First broadcast: Thursday 7th September 2017
Rob Brydon, Emma Bunton and Carol Vorderman join funnyman Lee Mack to challenge more improbable facts. Using whatever wacky means possible, they'll be testing whether parents can tell if their kids are lying, whether you can control someone's hand with your brain and if just one spoonful of olive oil can calm an entire lake.
First broadcast: Thursday 14th September 2017
Are locals the best people to ask for directions? And can 30,000 jumping up and down cause an earthquake? Pull up a chair as host Lee Mack, The Great British Bake Off's Noel Fielding, and comedians Jason Manford and Roisin Conaty put facts like these to the test.
First broadcast: Thursday 28th September 2017
Are you more likely to order dessert if your server is overweight? Does wearing a lab coat make you cleverer? And can you tell whether someone is male or female just from looking at their tongue? David Mitchell, Katherine Ryan and Sir Trevor McDonald go to extreme lengths to find out as they join Lee Mack on his panel show.
First broadcast: Thursday 5th October 2017
Alesha Dixon, Jon Richardson and Danny Baker team up to bust facts on this week's episode of Lee Mack's panel show. They're out to test whether music makes your kids more helpful and if elaborate celebrations during a penalty shoot-out can give your team a better chance of winning. Could these facts have met their match?
First broadcast: Thursday 12th October 2017
Comedian Rob Beckett, Only Connect host Victoria Coren Mitchell and singer Melanie C team up with Lee Mack on the panel show that sets facts straight. Things get wacky as they question whether winning makes people more likely to cheat and if sound can change how something tastes. They also test whether a woman is more likely to agree to a date if she's just listened to a love song.