Comedy panel show where contestants have to bluff about their deepest secrets... the opposing team have to find out which ones are true. The first show of Series 1 had 3.8 million viewers, a 19% audience share at the time it was broadcast.The first show of Series 2 had 3 million viewers and a 14% audience share.The first show of Series 3 had 2.8 million viewers, the lowest number for a series opener so far; however, this equated to a 17% audience share.The first show of series 4 had 3.12 million viewers and a 19.7% audience share, the best performance for a series opener since series 1.The series 5 premiere had the show's highest ratings to date, with 4 million viewers and a 17.2% audience share.Series 6 began with an audience share of 14.9% and peak viewing figures of 3.53 million.The coloured backgrounds denote the result of each of the series: On iPlayer. Filming for the second series took place between 15 November and 18 December 2007.

The show was presented by Angus Deayton in 2007 and 2008. It is impossible for viewers to follow the scores until they are read out at the end of each round, as some questions are edited out. Would I Lie to You? This list does not include the special Comic Relief episode. The second series was filmed at Filming of a third series of eight episodes took place at Filming of a fourth series of eight episodes took place at Pinewood Studios again during April and May 2010, and was broadcast between 23 July 2010 and 10 September 2010 on BBC One at 22:35. However, from the sixth series the scores were re-recorded to reflect what had made the edit and not the whole recording. The compilation episode aired on 17 September 2010. The fifth series was filmed during March 2011 and started airing from 9 September at 21:30.The sixth series of the show was recorded in March 2012 and began its broadcast on 13 April 2012.In all rounds, the scoring system is the same: teams gain a point for correctly guessing whether a statement is true or not, but if they guess incorrectly the opposing team gets a point. Since 2009 it has been hosted by Rob Brydon and stars David Mitchell and Lee Mack as the team captains.

(informally abbreviated as WILTY) is a British comedy panel show aired on BBC One, made by Zeppotron for the BBC. It was first broadcast on 16 June 2007. The following have all appeared multiple times as one of the guest panelists on the show. Would I Lie to You?