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, 2014 and 2015 are also available.

(R) indicates a revival.


Cash Trapped
Master of Photography Art (photography)
The Question Jury General knowledge quiz
Britain's Most Spectacular Backyard Builds Technological
It's Not Me, It's You Comedy panel game
Taking The Next Step Childrens, dance
UK's Best Part-Time Band Variety
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Bang on the Money Family game show
Battlechefs Cookery, travel
Chopping Block Cookery, reality
The Code General knowledge quiz
Drive Motoring
Too Many Cooks (2) Lifestyle
Can't Touch This Stunt/dare show
Gok's Lunchbox Cookery
Jonathan's Six Nations Quiz Rugby, regional (Wales)
Think Tank General knowledge quiz
Airmageddon Technology (drones)
Dogs Might Fly Animals
Eurovision: You Decide (R) Variety
Masterpiece Antiques
Pocket Money Pitch Childrens, business
All Hail the Veil Lifestyle
Bad Language (R) Comedy panel game, regional (Northern Ireland)
Britain's Next Top Model (R) Recruitment, fashion
For What It's Worth Specialist quiz (antiques)
The Getaway Car Driving, quiz
Got What It Takes? Variety, reality
Insert Name Here Comedy panel game
Lip Sync Battle UK Variety

Coming up

  • Let it Shine - a casting show for a Take That touring production. Gary Barlow will be on the judging panel, Graham Norton and Mel Giedroyc to host. (BBC1 Saturday evenings, early 2017)
  • Make Me an Egghead - seeking two new recruits for the Eggheads panel. One place is reserved for a female Egghead. (12 Yard for BBC2, 2016)
  • Top Class - Susan Calman asks the questions in this nail-biting, knockout tournament, in which teams of Year 6 students compete against each other in a challenging test based on the National Curriculum. (CBBC, 2016)
  • Dara O'Briain's Go 8 Bit - Dara O'Briain is no stranger in playing video games as well as gaming expert Ellie Gibson, so he's asked his team captains NcNeil & Pamphilon to guide their two celebrity guests through five rounds of increasingly competitive and hilarious gaming contests and the show will be recorded in front of a live studio audience and they will decide who the winner of each round is. (DLT Entertainment for Dave, 2016)
  • Robot Wars - Dara O'Briain, Angela Scanlon and Jonathan Pearce get ready for the return on the most chaotic robot game show ever. (Mentorn Scotland in association with SJP Media for BBC Two, 2016)
  • Time Machine - Pointless friend Richard Osman quizzes celebrities on their favourite years in recent history. (Channel 4, pilot 2015)
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