Joe Lycett's Got Your Back. Joe Lycett.

Joe Lycett's Got Your Back

Channel 4 comedy about consumer justice. 14 episodes (2 series), 2019 - 2020. Stars Joe Lycett, Katie Morley and Mark Silcox.

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BAFTA TV Awards 2020 nominations

Catastrophe, Derry Girls, Fleabag and Stath Lets Flats are amongst the nominees in the BAFTA TV Awards 2020.

British Comedy Guide, 4th June 2020

Lycett is fast becoming the millennial Esther Rantzen, fighting for the public's rights in his unique way. This week, Alison Hammond checks how reliable Trustpilot is and Mark Silcox tests bags for life, while Lycett investigates a paintballing company that doesn't seem to be playing fair. Fun but useful stuff.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 29th May 2020

Interview: the extraordinary Joe Lycett

Joe Lycett is filling peak-time slots on BBC One and Channel 4. Roz Laws checks out the upward trajectory of the comedian who takes on the corporates.

Roz Laws, Royal Television Society, 22nd May 2020

More skirmishes on behalf of the consumer from Joe Lycett, this week alongside the guests Katherine Ryan and Mark Silcox - a veritable latterday That's Life! panel. They investigate a dodgy-sounding money-making venture, lift the lid on Black Friday deals and turn the tables on nuisance callers.

Ali Catterall, The Guardian, 22nd May 2020

More customer service comedy, as funnyman Joe Lycett tackles the UK's consumer concerns. Tonight Guz Khan helps him take down fly-tippers and council rubbish collections; comedian Rosie Jones highlights the recycling wrongs of one of Britain's biggest cinema chains; and Mark Silcox chews over Pizza Hut's buffet.

Ali Catterall, The Guardian, 8th May 2020

The comedian formerly known as Hugo Boss has proved that consumer affairs shows don't have to be dry to be effective, grabbing the media's attention with his campaign against the fashion brand. This week, Lycett goes raving with Made In Chelsea's Jamie Laing, and finds out how secure your technology is.

Hannah J Davies, The Guardian, 1st May 2020

Joe Lycett on his current mental health

Joe Lycett has told BBC Radio 5 Live that some of his anxieties have actually reduced whilst being in lockdown. Speaking to Nihal Arthanayake he said: "I think it's returning to the simple and only having a certain number of tasks to do. For some people that's quite valuable."

Nihal Arthanayake, BBC, 17th April 2020

Joe Lycett changes name back from Hugo Boss

The comedian formerly known as Joe Lycett has said he has officially gone back to his own name, a month after legally becoming known as Hugo Boss.

BBC, 16th April 2020

Joe Lycett's Got Your Back review

The comedian returns to take on corporate scoundrels, influencer agencies and a certain major fashion label with some much-needed wit, charm and justice.

Lucy Mangan, The Guardian, 10th April 2020

Joe Lycett returns for a second season of his consumer complaints show, taking to the internet and the streets to root out corporate injustice, ranging from council bin collections to unhygienic Uber Eats deliveries (a worrying prospect during lockdown). In tonight's opening episode, he explains the story behind his name change last month, all in the aid of small businesses. Along for the ride are comic Katherine Ryan and his trusty assistant Mark Silcox.

Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 10th April 2020