The Big Quiz (TV series)
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|The Big Quiz|
|Presented by||Stephen Mulhern|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||5|
|Production company(s)||ITV Studios|
|Original network||ITV, STV, UTV|
|Original release||16 December 2011– present|
|Episode||Air date||Teams||Team 1||Team 2|
|1||16 December 2011||Coronation Street vs Emmerdale||Jennie McAlpine
Jack P. Shepherd
|2||15 April 2012||The Only Way Is Essex vs Benidorm||Joey Essex
|3||26 July 2012||The Big Sports Quiz: Boys vs Girls||Paddy McGuinness
|4||1 January 2016||Coronation Street vs Emmerdale||Michael Le Vell
Jack P. Shepherd
|5||6 January 2017||Jack P. Shepherd
Natalie J. Robb
Episode 1 (2011)
The first episode aired on 16 December 2011 with the teams consisting of the cast of Coronation Street: Jennie McAlpine, Malcolm Hebden, Patti Clare and Jack P. Shepherd and Emmerdale: Mark Charnock, Natalie Anderson, Danny Miller and Meg Johnson.
Episode 2 (2012)
The second episode aired on 15 April 2012 with the teams consisting of the cast of the hit comedy Benidorm: Jake Canuso, Crissy Rock, Janine Duvitski and Shelley Longworth and ITV2 reality show The Only Way is Essex: Joey Essex, Lauren Goodger, James Argent and Gemma Collins.
Episode 3 (2012)
The third episode (The Big Sports Quiz) aired on 26 July 2012 and saw boys and girls battle for who's best at sport, fronting the teams were 71 Degrees North presenters Charlotte Jackson and Paddy McGuinness and panellists Joe Hart, Kriss Akabusi, Mark Foster, Amy Williams, Karen Pickering and Louise Hazel.
Episode 4 (2016)
A fourth episode of The Big Quiz aired on 1 January 2016. The teams were Coronation Street vs. Emmerdale. Playing for Coronation Street were Michael Le Vell, Brooke Vincent, Sue Cleaver and Jack P. Shepherd. Playing for Emmerdale, Mark Charnock, Charlotte Bellamy, Liam Fox and Samantha Giles were playing. Emmerdale were the victors of the game.