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QI

QI is British Comedy TV series. Produced by Talkback Thames. Stars: Alan Davies, Stephen Fry, Sandi Toksvig. It debuted on Sep 11, 2003, on BBC Two. The series has 8.6 * rating by IMDb. Won the British Comedy Award, National Television Award, Golden Rose. QI is filmed in UK.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of QI Were Made: 16 (245 episodes)

Season 17

BBC Two

Season 16

Season premieres on September 10, 2018

Returns: December 18, 2018

Finale: March 8, 2019

BBC Two, 18 episodes

Season 15

Season premieres on October 20, 2017

Finale: March 2, 2018

BBC Two, 18 episodes

Season 14

2016, BBC Two, 18 episodes

Season 13

2015, BBC Two, 18 episodes

Season 12

2014, BBC Two, 18 episodes

Season 11

2013, BBC Two, 18 episodes

Season 10

2012, BBC Two, 18 episodes

Season 9

2011, BBC Two, 9 episodes

Season 8

2010, BBC Two, 18 episodes

Season 7

2009, BBC Two, 18 episodes

Season 6

2008, BBC Two, 12 episodes

Season 5

2007, BBC Two, 13 episodes

Season 4

2006, BBC Two, 13 episodes

Season 3

2005, BBC Two, 12 episodes

Season 2

2004, BBC Two, 12 episodes

Season 1

2003, BBC Two, 12 episodes

Where Can I Stream QI

Find All Songs from QI

QI Show Time

QI is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 16 Episode 18 (VG: Part Two) - Air Date: Mar 08, 2019 (2 months ago)

News & Interviews

Have I Got News For You, QI: 20 of the biggest panel shows ever, ranked - Digital Spy - via Digitalspy

Only one series of Taskmaster has actually been on TV so far, but it already seems to have gone down a storm (no wonder that Dave ordered two more series at once). The challenges faced by the celebs are all very silly - from trying to identify the contents of a pie without breaking the crust (our kind of puzzle) to making a Swedish person blush - but then, we do love a bit of silliness. Also: Alex Horne's facial expressions are stunning.

QI: quite interesting facts about words - Telegraph - Telegraph.co.uk - via Telegraph

Alan Davies: QI comedian facing legal action over Lord McAlpine tweet - Telegraph.co.uk - via Telegraph

BBC's QI: 'Avocados and butternut squash are not vegan' - FreshPlaza - via Freshplaza

Desiree Burch, BBC Comedy Star Of QI, Performs In Best Of The Dirty Thirty This December - Broadway World - via Broadwayworld

Alan Davies reveals the REAL reason Stephen Fry left QI - Digital Spy - via Digitalspy

"You see what a mess other shows are, how long they take to record and how the audience is in torment. Then you go to a QI recording with Stephen in the chair and the two hours fly by – there are no pauses, barely a fluff on the autocue. Up-tempo, funny, sharp."

Who is Teri Hatcher? Desperate Housewives actress set to appear on latest QI series on BBC2 - The Sun - via Thesun

QI series N: Watch the first clip of Sandi Toksvig on BBC show after replacing Stephen Fry - The Independent - via Independent

Sandi Toksvig: Being QI host means I can't be naughty - the Irish News - via Irishnews

The QI Elves are bringing No Such Thing As A Fish to Reading - via Inyourarea

Two halves of crazy facts and comedy: ludicrous stand-up from us in the first half, and in the second half, a podcast recorded live, with all the bits we later have to cut out because everyone in the room's laughing too hard.

Dubliners Are Very Angry At BBC Show 'QI' And What They Said About This 'Dublin Slang Word' - Lovin.ie - via Lovin

Cornerstone bags QI writer's debut in 24-hour pre-empt - The Bookseller - via Thebookseller

Dubliners very unhappy with QI's word of the day which they say is 'Irish slang' - Dublin Live - via Dublinlive

Tonight's TV: QI and On Drums: Stewart Copeland! - The National - via Thenational

QI fan? Here are 40 of the best facts chosen by the team behind the BBC show - iNews - via Inews

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