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    The X Factor (UK)

    The X Factor (UK)

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    A UK based music reality show with a difference: "anyone and everyone can audition". The contest is open to 4 different categories: under 28 Girls, under 28 Boys, over 28, and groups. The current judges are Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh, Kelly Rowland and Tulisa Contostavlos. The Judges: Gary Barlow: -The lead member of the band, Take That.The band have won multiple BRIT Awards and have received 11 numberonesingles. Tulisa Contostavlos: -At just 23 years of age, Tulisa has been with N-Dubz , a hip hop group from London for 5 years. She rose to fame whenN-Dubz releaseda song entitled Ouch and got over 4 million viewers on Youtube. Louis Walsh: - he's the man behind such pop acts as Boyzone, Westlife, Samantha Mumba and Girls Aloud - has had 21 number 1 singles - is best known as the judge on Popstars: Ireland and Popstars: The Rivals Kelly Rowland: -Kellystarted off working with Destiny's Child but then went solo and has now been fornearly 10years. Her first solo single was Stole which got to #1 in the UK. ROUND 1: The Auditions In the first round, each of the contestants must audition for the judges. They either go through to the next round or go home . ROUND 2: Boot Camp In the second round of the contest the judges are each assigned a category to mentor. Each judge will then get to assemble a team of people to help turn their wannabes into stars! The contestants will then be put through a boot camp and afterwards only 8 will remain in each category. ROUND 3: Judges' Home Visits Next, the remaining contestants will get to live the life of luxury with their mentors! But it won't be all fun and games as the mentors must whittle their teams down to just 3 each . ROUND 4: Live Shows The 12 remaining contestants/groups will now get the chance to showdown live on ITV1 along with a wildcard pick by each judge. Week by week more contestants will be voted off the show and we will eventually find out who Britain thinks has got The X Factor!moreless
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    All Star Mr. & Mrs.

    All Star Mr. & Mrs.

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    Phillip Schofield and Fern Britton host as each week three celebrities with their partners compete against each other to try and win money for a charity of their choice. Each couple receives a carriage clock whether they reach the final or not. After a break in 2011, CPL Productions announced in March 2012 that the series would return later the same year presented solely by Phillip Schofield.moreless
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    Ladette to Lady

    Ladette to Lady

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    If you or someone you know can throw a kegger but can't throw a tea party, send them to Eggleston Hall Finishing School for a five week crash course in etiquette. ITV airs this series which inspired Donald Trump's Lady or a Tramp.moreless
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    Drop The Celebrity

    Drop The Celebrity

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    ITV (ended 2003)
    Drop The Celebrity was a reality show based in Britain that aired during the summer of 2003. Twelve celebrities waited in an airplane until a vote was cast by the viewing public that would decide the fate of one of the celebrities. The audience voted for which of the celebrities they wanted to see dropped from the plane. The celebrity receiving the most votes would then be required to strap on a parachute and then leap from the airplane. The winning celebrity who remained in the plance would receive £10,000 for charity and a further £5,000 if they jumped as well. The series hit the headlines when one of the contestants, Cheryl Baker fractured her ankle while taking part. The series was presented by Mark Durden-Smith and Jenni Falconer and the ITV2 spin-off 'Chuting Stars was presented by Matt Brown.moreless
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    Win, Lose or Draw

    Win, Lose or Draw

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    ITV (ended 1998)
    Win, Lose or Draw is the ITV game show series which is the television version of the home favorite Pictionary. Two teams composed of two celebrities and one non-celeb go head-to-head in a battle of drawing and guessing prowess. The women take on the men to figure out who can get out their ideas on the sketch pad the fastest.moreless
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    3-2-1

    3-2-1

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    ITV (ended 1987)
    British game show in which 3 couples would compete in 3 rounds for cash, gift prizes or the booby prize: "co-host" Dusty Bin!

    It ran in 1978, 1983 and then from 1985 to 1987.

    Produced by Yorkshire Television, it was called 3-2-1 because the show was three things in one–a game show, a quiz show, and a variety show. The original concept came from Ibanez Serrador who created a Spanish game show titled, Un, Dos, Tres.moreless
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    Go For It!

    Go For It!

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    ITV (ended 1984)
    British sketch comedy show
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    Gladiators (1992)

    Gladiators (1992)

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    ITV (ended 2000)
    Gladiators is the U.K. series which ran from 1992 until 2000. Considered by some to be the greatest athletic competitionever on U.K. television, Gladiators was the spin-off of the widely popular American series American Gladiators. The series had their own unique events, as well as some from the original version, and boasted it's own line of toys, books, and game. Everyday men and women competed in heats against 'Gladiators' for enough points to push them through to the finals where they had the chance of winning up to £10,000. After the success of the newest version of American Gladiators in early 2008, a new Gladiators series is set to air May on Sky One.moreless
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    The Cube (UK)

    The Cube (UK)

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    Phillip Schofield presents The Cube, a game show which tests contestants' skill, nerve and determination to win. The Cube challenges competitors to take on apparently simple tasks under the spotlight of a large perplex cube, in return for a large sum of money if they win. Will they crack under the pressure?moreless
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    Whodunnit? (UK)

    Whodunnit? (UK)

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    ITV (ended 1978)
    This British game show featured a dramatised murder that a panel of celebrities were tasked with solving. The host would have a 15 min sketch acted out with a murder at the end. A panel of sleuths, played by celebrities, would ask the actors questions to discern 'whodunnit'.moreless
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    Simply the Best

    Simply the Best

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    ITV (ended 2004)
    Celebrities join members of the public to form teams representing areas of the UK, competing against one another in a set of physical and mental games and challenges to see which UK region is Simply The Best. Two or three current bands or artists also performed throughout the show, which aired for 95 minutes per episode. The show aired in ITV1's Saturday primetime slot for eight episodes from July 17th 2004 through to September 4th 2004. It was hosted by Kirsty Gallacher and Phil Tufnell.moreless
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    Odd One In

    Odd One In

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    Odd One In is the ITV comedy panel game show hosted by Bradley Walsh, where the home team comedians Peter Andre and Jason Manford take on a different pair of celebrity guests each week. The teams work to guess who is the unusual person out of a line-up, with a unique skill, talent or secret, by asking questions to the contestants. Will the fakers throw them off?moreless
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    Mr. and Mrs.

    Mr. and Mrs.

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    ITV (ended 1999)
    Julian Clary and Stacey Young host this shortlived remake of the classic comedy game show in which couples have to answer questions about their relationships and partners in an attempt to win money and the chance for a holiday in a romantic European destination.moreless
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    Don't Try This at Home (UK)

    Don't Try This at Home (UK)

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    ITV (ended 2001)
    British game show
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    Never Had It So Good

    Never Had It So Good

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    ITV (ended 2002)
    Never Had It So Good is a television series that broadcasted on ITV1 during the Summer and Autumn of 2002. The show invites celebrities to guess about the events in the recent past. Greg Scott presented the unaired pilot and prime time favourite Matthew Kelly took over as presenter for the series joining team captains Fred Dinenage and Rowland Rivron. The initial three rounds of the show are almost the same where the celebs are shown a visual of an old video clip, commercial or a few pictures. The celebs need to answer the year of the product or related details regarding the video clip. If their answer is correct, they are asked one or two supplementary questions. Then, there is the final speed round in which the teams have to name five items in each of the category, and they repeat this as much as they want, in the matter of a minute. The program was an attempt to fill part of the 5pm hour after previous attempts at beating Channel Four's Richard and Judy in the same slot had failed. After 39 episodes, the series was cancelled and did not return. moreless
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    Red or Black?

    Red or Black?

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    Presented by Ant and Dec, this Simon Cowell created game show asks contestants to make a simple choice - Red Or Black? on a series of challenges. Those who guess correctly move onto the next round until only one contestant is left to play for a big cash prize. Originally broadcast every night for a week during its first series, the second series saw it move to a weekly Saturday slot. The second series scored worse ratings than the first, being regularly beaten and its current fate is uncertain with no official announcement being given on a third series.moreless
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    My Kind of Music

    My Kind of Music

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    ITV (ended 2002)
    British music game show
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    Magic Numbers

    Magic Numbers

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    ITV (ended 2010)
    Magician Stephen Mulhern presents a live game show in which viewer's home telephone numbers could win them a big money prize if they contain some of the digits picked out by Stephen's celebrity guests. In addition to helping pick the prize-winning numbers, Stephen's guests also help him out by taking part in a variety of magic tricks and spectacular illusions. The format of the show is based on that of an earlier live game show, Talking Telephone Numbers, but modified to increase the number of potential phone-in contestants by reducing the number of selected digits they have to have in their telephone number from five to just two.moreless
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    Interceptor

    Interceptor

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    ITV (ended 1990)
    British game show
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    The Chase (Celebrity)

    The Chase (Celebrity)

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