The television season has been another fantastic year, and what better way to honor all your favorite stars and shows than with the launch of our annual TV Times Awards?
It''s been a fun year for television game shows, from revisiting old favorites to getting to know new format and presenters, it''s been excellent, and we''ve even learned a few things along the way!
Here are all the nominations for the 2022 TV Times Awards Favourite Game Show category.
Favourite Game Show TV Times Awards 2022
TV Times Awards 2022 how to vote
The process of taking part in the voting is simple! Select from your favourite TV shows and stars on the TV Times Awards online voting page.
This post gives us an example of what has been entertaining us in game displays this year...
Alan Carrs Epic Gameshow ITV
We loved Alan Carr''s infectious enthusiasm for living, so we were pleasantly surprised by another series of his. Featuring''super-sized'' and reinvented ''game shows from the past, the show is a fast-paced and hilarious way to spend some time. This series includes versions of and.
Beat the Chasers ITV
This lively and fun spin-off from Bradley Walsh invites contestants to go head-to-head with not one, but five Chasers. Can anyone overcome the greatest quiz team ever?
Blankety Blank BBC1
Bradley Walsh is back in the running with his wildly popular classic game game. It''s the old show we all know and love, and this time it''s Bradley who has to keep the celebrities under control and somehow assist them in winning the prize.
Family Fortunes ITV
It''s a classic. With Gino D''Acampo on the helm, the favorite game show returned to us as families compete head-to-head. It''s a format that shows no sign of becoming boring.
Michael McIntyres The Wheel BBC1
Comedian Michael McIntyre is hosting this hilarious game show showcasing laughs, celebrities, and an incredible spinning wheel. Contestants pick the stars they think will assist them with answering the questions correctly and receive the star award, which is mixed results...
The 1% Club ITV
Lee Mack is the host of this exciting, unusual contest. However, this time, the answers aren''t about retaining facts or information. Rather, the answers are about logic and reason. The start of the show involves 100 contestants who are shuffled down until one winner remains.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?ITV
The host Jeremy Clarkson is as popular as ever. As contestants answer a few equities in an attempt to win the big money prize, they may ask a friend or the audience to get the correct answer, or will they lose everything they''ve got done?
Would I Lie to You? - BBC1
The game show that featured a slew of memes, is never less than side-splittingly funny. Celebrities share embarrassing, funny, or just plain bewildering tales, and their opponents try to guess if what they''re saying is a lie or the truth. It''s simple, and excellent.