The X Factor UK is the UK’s biggest reality television music competition, discovering the freshest singing talent around. The last series saw Simon Cowell joined by a new generation of X Factor judges and 2019 will have another fresh panel. Proceedings are supervised by Mr Saturday Night himself, Dermot O’Leary, who guides viewers and contestants alike through their X Factor journey, providing them with a word of advice or a much-needed hug as the contestants perform in front of the judging panel.


 The X Factor is back but not as we know it… Well-known faces with dreams of becoming superstar singers will be fighting for the chance to be crowned The X Factor 2019 Champion in The X Factor: Celebrity.


This brand-new take on the nation’s most talked about music talent show will make its debut on TV screens this October and will feature some of the biggest names from the world of music, film, sport, television and social media.  The celebrity hopefuls will be leaving their comfort zones at the door as they battle it out in LA to make it through the first stage and all the way to the live shows in London to ultimately win a life changing record deal.


Britain’s Got Talent is the number one entertainment show of the last decade. With no shortage of variety or talent, the judging panel will be surprised, charmed and moved to tears by a whole host of acts whilst looking for the winning performance. The judges and presenters travel the length and breadth of the country seeking out the weird and the wild, the wonderful and the inspirational.


Once again, all four judges and Ant and Dec have the opportunity to give the act they think has that extra-special something an automatic place in the live semi-finals with the use of the Golden Buzzer.


The Got Talent format holds the Guinness World Record title for the world’s Most Successful Reality TV Format. 


Presented by Stephen Mulhern, the show is packed full of backstage news and gossip from Britain’s favourite entertainment show. Offering viewers exclusive access to the BGT judging panel and of course Ant and Dec, with regular interviews, fun and games with all of them


Rob Beckett’s Savage Socials is a brand-new series looking at the world of celebrities and social media. The 10-part series sees funny man Rob Beckett diving head-first into a pool of social media’s most topical, hilarious and outrageous content, all while offering the most savage commentary on TV.


Each episode sees viewers taken on a fast-paced joyride through Rob’s ‘savage feed’, a catalogue of the latest memes, digital blunders and celebrity socials from the previous week. Any celebs who think their embarrassing Snapchats and Instagram stories are a thing of the past better think again, as Rob takes on the most hilariously banal and attention seeking content you missed from the last week.



Over the last 13 years we’ve witnessed truly incredible talent take to the Britain’s Got Talent stage and now they’ll go head to head with the best Got Talent acts from around the world, in what promises to be the Olympics of Talent. The acts will compete in this supersized version of Britain’s Got Talent, all trying to be crowned the ultimate champion and walk away with the cash prize and coveted Champions Trophy.


A dazzling new entertainment dance format that celebrates all styles from ballet to jazz, hip hop to Bollywood. Expect dramatic auditions, incredible challenges and remarkable live performances as dancers from across the nation swing, swirl and sashay onto the stage each week in the hope of being crowned the winner.


Supermarket Sweep is back, fronted by the one and only Ryan Clark - Neal on ITV2. The 20 x 60-minute series is a remake of the much-loved gameshow, returning to screens as a prime-time nightly show.


Whilst giving a respectful nod to the history of the original fronted by the late Dale Winton, the reboot will also inject the cheekiness and downright silliness fitting of an ITV2 prime-time slot with new games, challenges and a sprinkle of celebrity stardust, all culminating in teams taking on the unforgettable trolley dash to win a cash prize.


Everyone’s favourite dating show, Take Me Out, is now in its eleventh series with master matchmaker Paddy McGuinness back to work his magic. With seven weddings and five babies so far, the bar has been set high as a new line up of Flirty Thirty ladies get ready to meet the single boys braving the Love Lift, all hoping to be whisked away to the sunny isle of Fernando’s.


The cult quiz show has undergone a comedy reboot and is set to bring a new generation of viewer to the show as well as satisfy fans of the classic version. Blockbusters, hosted by Dara O’Briain sees players crossing a hexagonal board by answering quiz questions correlating to a letter, for a chance to win an experiential prize. 


A new dating show with a sunshine twist, Baewatch tests unsuspecting couples who not only think they have the perfect relationship, but also believe that they’re away on a romantic break just for two. Unbeknown to them, this is a couple’s holiday like no other, as they will be secretly observed by their in-laws, who will be hiding out watching and setting challenges behind-the-scenes to see what the relationship is really like, all before they have even met for the first time.


We are so excited to bring this new dating show with a sunshine twist to E4. We decided to take the moment you meet your in-laws and explode it E4 style to create a truly funny, cringey and memorable show. We are going to see the Instagram generation completely unfiltered in front of the people they want to impress the most.


Eating With My Ex is a chance to look at break-ups in a different way. In this short-form format, two exes meet over dinner for one last time to have a frank, honest conversation about their past relationship – the good and the bad – to find some closure so that they can both move on.


Confetti is an interactive gameshow on Facebook Watch which challenges viewers to answer pop culture trivia questions for a chance to win a cash prize. Given Facebook's social nature, participants can play on their own, but can also bring friends and family along on the fun by engaging in gameplay together throughout the show. 


We have partnered with Facebook to produce this gameshow for the UK.