New Shows

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

New shows for 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 are also available.

(R) indicates a revival.


The Singer Takes it All Interactive, singing
The 21st Question Quiz, general knowledge
Win It, Cook It Lifestyle
The Royal Welsh Show Pub Quiz Radio, agriculture
Ultimate Brain Science, childrens
Ultimate Dealer Lifestyle
Virtually Famous Comedy panel game
Ctrl Freaks Stunts and dares, regional (London)
The Loser's World Cup Regional (Wales) radio, comedy panel game
Stand by Your Man Dating
24 Hours to Go Broke
Draw It! Puzzle, drawing
The Dylan Thomas Pub Quiz Literature
The Joke Machine Childrens, comedy
The Link Quiz, general knowledge
Sam and Mark's Geordie Challenge Childrens, stunts and dares
All About Two Quiz, television (BBC2)
Amazing Greys Stunts and dares
The Big Allotment Challenge Lifestyle (produce)
Ejector Seat General knowledge quiz
The Guess List Panel game
Killer Magic Stunts and dares (magic)
Let Me Entertain You Variety
Monty Don's Real Craft (R) Lifestyle
Viral Tap Comedy panel game
The Lie Quiz, general knowledge
Sport Relief's Top Dog Animals (dogs)
Timeline Quiz, general knowledge
Duck Quacks Don't Echo Comedy panel game
The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected Regional (Scotland) radio, comedy panel game
Hair Lifestyle
Revenge of the Egghead Quiz, general knowledge
Superstar Dogs Animals (dogs)
The Dog Ate My Homework Comedy panel game
The Great Interior Design Challenge Lifestyle
The Jump Action/adventure
Ludus Childrens, interactive
My Kitchen Rules Lifestyle
Reflex Stunts and dares
The Taste Cookery

Coming up

  • Sam & Mark's Sport Showdown - Two teams go head to head to compete in a number of sport challenges and activities. Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes hosts. (CBBC, 2014)
  • Trust Me, I'm a Game Show Host - Frank Skinner and Sue Perkins invite a bunch of contestants to guess on which facts our game show hosts are true or false. (ITV, pilot 2014)
  • Relatively Clever - Children and adults compete in a general knowledge quiz. Apply for this show
  • Decimate - Teams of three appear in a tense and tactical quiz. Shane Richie hosts. (CPL for BBC1 daytimes, 2014)
  • Name That Tune - Revival of the classic 80's musical game show. (ITV, pilot 2014)
  • The Great British Paint Off - A painting version of Sewing Bee, hosted by Richard Bacon. (Love Productions for BBC1)
  • Bad Bridesmaid - Comedians go undercover as they dress up and act as fictional characters to disrupt hen weekends with the bride-to-be having to lie through their teeth throughout and convince her other members of the party that the undercover comic is one their real acquaintances. If none of her party members suss out that the 'bad bridesmaid' is actually a plant, the bride will win a holiday. However, to make things difficult for the bride, the undercover comedian is tasked to test the bride's nerves by misbehaving and also suggesting outlandish changes to the wedding. (Fresh One Productions and Group M Entertainment for ITV2, 2014)
  • You Must Be Joking! - Alexander Armstrong invites four comedians to battle it out over some hilarious and ingenuous games of stand-up, improv and one liners. (Hat Trick Productions, pilot 2014)
  • Tumble - Celebrities learn gymnastics. Alex Jones hosts, with Beth Tweddle, Lewis Smith, and Nadia Comaneci amongst those involved. (BBC1, summer 2014)
  • Don't Make Me Laugh - Comedians face the challenge of going up to the mike in front of an audience without making them laugh. If they get a laugh, they lose the mike, and it passes over to the next comedian. The longer they go without making the audience laugh, the more points they score. But it won't be easy because in each round, they'll be given inherently funny topics like 'my most embarrassing sexual experience' or 'why David Cameron's face looks like a big ham'. If they stray off-topic, they'll be given a forfeit. (BBC Radio 4, 2014)
  • Two Tribes - Contestants are in teams based on some common theme. General knowledge questions determine who - if anyone - takes home any prize that could mount up. Richard Osman hosts. (Remarkable Television for BBC Two, 2014)
  • You Can't Say That! - Tim Vine hides some trick questions alongside the genuine questions where if the contestants can spot the 'trip-ups' from the trivia, they could be winning thousands of pounds. (Hat Trick Productions, pilot 2014)
  • I Know Best - Rhod Gilbert invites the audience to compete against a panel of celebrity guests where they will try to convince the audience that they are telling them facts while the audience judges if the panel are lying. (Wall to Wall, pilot 2014)
  • Junk - Three comedians attempt to win bits of 'junk' donated by members of the studio audience. Joe Lycett hosts. (BBC Three, pilot 2014)
  • Keep It in the Family - Two families of four battle it out over a series of rounds for the chance to win an array of prizes. But, it's not the parents won't be choosing which family member will be doing each challenge, it's the kids who will choose, which means anything could happen. Bradley Walsh hosts. (ITV, pilot 2014)
  • The Totally Senseless Gameshow - Celebrities dress up as characters to play a series of "Totally Senseless" games while something else will make it even harder for them not to win any of the games. Martin Dougan hosts. (Roughcut Television for BBC3, pilot 2014)
  • Celebrity Squares - A modern revival of everyone's favorite big box game. (ITV, pilot 2013)
  • The Almost Impossible Gameshow - Contestants are tasked with completing straight-forward but difficult challenges, with money on offer for those that succeed. (Initial for Comedy Central, pilot 2013)
  • In Sync - Couples compete against each other in challenges designed to test how in tune with each other they are. Davina McCall hosts. (Victory Television for BBC1, pilot 2013)
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