Rylan Clark-Neal hosts the reboot of the iconic gameshow where three pairs of shoppers go wild in the aisles in a series of quizzes, trolley dashes, pastel jumpers and an inflatable or two as they compete in the ultimate supermarket challenge.
Great Railway Journeys
Spanning eight individual format variants, Great Railway Journeys sees Michael Portillo, armed with his trusty 100-year-old Bradshaw’s travel guide, embark on a series of railway journeys across the globe. Along the way he takes in the curious stations, epic landmarks, and glorious towns and villages described in the guide.
BAFTA-winning and the most successful factual entertainment format of the century, The Apprentice gives a unique insight into the competitive world of business. Lord Sugar puts 18 candidates through their paces in a series of testing challenges as they compete to win a life-changing £250,000 business investment in the toughest interview process ever.
Award-winning and full of heart, Harry’s Heroes tasks legendary football manager Harry Redknapp with getting a squad of former England international players back fit and healthy for one last shot at footballing glory.
Too Hot To Handle
The Netflix worldwide hit sees young, fit singles come together for what they think will be the most exotic and erotic summer of their lives… but there’s a twist! They have to give up any sexual contact for the entire time. Can they resist or is temptation too hot to handle?
Britain’s Got Talent
A tentpole of British television since its launch in 2007 and now with more than a billion views across its social channels, BGT brings together the very best variety from across the nation as they compete to win a life changing £250,000 and a coveted spot on The Royal Variety Performance.
Game of Talents
Game show and talent show collide in this guessing game like no other. Competing in pairs, contestants are partnered with celebrity teammates, as they try to figure out the surprising and often bizarre hidden talents of the eight mystery performers. Will they be able to tell the fire eater from the footballer or the line dancer from the lion tamer?
Eight-part drama series that delves deep into two murder investigations. At first, they are seemingly unrelated but what transpires reveals the two are knitted together by powerful shared themes. Drawn from the internationally bestselling Dublin Murder Squad novels by Tana French, the series delivers a contemporary world of psychological mystery and darkness.
The much-loved and long-standing comedy quiz show with a twist where the questions are so difficult, even the panellists rarely get them right. This is the only show to give points to answers regardless of whether they are correct or, in some cases, even relevant.
Secret Crush sees lovestruck singletons who’ve been harbouring feelings from afar finally reveal their hidden passion to their unknowing crush. Whether they’ve been secretly dreaming of dating their best friend, colleague or gym buddy, it’s time for the lovelorn to publicly admit the desires they’ve been keeping bottled up. But will their affections be reciprocated?
Four-part thriller from the creator of Luther, Neil Cross. The story follows Nathan who is surprised by an unwelcome face from the past, threatening to tear his world apart. So, just how far will Nathan go to keep a secret?
The Rap Game UK
The BAFTA nominated show sees Rap legends DJ Target and Krept & Konan put upcoming rappers through their paces. The crème-de-la-crème of UK lyricists work as their mentors as they compete to take the crown and sign a valuable deal with Play Dirty Records.
Escape To The Country
Broadcast worldwide, Escape to the Country is an international success that takes rural property hunters on a journey through the great British countryside matching them with gorgeous homes and helping them realise their dream of breaking free from their hectic, urban lives.
Our survey says… Family Fortunes is one of the most iconic and funniest gameshows of all time! Airing in 67 territories, this household favourite is one of the world’s most successful global formats and is best known for the unexpected and hilarious quiz show answers as families try to guess the most popular replies to survey-based questions posed to 100 people.
Global phenomenon and BAFTA winning series that airs in over 100 territories. Now in its third decade, Grand Designs is as ambitious as ever, with presenter Kevin McCloud following some of Britain’s most epic self-build projects, as intrepid individuals attempt to design and construct the home of their dreams.
Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow
The nation’s all-time favourite game shows get revived and supersized as contestants play along in the hope of winning cash rewards and top-notch prizes. Alan Carr hosts the legendary shows as they are inflated to epic proportions.
Eating with My Ex
BAFTA-nominated ‘anti-dating’ show reunites exes over one last dinner to have a frank, honest conversation about their past relationship – the good and the bad – to try and find some closure so they can both move on.
I Can See Your Voice
Music game show I Can See Your Voice sees two players aim to win a cash prize of £10,000 by guessing who can and can’t sing from a group of mystery singers standing before them. But there’s a catch… can they predict who has the voice of an angel, or who will leave them covering their ears in horror all without ever hearing them sing a note?
A powerfully authentic and gripping thriller, imbued with warmth and humanity which not only brings vividly to life the tumult of wartime Iraq but is also an edge-of-the-seat tale of suspense involving murder, deceit, intrigue and political treachery.
Multi-award-winning Celebrity Juice is the outrageous comedy panel show hosted by the inimitable Keith Lemon. Joined by a panel of top celebrities, two teams go head-to-head in a series of hilarious rounds not to be found on any other show – sha-ting!