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Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow

  • 2022
  • Season 3
  • Entertainment
  • Documentary and factual

Summary

Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow sees the brilliant Alan Carr at the helm of five of the nation's all-time favourite gameshows.

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Episode 2: Bullseye

Summary

The comedian hosts a supersized reboot of much-loved darts show Bullseye. Four pairs of `Knowers" and `Throwers" take on the questions and the dart boards, for a chance to win big prizes in the Epic Endgame, including a luxury holiday to Mexico. With Richard Ashdown keeping the scores

Review

Bullseye is back! Which is to say, it once again features in this retro game show, having been on Alan Carr’s roster of revivals in both previous series. The darts quiz is among the most beloved of the old formats, but possibly not the one best suited to these souped-up cover versions, since much of the charm of the original was in its low-key presentation. That’s all replaced by the usual cheeky gags, loud applause and shiny floors as four pairs of contestants vie for the chance to attempt the complex and frankly rather silly new spinning-dartboard final round. But some of the old magic survives. Altogether now: iiiiiiiiiin one…

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PresenterAlan Carr
Series producerJuliet Morrish
Series directorRichard Valentine
Series producerToby Brack
Executive producerJonno Richards

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  • Summary

    The comedian hosts a supersized reboot of much-loved darts show Bullseye. Four pairs of `Knowers" and `Throwers" take on the questions and the dart boards, for a chance to win big prizes in the Epic Endgame, including a luxury holiday to Mexico. With Richard Ashdown keeping the scores

    Review

    Bullseye is back! Which is to say, it once again features in this retro game show, having been on Alan Carr’s roster of revivals in both previous series. The darts quiz is among the most beloved of the old formats, but possibly not the one best suited to these souped-up cover versions, since much of the charm of the original was in its low-key presentation. That’s all replaced by the usual cheeky gags, loud applause and shiny floors as four pairs of contestants vie for the chance to attempt the complex and frankly rather silly new spinning-dartboard final round. But some of the old magic survives. Altogether now: iiiiiiiiiin one…

    Details

    Languages
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    PresenterAlan Carr
    Series producerJuliet Morrish
    Series directorRichard Valentine
    Series producerToby Brack
    Executive producerJonno Richards

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