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TriForce Productions announces that the RTS award-nominated, all-star comedy panel show, and first ever quiz show centred around Black history, Sorry I Didn’t Know, has been recommissioned by ITV for a fifth series.

Following the success of series four, broadcast in November 2023 which saw the show’s highest ratings to date, Sorry, I Didn't Know is now the longest running show produced by a company led by Black creatives. Filming will take place in the summer and remain part of the mainstream schedule when broadcast later this year.

Fans of the show can expect to see regular team captains Chizzy Akudolu and Eddie Kadi return, overseeing an all-star lineup of guests, alongside host and TriForce co-founder Jimmy Akingbola. However, they cannot rest on their laurels as there will be plenty of fun twists along the way, with more innovative and exciting new elements and surprises in store for viewers.


Fraser Ayres said: “We’re thrilled to be working with ITV once more on this groundbreaking series and are looking forward to showcasing the best in new and established on screen comedy talent, as well as supporting and developing off screen talent through our work with DANDI.”


Katie Rawcliffe, Head of Entertainment Commissioning ITV, added: “I am delighted Sorry, I Didn’t Know is returning for its fifth series, a testament to the entire team, both on and off screen, coming later this year on ITV and ITV.”


Sorry I Didn’t Know is set to begin shooting in front of a live studio audience in London this summer.


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