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The Hundred: promo

“It’s been over a year in the making and we’ve uncovered some amazing stats along the way as well as some really boring ones."

Nine this week debuted a promo for its upcoming Andy Lee show The Hundred.

The Hundred is kind of like reverse Gogglebox. Gogglebox is everyday people sitting in their homes and picking apart TV shows, whereas The Hundred is a TV show diving into everyday people’s homes and learning more about their lives,” Lee said.

“It’s been over a year in the making and we’ve uncovered some amazing stats along the way as well as some really boring ones. In a bold decision, we’ve decided to leave the boring ones out of the show. In a post-truth era, The Hundred fearlessly crunches the numbers to find out who we really are, in a laugh-out-loud format.”

The Hundred is a weekly, one-hour, prime-time comedy panel show featuring 100 everyday Australians from all around the country, joining Andy and his guest panellists via a giant 27-square metre screen. Handpicked to represent the makeup of Australia, “The Hundred” are standing by to be polled live and give us the stories behind the stats.

Each week, our favourite comedians and celebrities will battle it out to prove who really knows Australia best, challenging “The Hundred” and unpacking the facts along the way. Whatever story has gripped the nation each week, we’ll be able to find out what Australia really thinks about it.

The Hundred is an original concept by Screentime Australia and Andy Lee, in association with Channel 9.

An airdate is yet to be announced.

6 Responses

  1. Right. So it’s been over a year in the making…without Lee. Let’s not have him stand in front of media and imply he’s been involved in this project for a year because that sounds like he’s trying to play this show against his work on The Cube (also titled “with Andy Lee”)

      1. Also could have been in development before being attached to a network. Rare though to see a host front shows on two different networks in the same calendar year in Australia.

        This though looks like a very poor version of The Ranganation, which became a much better show when they had to ditch doing it with the panel as an audience and switched to doing it over zoom.

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