New Jaquie Brown Show Due

Three will premiere its latest competition format, Blow Up, on April 17.

Here’s the media release:


02 April 2023 – Warner Bros. Discovery ANZ is pumped to announce the seven incredible artists competing on the exciting new format Blow Up, which premieres on Three and ThreeNow on Monday April 17.

Hosted by comedian and television favourite Jaquie Brown and judged by one of the world’s leading balloon artists, Dave Brenn, this all-new one-of-a-kind, colourful and creative competition format will see Aotearoa’s top balloon artist take home a $25,000 cash prize.

We’ve searched across the country to find the nation’s best in their craft, and they’re ready to pump up and blow away our expert judge. Our bunch of balloon(ers) are:

50 year old interior commercial designer Sharyn from Auckland will be going up against her daughter Jenifer, a 20 year old student also from Auckland.

Representing the South Island is 54 year old Pip from Dunedin, who met fellow competitor and now friend 61 year old Paul from Greytown on an entertainers tour and hasn’t been able to shake him off since.

Joining the lineup is Mum of three, 36 year old Natalie from Paraparaumu,  self-dubbed ‘under-dog’ Trey 33, from Auckland and face painter extraordinaire 36 year old Nancy also from Auckland.

Warner Bros. Discovery Senior Director of Production ANZ, Vicki Keogh says this is a series unlike any other challenge reality format.  “Blow Up is a wonderful family entertainment series that is set to surprise and delight viewers of all ages on Three & Three Now.”

Blow Up is distributed by Banijay rights and produced by Screentime New Zealand for Three & ThreeNow and will premiere  on Monday 17th April.

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3 Responses to “New Jaquie Brown Show Due”

  1. Warning: preg_replace(): Unknown modifier '/' in /home/customer/www/ on line 66
    April 2, 2023 at 3:37 pm

    I’m looking forward to seeing Blow Up, it looks like fun 😁

  2. Has it rated well overseas? And what about the environmental impact? I cant understand why single use plastic bags are banned but balloons are not.

  3. I see there is a news report that Australia will be getting the new streaming service from Warner Bros. Discovery in 2024. I still have the weirdest feeling we may get it before then especially with no word from Sky about having their deal extended 🤔

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