It's brash it's silly and like the rest of the shows on BBC Three, it's 'heading online'.Peter Robinson, The Guardian, 23rd May 2014
Its first run earlier this year performed relatively sluggishly. But the BBC have a lot invested in Nick Grimshaw - they'll be hoping for slightly more from this returning panel show. But maybe the format is the problem. There are just so many panel show and so little distinguishing them from each other. Maybe commissioners need to think about an altogether new delivery mechanism for their talent.
Grimshaw's a likeable enough character and he'll be rejoined by Rochell Humes and Melvin O'Doom for this survey of life's small irritations. But much like the subject matter, there's just something inessential about this scenario.Phil Harrison, Time Out, 15th October 2013
Xtra Factor star Matt Richardson jokes he 'performed sex act on Simon Cowell in job interview'. The comedian was showing off on Grimmy's BBC3 show as he dished out some controversial gags, including Tulisa's arrest.James Robertson, The Mirror, 11th June 2013
In the old days, panel shows used to be about specific subjects. News, music, sport, politics, TV. What has Grimmy been left with? Stuff. Thanks, BBC Three.
Joining Grimmy on this beige TV adventure are the pregnant one from The Saturdays and famous-in-their-own-bathrooms DJ duo Rickie and Melvin. As you can imagine it's wall-to-wall laughs. If you're a sadist.
The BBC's answer to the bafflingly successful Celebrity Juice, the show ditches all the crude Keith Lemon boobs and spunk gags and replaces them with 30 minutes of meandering middle-of-the-road drivel. The TV equivalent of the Magic FM playlist.
It felt like watching seven people sat in a room, rambling on, hoping that by chance they might stumble upon an idea for a TV show. Sadly for us, this gang are more lost than a good idea in the BBC Three offices.
The pregnant one from The Saturdays shaving a man's chest hair, inane 'banter' about sending naked pictures on Snap Chat, Ricky or Melvin (I don't know which and I don't care) trying to get a man in a gym to rub Deep Heat on his groin. And those were the highlights.
Nick Grimshaw deserves better and so do we.Alex Fletcher, Digital Spy, 4th May 2013
Radio 1's effortlessly hip and hilarious Nick Grimshaw is the perfect host for this new comedy panel show, which will thrash out those trivial everyday niggles, pet hates and dilemmas that get obsessed over by people lucky enough not to have any real problems to sweat over.
Grimmy is joined by team captains Rickie and Melvin from Kiss FM and Rochelle from The Saturdays. With so many comedy panel shows on TV this one might struggle to make its mark, but expect lots of chat about social media. And hair.Jane Simon, The Mirror, 30th April 2013
Life's daily dilemmas are in the spotlight in a new panel show presented by Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw. "We discuss little worries that take over your life," he explains. "Like whether to accept your mother on Facebook, or can I be drunk at a family function, or go to a Justin Bieber concert as an adult male and legitimately enjoy it?" Episodes are being recorded close to transmission, but we're promised quick-witted silliness from Grimshaw and his team captains Rickie and Melvin from Kiss FM and Rochelle Humes of the Saturdays.David Brown, Radio Times, 30th April 2013