Taskmaster Releases Those Missing Swears

Following last Thursday night's c**k up when C4 aired the edited version of Taskmaster with the swearing bleeped out, the team has put together a compilation of those missing swears.

The incorrect first edition of the new series featured this season's contestants Alan Davies, Morgana Robinson, Victoria Coren Mitchell, Guz Khan and Desiree Burch.

Plus Taskmaster-in-chief Greg Davies and Alex Horne.


Complaints Over Lack Of Swearing on Taskmaster

Taskmaster returned to Channel 4 on Thursday but faced complaints on Twitter over the swearing - or rather the lack of it.

Viewers appeared to be irate over the apparent absence of expletives, which were dinged and bleeped out during the broadcast, even though it aired after the 9pm watershed.

Producer Andy Cartwright tweeted a brief explanation towards the end of the broadcast: "Wrong version of Taskmaster played I’m afraid. Oops. Ding happens."


Taskmaster 12 – Official Trailer

The first trailer for the new series of Taskmaster has been revealed.


Play Taskmaster At Home With New Book

Welcome to the race. It’s not a race against the clock, that would be far easier. Clocks can be fast, but clocks never win races. It’s nearly always humans. Sometimes horses. Occasionally dogs.

This is a race against your fellow Taskmaster players. You are competing against everyone else who is reading this book.
All you’ve got to do is find The Taskmaster’s Head first.


Taskmaster Series 12 Line Up Revealed

In the wake of another heroically fought task tournament, BAFTA winning and International Emmy nominated Taskmaster has revealed a new host of comedy minds signing up for a fresh round of surreal challenges, placing themselves under the scrutiny of Taskmaster Greg Davies, and the watchful eye of his obedient assistant Little Alex Horne.

The news arrives as Sarah Kendall was crowned as series 11 champion with Mike Wozniak a very close second.


News: Taskmaster – My Part In Its Global Success

Taskmaster has become a huge television success. The unique game show in which comedians have to perform increasingly silly stunts such as play golf with a potato or get a random 55-year-old to high five them in a shopping centre has become a worldwide hit. The format, originally created by co-host Alex Horne, has been sold to 170 countries at the last count and nominated for so many awards it is hard to keep up. This Thursday it is back for its eleventh series.


News: More Taskmaster For New Zealand

Alex Horne’s BAFTA winning format Taskmaster has been picked up for a second original series in New Zealand for TVNZ following ratings success. The popularity of Taskmaster continues across Australasia with BBC Studios Australia and TVNZ picking up series ten of the award-winning UK original.


News: Taskmaster 2021 Broadcast Date

BAFTA-winning Taskmaster returns to C4 at 9pm on Thursday March 18th. Starring Greg Davies perched on his regal throne, and Little Alex Horne diligently taking notes to determine who will be the next Taskmaster champion.


News: What Is The All-Time Top Taskmaster Task?

Comedian Jack Bernhardt has ranked the top 100 Taskmaster tasks in the Guardian.

It would be too spoilerish for us if we simply listed the best ones. To find out the precise positions we suggest you go to the Guardian article here.

But we will say is that while we don't always agree with the choices or positions, some of BTJ's favourite tasks do figures strongly.


News: Taskmaster Podcast to Return In 2021

After reaching 1.5 Million downloads with its debut series, the official Taskmaster Podcast is set to launch a second series in the new year hosted by Series 9 Taskmaster Champion Ed Gamble. Produced by the creators of the hit show, the podcast will be available to download from 7th January 2021. 



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