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This Time Next Year S2 (UK Version)
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Davina McCall (The Jump, Long Lost Family) hosts a brand new series of this life-transforming primetime entertainment programme.

Each compelling episode features extraordinary people from around the UK who share with viewers what they pledge to change in their life by ‘This Time Next Year’.  Over the course of 12 months they aim to fulfil their dreams of losing weight, meeting an unknown family member, having children, or finally realising a lifelong personal ambition. In this current series, those featured include a young boy who hopes to take his first steps; a mother and daughter who want to lose 15 stone between them; a family who want to help their mum find love and a Bollywood dancer hopeful.   

Their transformations appear instantaneous using the programme’s ‘time travel’ style format. Once each pledge is made, the contributor leave the studio ready to begin their challenge but just moments later reappear completely transformed one year later, hopefully revealing a brand new them.

The current series in the UK is one of two further series recommissioned in the UK. With global productions airing worldwide, this multi-award winning phenomenon is leading the way in the ‘time travel television’ genre trend.

Awards

'Second Most Produced Format Worldwide during 2017' The WIT 2018

'International Programme Sales' Broadcast Awards 2018

'Best Factual Entertainment Format'  C21 International Format Awards 2017

'Best New Format' The Realscreen Awards 2017

'The Defining Show Of The Year' TBI Review Of The Year 2016

 

 

Ratings

Series two premiered in the UK with a peak audience of 2.969 million, 13.6% share.

Series 1


The HIGHEST RATED new entertainment / reality format in the UK 2016.

This Time Next Year was the MOST VIEWED new entertainment or reality series on the UK terrestrial channels (2016).

The first season averaged 3.7 MILLION with an average share of 15.6%.

Across the series it reached 14.2 million individuals, 24% of the UK population.

In the TOP 3 highest rated weekday entertainment programme on a terrestrial channel (Adults 16-34). 

Popular with younger viewers, +29% FOR WOMEN 16-34 yrs, than the channel's weekday average.