a team of volunteers is standing by, waiting to add your contributions to our compendium of game show knowledge. Go on, help us out. It's what Mumsy would want.

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Blankety Blank series 19: BBC1, 17 24 September
Beauty and the Geek revival: Discovery, 25 September
Four in a Bed new episodes: Channel 4, 26 September
The Perfect Pitch series 2: Channel 4, 26 September
Bad Chefs: ITV2, 19 26 September
I Literally Just Told You series 2: Channel 4, 26 September
Make Me Prime Minister: Channel 4, 27 September
Taskmaster series 14: Channel 4, 29 September
BBC New Comedy Award 2022: BBC3, 29 September
Young Musician of the Year 2022: BBC4, 2 October
Sorry, I Didn't Know series 3: ITV, 2 October
The Big Blow Out: E4, 19 September 3 October
Portrait Artist of the Year series 9: Sky Arts, 5 October
Unbreakable: BBC1, 6 October
Eggheads series 24: Channel 5, 10 October
I Can See Your Voice series 2: BBC1, 15 October


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15 November Channel 4 pops for more
Channel 4 have announced a second series of Popmaster TV. The 16 episodes will include a couple of celebrity editions. They're building on a successful pilot run in the summer, which brought a million viewers to More4.

The Finish Line
15 November The Finish Line on track for return
Daytime hit The Finish Line has been confirmed for a second series by the BBC. Roman Kemp and Sarah Greene will make 30 episodes to air in 2024.

5 November End of the road for CelebAbility
Celebability has been axed after being on the air for seven series. The most recent run ended in July this year and there are no plans for further series.

Race Across the World
11 September Race on hold
The BBC has delayed this week's Celebrity Race Across the World, originally scheduled for Wednesday 13 September. A BBC spokesperson said, "In light of the earthquake in Morocco we have taken the decision to postpone the first episode of Celebrity Race Across the World, which was filmed in Marrakesh."

Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
18 August Millionaire to return next year
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? will return in early 2024. A series was recorded in February; originally intended for broadcast in 2023, scheduling conflicts with the men's Rugby World Cup meant there was no room that year, and a celebrity special was planned but cancelled due to host Jeremy Clarkson's offensive remarks about Meghan Markle.

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