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BBC One orders another series of ‘Would I Lie to You?’

Endemol-owned Zeppotron will be producing a fifth series of entertainment panel show, Would I Lie To You?. BBC One has commissioned the series after series four averaged 3.15 million viewers in its Friday evening slot. Would I Lie To You? stars host Rob Brydon, two team captions and celebrity guests, who tell amazing stories about themselves that may be true or false. New Zealand broadcaster TV3 has also bought the 16x30' format. Series four of the BBC One series will be filmed in spring 2011, to air in the following months.
October 21, 2010

Endemol-owned Zeppotron will be producing a fifth series of entertainment panel show, Would I Lie To You? BBC One has commissioned the series after series four averaged 3.15 million viewers in its Friday evening slot. Would I Lie To You? stars host Rob Brydon, two team captions and celebrity guests, who tell amazing stories about themselves that may be true or false. New Zealand broadcaster TV3 has also bought the 16×30′ format. Series four of the BBC One series will be filmed in spring 2011, to air in the following months.

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