THE X FACTOR

The X Factor UK is the UK’s biggest reality television music competition, discovering the freshest singing talent around.

Previous series have seen Simon Cowell joined by a host of famous faces to make up the X Factor judging panel, including the likes of Louis Tomlinson, Nicole Scherzinger, Sharon Osborne, Robbie Williams and Cheryl.

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.

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BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT

Britain’s Got Talent is the number one entertainment show of the last decade.

Each series, we welcome some of the greatest talents from around the world to compete to win our £250,000 prize and the chance to perform in front of the Royal Family.

With no shortage of variety or talent, our judging panel - Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams - along with our hosts Ant & Dec are often surprised, charmed and moved to tears by a whole host of acts.

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

I CAN SEE YOUR VOICE

With a whole new take on the singing gameshow genre, I Can See Your Voice brings you music, comedy and play-along fun for the whole family!

Each episode sees a team of two players aiming to win a cash prize by guessing who can and can’t sing from a group of mystery singers standing before them. Helping the players will be our panel of celebrity experts, who are joined each week by a different singing superstar.

But there’s a catch!

Can they predict who has the voice of an angel without hearing them sing a note?! I Can See Your Voice proves that when it comes to singing talent, what you see isn’t always what you get!

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BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT: UNSEEN

A BGT spin off, Britain’s Got Talent: Unseen is a first-of-its-kind shortform series made exclusively for the ITV Hub.

The eight mini-episodes, featuring unseen auditions and hilarious moments with our BGT Judges and Ant & Dec, shine a light on some of the nation’s most wonderful and eclectic talent. From the mystifying to the magical, plus everything in between, Britain’s Got Talent: Unseen gives even more contestants their moment in the spotlight.

SUPERMARKET SWEEP

Fronted by the one and only Ryan Clark-Neal, this hit series is a remake of the much-loved gameshow, originally presented by Dale Winton.

Host and Store Manager Rylan Clark-Neal guides shoppers as they go wild in the aisles and try and make their way through to the all important ‘Super Sweep’ to win a cash prize.

 

As it was back in the day, this is the game show everyone wants to play so just remember, the next time you’re at the checkout and you hear the beep… think of the fun you could be having on Supermarket Sweep.

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EATING WITH MY EX

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.

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THE GREATEST DANCER

A dazzling 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.

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FAMILY FORTUNES

Our survey says...Family Fortunes is one of the most iconic and funniest gameshows around!

Host Gino D’Acampo leads contestants through a series of rounds as two families go head to head in this household favourite show.

Known for unexpected and hilarious quiz show answers, you can be sure there will be a few responses that will leave viewers' jaws on the floor or in stitches on their sofas as the families try to guess the most popular replies to survey-based questions posed to 100 people.