It's Not Me, It's You - Netflix

Eamonn Holmes keeps order while two teams of well-known celebs and comedians go head-to-head over a series of fun and cheeky games and challenges to try to prove that they know what's what in the world of dating and relationships.

It's Not Me, It's You - Netflix

Type: Panel Show

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-06-23

It's Not Me, It's You - It's Not Me, It's You (game show) - Netflix

It's Not Me, It's You is a British comedy panel game show that aired on Channel 5 from 23 June to 19 August 2016 and is hosted by Eamonn Holmes, with Kelly Brook and Vicky Pattison as team captains.

It's Not Me, It's You - Format - Netflix

The first round, Deal Breakers, sees the teams trying to predict whether the audience considered something acceptable or unacceptable, such as whether a wacky marriage proposal was a deal-breaker or not; in the fourth episode, the team guessed which one of the three members of the opposing team were responsible for a quote in a round called First Impressions. The second round is specific to the panellists: In the first and fourth episodes, before the break there was a video which the panellists were shown half of and had to guess the contents of the second half. In Episode 1, this was followed by a round called “Shake Your Tail Feather” due to that show's panellists including Anton du Beke and Frankie Bridge and was where they demonstrated a dance which the rest of the panellists have to guess whether the dance originated from a man or from a beast; the fourth episode saw the panellists trying to guess the opposing team's celebrity crushes. The second episode included “Steph & Dom's Love Potions”, where two of its panellists tried to identify a concoction's purpose from drinking it, and also included a round called “Bonkbusters”, where teams had to identify the longest chain of celebrity romances from a Blockbusters-style grid; the third episode contained “Eye of the Cougar” in honour of Lesley Joseph which saw her trying to match up five occupations with the five men in front of her. The fourth saw panellist Chris Kamara trying to remember his wife's birthday and wedding anniversary. Subsequent episodes were cut down to 30 minutes from 45 minutes, so it is not known what would have been played in those episodes. Next, “You Complete Me” sees panellists trying to complete a celebrity quote with certain salient words missing. The third episode followed this with a version of Play Your Cards Right where the teams had to guess whether the celebrity had more or less reported infidelities. The final round of the show, “Love at First Swipe”, sees the captains interacting with sixteen men, eight men each, that have been selected by a member of the audience using a Tinder-style game on a giant screen and they have to try to guess which men she picked.

It's Not Me, It's You - References - Netflix