The Hundred with Andy Lee to premiere August 10th on Nine

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• “The Hundred” are standing by to be polled live and give us the stories behind the stats

Channel Nine will gauge the pulse of the nation when The Hundred with Andy Lee premieres Tuesday, August 10th, after The Block

In this weekly one-hour, prime-time comedy panel show, Andy is joined by 100 everyday Aussies who Zoom into the studio from all over the continent to tell us what the nation is really thinking. 

Handpicked to represent the demographic make-up of Australia, “The Hundred” are standing by to be polled live and give us the stories behind the stats while three comedy panellists battle it out to see who knows Australia best.

How many Australians have been arrested? Have you ever dumped your partner by text? How many of us believe in God? Have you ever parked in a disabled spot? Who has never tried Vegemite? 

The Hundred with Andy Lee tackles the big weekly talking points in a funny and irreverent way. Whatever story is gripping the nation, we’ll be able to find out what Australia really thinks about it. 

Host Andy Lee said: “The Hundred is kind of like reverse Gogglebox. Gogglebox is everyday people sitting in their homes and picking apart TV shows, whereas The Hundred is a TV show diving into everyday people’s homes and learning more about their lives.

“It’s been over a year in the making and we’ve uncovered some amazing stats along the way as well as some really boring ones. In a bold decision, we’ve decided to leave the boring ones out of the show. In a post-truth era, The Hundred fearlessly crunches the numbers to find out who we really are, in a laugh-out-loud format.” 

Joining Andy every week will be comedian Mike Goldstein, along with a selection of other comedians and celebrity guests including Tom Gleeson, Hamish Blake, Becky Lucas, Rhys Nicholson, Sophie Monk, Sam Campbell, Nikki Britton, Aaron Chen and many more. 

For your chance to have your say and join the cast, sign up here.

The Hundred is an original concept by Screentime Australia and Andy Lee, produced in association with Channel 9.

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