Mad Mad World (TV series)

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Mad Mad World
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Genre Comedy
Written by Les Keen
Aiden Spackman
Rob Colley
Marc Haynes
Mark Augustyn
Chris England
Directed by Ian Lorimer
Presented by Paddy McGuinness
Starring Team Captains
Rhys Darby
Rufus Hound
Regular Panellists
Rob Rouse
Composer(s) Nick Foster
Ken Bolam
Original language(s) English
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 7 (1 unaired) (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Ash Atalla
Richard Foster
Producer(s) Luke Shiach
Location(s) BBC Television Centre
Editor(s) Steve Andrews
Tim Ellison
Dan Evans
Running time 45 minutes (inc. adverts)
Production company(s) Roughcut TV
Release
Original network ITV, STV, UTV
Picture format 16:9
Original release 30 June (2012-06-30) – 11 August 2012 (2012-08-11)

Mad Mad World is an entertainment-comedy panel show broadcast on ITV, presented by comedian Paddy McGuinness, featuring team captains Rufus Hound and Rhys Darby, and regular panellist Rob Rouse. The show began airing on 30 June 2012 and finished abruptly on 11 August 2012 with a regular slot on Saturday late nights. Each episode features three celebrity guests from the world of television, news and comedy, who attempt to answer questions on topics from all around the world. The series was originally due to be shown on 14 April 2012, but was postponed as a consequence of 2012's scheduling shenanigans between Britain's Got Talent and The Voice UK. It eventually emerged after Euro 2012, still in a late-evening slot.[1]

Episode guide[edit]

The coloured backgrounds denote the result of each of the shows:

     – Indicates Rhys' team won.
     – Indicates Rufus and Rob's team won.
Episode First broadcast Rhys' team Rufus and Rob's team Scores
1x01 30 June 2012 Jason Byrne and Janice Dickinson Louis Walsh
6–3
1x02 7 July 2012 Denise van Outen and Jonathan Ross Antony Cotton
8–7
1x03 14 July 2012 Lisa Snowdon and Gino D'Acampo Martin Kemp
5–3
1x04 21 July 2012 Christine Bleakley and Peter Andre Vinnie Jones
5–3
1x05 28 July 2012 Charlie Baker and Kimberly Wyatt Joe Swash
7–5
1x06 4 August 2012 Stacey Solomon and Eamonn Holmes Stephen K. Amos
7–3
1x07 11 August 2012 David Hasselhoff and Coleen Nolan Louie Spence
5–3

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