Sky1 officially canceled Bring the Noise series 2

This article has the most up-to-date info on the status of Bring the Noise Series 2 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you in the know. Unfortunately, Sky1 has officially canceled the series. There will be no Series 2.

About the show

Bring the Noise is a new British music, comedy and entertainment game show broadcast on Sky 1. It is presented by Ricky Wilson, one of the Kaiser Chiefs, and also stars singer and actress Nicole Scherzinger, rapper Tinie Tempah and comedians Joel Dommett and Catherine Ryan. It is filmed at Shepperton Studios by Twenty Six 03, an independent production company, whose founder Duncan Gray has had experience developing highly successful entertainment series. The first of the series` eight episodes premiered on October 22, 2015.

The show is a fun and original mix of music trivia, live performances by top-of-the-charts musicians, surprise contests, performance battles between teams of two people – one resident and one new member for each episode – led by their captains. The tasks include singing underwater, singing a song backwards and other silly and entertaining games.

The show`s praised for its unique format featuring a diverse set of activities, thus catering to a very wide audience. Everyone seems to find a segment to enjoy or one of the co-hosts or guests to get temporarily attached to for the duration of the show. The cast is truly multi-talented, as we discover their new facets in each episode, and Ricky Wilson`s charisma and the ability to hold the stage is said to have completely transferred from Kaiser Chiefs concerts onto the television production set. All of the above seems to add up to a bright future on TV for more series to come to the sheer delight of the fans of Bring the Noise.

Latest news

UPDATED April 8, 2016: A piece of unfortunate news for the fans – the music panel show Bring the Noise which featured Ricky Wilson, Nicole Scherzinger, Tinie Tempah and Catherine Ryan has been canceled by Sky1. Low ratings are cited as the reason for not bringing the show pack, as the program managed to score a consolidated average of just 193,000 over the course of the first series. Celia Taylor, head of Sky`s non-scripted programming, expressed her regret at having to drop the series, which she found very entertaining.

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