Lesley-Anne Brewis ("Expert")
Gogglebox Entertainment for BBC One, 18 April 2016 to present
Teams see three answers. Behind each answer is a question.
Only one of the questions leads to the answer.
Spot the right question-and-answer, and the reward is to try a digit. Find all three digits to open the safe and win the prize.
Two things make the job more difficult. As the game progresses, the questions get harder. And as the team gets digits in the code, they're allowed to see fewer answers.
Looking for two digits? See two questions, reject one they think is wrong before seeing the last question. Not so much more difficult.
Looking for one digit? See one question, and decide whether it's right or wrong before moving on. That's very difficult.
The show is simple to understand, and difficult to win. Matt Allwright keeps the programme moving, there's always a gentle push to come to a conclusion. Television newcomer Lesley-Anne Brewis is the resident "Expert", explaining all the answers and cheering on the players.
Teams are of varying sizes - the show is open to solo players, though they were rare. Duos and trios are more common. Games roll from one programme to the next, so we can't judge an outcome just by looking at the clock.
Based on a format by Mark van Berkel
Nick Foster wrote a score.