Never Mind The Buzzcocks. Image shows from L to R: Noel Fielding, Greg Davies, Daisy May Cooper, Jamali Maddix
Never Mind The Buzzcocks

Never Mind The Buzzcocks

  • TV panel show
  • Sky Max / BBC Two
  • 1996 - 2021
  • 281 episodes (29 series)

Panel game based on the world of rock and pop music, featuring comedians and musicians. Stars Mark Lamarr, Simon Amstell, Rhod Gilbert, Greg Davies, Phill Jupitus and more.

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Never Mind The Buzzcocks to return for second Sky series

Sky has ordered another series of Never Mind The Buzzcocks. Greg Davies, Noel Fielding, Daisy May Cooper and Jamali Maddix will return for 10 more episodes.

British Comedy Guide, 17th May 2022

Never Mind The Buzzcocks revival returning for second series on Sky

Never Mind The Buzzcocks is returning for a second series on Sky Max.

British Comedy Guide, 26th January 2022 Awards 2021 shortlist

The 60 TV and radio programmes shortlisted across the 10 categories in the Awards 2021 have been revealed. Voting is now open to determine the winners.

British Comedy Guide, 17th January 2022

Greg Davies leaves little to the imagination in leotard

Never Mind The Buzzcocks presenter Greg Davies left the panel open-mouthed after leaving little to the imagination in a skintight leotard.

Robert Mann, The Sun, 28th October 2021

I still can't get over the fact that Noel Fielding - such a brazen goth! - presents Bake Off. Last week he also returned as one of the team captains on Sky's fresh spin on the long-running music quizshow Never Mind The Buzzcocks, alongside new host Greg Davies, new team captain Daisy May Cooper (This Country) and regular contestant Jamali Maddix. The guests were Jade Thirlwall (ex-Little Mix), singer Anne-Marie and Mash Report comedian Nish Kumar.

If you want to feel old, watch a music panel show where no one recognises Buck's Fizz in the lineup section. Elsewhere, it was entertaining: Cooper, in particular, channelled her own rock star to the point where she started reminding you of everyone you've ever seen stealing other people's drinks in a backstage area. If I have one criticism, it's that the music content is now almost jarringly mainstream. With previous Buzzcocks personnel, you got the impression that they knew and cared enough about music to descend, if necessary, into an unseemly row about Fall lyrics. Comedy is crucial, but don't (completely) forget the music.

Barbara Ellen, The Observer, 26th September 2021

Never Mind The Buzzcocks review

It's back? I'd barely noticed it had gone.

James Jackson, The Times, 22nd September 2021

Review: Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Sky Max

They said it couldn't and maybe shouldn't be done. They did it and it worked. Welcome back.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 22nd September 2021

Never Mind The Buzzcocks review

The music quiz is back from rehab, cleaned up and on Sky. Girls are finally allowed, too - though with a show this confused, they might regret smashing this glass ceiling.

Stuart Heritage, The Guardian, 21st September 2021

Never Mind The Buzzcocks review

Times have changed - this reinvention proves it's cool to be kind.

Ed Power, i Newspaper, 21st September 2021

Never Mind The Buzzcocks review

Panelists laughed so heartily at each other's jokes it may as well have been a rehearsal - time to put some booze in those famous mugs?

Michael Hogan, The Telegraph, 21st September 2021

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