New Shows

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Revision as of 12:43, 8 April 2009

This page lists the most recent game show debuts and other shows almost ready for transmission.

New shows for 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 are also available.

(R) indicates a revival.


I'm Spartacus Radio, comedy panel game (film)
The Speaker Competitive oratory
Chefs and the City Lifestyle
Chris Moyles' Quiz Night Quiz, general knowledge
Genius (TV) Creative
Percy Edwards Showdown Radio, panel game (wildlife)
A Question of Genius Quiz, general knowledge
Taste the Nation Inter-county cookery show
Wordplay Puzzle
The Colour of Money Decision making
Let's Dance for Comic Relief Variety, reality
Quiz is Anfield Specialist subjects quiz
SuperAgents Reality
We Need Answers Comedy panel game
Blast Lab Childrens
Cuibhlichean an Fhortain Regional (Scotland), lifestyle
Cwis Meddiant Quiz, themed (sports)
The Krypton Factor (R) Quiz, puzzle, physical game show
Paris Hilton's British Best Friend Reality
The PMQ Show Radio, comedy panel game
Total Wipeout Family game show
Who Wants to be a Superhero?    Childrens
Your Country Needs You Variety
Launch date TBA
As Seen On TV Quiz, themed (television)
Design for Life Reality, creative
Sell Me the Answer Quiz, general knowledge

Coming up

  • You Have Been Watching (Zeppotron for Channel 4) - TV-themed panel game hosted by Charlie Brooker.
  • Food Fight (Betty for Channel 4) - Culinary panel game with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
  • Put Your Menu Where Your Mouth Is (Reef TV for BBC) - a slightly confused title for a food-based variant on Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is.
  • Wheelchair Dancers (Fever Media for BBC Three) - Strictly Dance Fever, with wheelchairs. (Application details)
  • Divided (one of the Endemol companies for ITV1) - three strangers have to agree on the answers to questions, and then on who gets which share of the prize money. 30 episodes have been commissioned for the Golden Balls slot.
  • The Cube (Objective for ITV1) - Phillip Schofield challenges people to do tricky things inside what looks suspiciously like the glass cube from 19 Keys.
  • Copycats (BBC Scotland for CBBC, filming May/June 2009) - The BBC press release says "Each show pits two families against each other in a variety of exciting and captivating tasks which test players' ability to pass on information." Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes host.
  • Tonight's the Night (BBC, 2009) - Members of the public get to live out their performance fantasies live on national television. With John Barrowman. May or may not have a game show element.
  • The QI Test - daytime quiz spin-off from QI. (TalkbackThames for BBC)
  • Chefs and the City - amateur and professional chefs compete. (Hamma and Glamma for UKTV Food)
  • Time of Your Life - game show featuring people facing major life events, hosted by the ever-available Michael McIntyre. (Open Mike for BBC One)
  • You've Got the Answer - Quiz meets hidden-camera show. Didn't Oblivious do something like this? Dale Winton hosts. (Channel TBA)
  • One Wrong Move - Couples quiz with Mark Durden-Smith. (Channel TBA)
  • Priceless - Price-guessing game with Jamie Theakston. (Channel 4)
  • First and Last, a show where people compete to be as average as possible, ironically to be hosted by Justin Lee Collins. Wikipedia has a description of this format. (Endemol for Channel 4).
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