The BEST ITV2 Shows
The top 14 shows on ITV2
#1 - Celebrity Juice
Tabloid focused quiz show based on the nation's obsession with all things celebrity.
#2 - FM (2009)
FM is a British sitcom airing on ITV2, starring Chris O’Dowd (The I.T. Crowd) and Kevin Bishop (Star Stories). The first episode aired on February 25, 2009 and the series will run for 6 episodes. The show features music from up-and-coming artists and guest stars from the music industry. The first episode included Justin Hawkins from Hot Leg, and a live music performance from The Guillemots. The second episode included a performance from The Wombats.
#3 - Britain's Got More Talent
A sister show to Britain's Got Talent, this show features more of the acts featured on the main show as well as other acts that didn't quite make it onto the show. Hosted by Stephen Mulhern, he presents backstage gossip from all the shows.
#4 - Secret Diary of a Call Girl
The real-life anonymous blog and book of a high-class London call girl known to the world only as "Belle de Jour" becomes this original series starring Billie Piper as Hannah, an ambitious young woman leading an exciting but dangerous double life as an expensive escort named "Belle" that not even her best friend suspects. Cherie Lunghi and Iddo Goldberg costar in this hit British-produced series.
#5 - Action Team
A spoof comedy that follows the exploits of a special branch of MI6, the Action Team comprises four secret agents – the heroic Logan Mann; mix martial arts and bomb expert, Monica Lang; crack sniper, Graham Hooper; and Huxley, who's just on work experience. They’re overseen by the straight shooting head of operations, Ruth Brooks and her assistant, Anne. Action Team is faced with an evil network that is masterminded by Vladimir Schevchenko, an attention-seeking leader of a tiny republic of Russia – that no one has heard of – who is as inept as he is unpredictable.
#6 - Plebs
Plebs is described as "a thoroughly modern comedy in an ancient setting." Rome is traditionally imagined as the home of emperors and senators, generals and gladiators, a dignified theatre of pomp and ceremony. But what about the little guys, the wasters - new to the big city, stuck in office jobs, unable to get the girls? Plebs follows three desperate young men from the suburbs as they try to get laid, hold down jobs and climb the social ladder in the big city - a city that happens to be Ancient Rome. The show follows Marcus, Stylax and their lazy slave with an attitude problem, Grumio. There's also the boys' ruthless boss, Flavia - an expert manipulator with a private life that's the stuff of legend. Unlikely to be immortalized in the annals or memorialized in a frieze, Marcus, Stylax and Grumio are essentially just a bunch of Plebs. And whether they're wearing togas, or skinny jeans, desperate young men in any period of history are essentially cut from the same cloth.
#7 - Timewasters
Timewasters is a comedy about a struggling four-piece South London jazz band who travel back in time to the 1920's via a urine-sodden lift in a dilapidated block of flats. Stuck in the past after their ‘time machine' is destroyed, our gang decide to explore, before quickly discovering that being young and black in the Jazz Age is a lot less genteel and a lot more shady than Downton Abbey had led them to believe.
#8 - No Heroics
No Heroics is a six-part series that sees a group of British off-duty superheroes living their day-to-day life - which for supposed saviours of the world is actually rather normal, as they just can’t be arsed. Instead, this group of B-listers would rather get drunk and commiserate their lack of superiority in their local superheroes-only pub, The Fortress, reading New Power Express and bitching about everyone who’s more successful than them.
#9 - The Job Lot
The Job Lot is set in a busy West Midlands Job Centre, and focuses on the relationships between the people who work there, and the people who don’t work there, or anywhere else for that matter.
#10 - Love Island
Single hopefuls looking for love complete tasks, couple off and get voted out week by week. Packed full of drama.
#11 - Switch (2012)
Take four girls, add some flirting, a touch of rebelliousness, a pinch of risk-taking, and just a dash of true friendship. The result is Stella, Jude, Grace and Hannah. Switch is an upbeat comedy-drama starring Lacey Turner, Nina Toussaint-White, Phoebe Fox and Hannah Tointon as four young twenty somethings based in London’s Camden Town, who just happen to be witches! The four young witches join forces to try to make their way in the big city. They want to live a modern life, not one based on their mothers' old-fashioned rituals. But modern life presents serious problems, and the girls can't help casting the occasional spell to try to sort things out.
#12 - Zomboat!
A Zombie apocalypse is unleashed in Birmingham and sisters Kat and Jo, together with unlikely travel companions Sunny and Amar must flee for their lives... by canal boat.
#13 - Cockroaches
Cockroaches is a post-apocalyptic romantic-comedy about what happens after a nuclear holocaust. It’s about those things that can survive anything: laziness, boredom, ex-boyfriends who are still stupid. And love.
#14 - Trinity (UK)
Set in the gothic, oak panelled halls of residence and lecture theatres of the fictional Bridgeford University, Trinity College. For over 900 years, Trinity has been an elite playground solely for the über rich and powerful. However, for the first time in its long and illustrious history, Trinity is about to throw open its doors to the hoi polloi! As new girl Charlotte and her fellow students settle in, they begin to realise that all is not what it seems at Trinity. Beneath the glamorous veneer of wealth and privilege lurks a much darker world, ruled by the mysterious Dandelion Club: a select group of over-privileged students used to getting their own way.