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, 2013 and 2014 are also available.

(R) indicates a revival.


Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief Sports
Wild Things Stunt/dare show
1000 Heartbeats Quiz, general knowledge
The Big Painting Challenge Art
I Survived a Zombie Apocalypse Reality, horror
Mission Survive Adventure
Reality Bites Comedy panel game
Celwydd Noeth General knowledge quiz
Frank Sinatra Our Way Variety
Get Your Act Together Variety
Stars in Their Eyes (R) Variety
The Fanatics Specialist subject quiz

Coming up

  • Ninja Warrior UK - British version of the Japanese assault course game show. (Potato for ITV, 2015)
  • Prized Apart - Contestants are flown back to the UK, to a studio hanger where their partners await. The stay-at-home players must keep their loved ones in the competition by answering a set of questions in a head-to-head round against the other partners. If they succeed, their loved ones will get back on the plane to continue the game. Emma Willis and Reggie Yates host. (BBC1, 2015)
  • Bring Me Sunshine - Jason Manford invites couples to test their general knowledge, memory and how well they actually know each other to win a dream holiday. (ITV, pilot 2014)
  • Welcome to My World - Celebrities are challenged to come up with ideas about how they would re-create Earth if they were given the chance, then a panel of scientists then feed back on the ideas explaining what would actually happen if their ideas become reality, and then at the end of the show, the studio audience are then asked to vote on which of these worlds re-created by the celebrities describes the best that they would most like to live in. Adam Hills hosts. (Channel 4, pilot 2014)
  • Wild Things - A physical game show for couples, involving obstacle courses. (IWC Media) Apply for this show
  • Joke Thieves (working title) - Hal Cruttenden pairs up four stand-up comedians who will each perform a live set before having to watch that same set performed by the stand-up comedian they were paired with. None of them know who they're going to be matched with and they haven't seen each other's sets. (BBC Two, pilot 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. (John Stanley Productions for Sky1, 2014)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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. (BBC3, 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)
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