GWR TV controls the rights to its TV programmes and has distributed these to many of the major broadcasters worldwide. Our programming has broad commercial appeal for audiences with over 850 hours of content in our catalogue featuring ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Details of non-English language programming available on request.

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Officially Amazing

HD / 39 x 30'  HD / 30 x 15’ 

Lion TV for CBBC

Officially Amazing

Hosted by the energetic and engaging Ben Shires, this smash-hit, fast-paced kids-targeted show is on a mission to find the funniest, scariest and most AMAZING record attempts from around the world.

Rated 33% higher than slot average across the most recent series.

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Totally Insane Guinness World Records

HD / 38 x 30’

IMG for ITV2

Totally Insane

Factual entertainment clip show narrated by the hilarious Matt Edmondson, this globe-spanning clip show features breath-taking record attempts at break-neck speed. 

Consistently rated as #1 multichannel broadcast of the night. Popular among younger demographics leading to strong coverage across social media channels.

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Guinness World Records Gone Wild! / Unleashed

HD / 18 x 60’

High Noon Entertainment for TruTV

Guinness World Records Gone Wild

Filmed in front of a live studio audience inside a huge airport hangar, this show features ordinary people with extraordinary talents, in outrageous record-attempts. The audience for 18 – 49s averaged 650k for TruTV peak time-slot.

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Inside Guinness World Records

HD / 2 x 60’

Storyvault Films for ITV1

Inside Guinness World Records

Behind-the-scenes specials exploring how Guinness World Records team go about monitoring all that is Officially Amazing and producing the best-selling copyrighted book in the world.

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Guinness World Records Smashed

HD / 12 x 60’

Outline Productions for Sky 1

Guinness World Records Smashed

Studio-based entertainment, this UK version was hosted by Steve Jones (X-Factor USA) and Konnie Huq (Blue Peter) in front of a live audience in an industrial warehouse. Features include, audience record-breaking participation, viewer-submitted content and a “record challenge” VT from the hosts.

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Guinness World Records Live – The Top 100

SD / 1 x 120’

True Entertainment for NBC

Guinness World Records Top 100

The definitive countdown of the very best Guinness World Records titles of all time. This 120min spectacular won its slot in the 16 – 25 and 26 – 49 demographics. Filmed live at Universal Studios in LA.

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Australia Smashes Guinness World Records

SD / 10 x 30’

Eyeworks for Seven Network

Australia Smashes Guinness World Records

Non-studio-based entertainment which sees James Kerley travelling the country filming Aussies eager to set new and obscure records. Smash-hit in the southern hemisphere achieving a 20% share across the Seven Network.

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New Zealand Smashes Guinness World Records

SD / 13 x 30’

Eyeworks for TV2

New Zealand Smashes Guinness World Records

Studio-based entertainment hosted by the former All Black rugby star Marc Ellis. The show attempts to establish New Zealand as a formidable record-breaking country taking on the craziest records from the GWR archive. A ratings hit with 35% share of audience and double the viewing figures of The Simpsons.

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Guinness World Records: 50 Years, 50 Records

SD / 1 x 120’

Granada for ITV1

Guinness World Records 50 Years 50 Records

Hosted by Jamie Theakston and filmed in front of an audience of record holders. 120mins of death-defying, awe-inspiring and unforgettable entertainment. A proven ratings winner in the 16 – 34 and 4 – 16 demographics.

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