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Club Rep Wars on E4: What is it? Is it WORTH watching?

Brand new series Club Rep Wars will launch on E4 this Sunday (October, 14th).

Following the end of social media experiment The Circle, audiences are desperate for a new show to fill their reality TV void.

Fortunately, Club Rep Wars could be that show.

Here is everything you need to know about the new series!


What is Club Rep Wars About?

If you’ve seen Ibiza Weekender, then the Club Rep Wars format should feel pretty familiar.

The series follows two teams of wannabe club reps on the Greek island of Zante.

Each week a new arrival spends time with the two separate teams, getting involved with activities and nights out, before voting for their favourite team.

Prepare to experience every part of life on Zante’s infamous strip from raunchy pool parties to excruciating hangover days.

Tim Harcourt, Creative Director at Studio Lambert, said:

Loads of Brits still dream of spending a hedonistic summer working the strip in the Mediterranean sun. The competition to land one of these jobs is so fierce, it makes sense to capture the fun of it for E4.

When is it on TV?

Club Rep Wars episode 1 launches on Sunday, October 14th.

The series airs on E4 at 10 pm, straight after the new series of Celebs Go Dating.

How Long Will the Series Last?

The series will air for eight episodes, meaning it will end on December 2nd.

Each episode is 60 minutes long.

Is it Worth Watching?


As long as you’re not expecting a revolutionary and cutting-edge reality TV show then Club Rep Wars shouldn’t disappoint.

The clubs in question – Holiday Box Office and Pure Beach Club – are owned between Ben ‘BJ’ Jackson and none other than Geordie Shore’s Gaz Beadle.

Expect Geordie Shore antics captured by the stylish and comical storytelling of E4 shows such as Five Star Hotel. Airing at 10 pm, it should be a little less PG than Ibiza Weekender, too!




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Liam is our head of Entertainment and Gaming, managing teams globally. His journalism experience has covered everything from sport to health and fitness with companies such as Men's Health and HITC. Before moving into management, writing about the ridiculous antics of the Made in Chelsea crew was by far his most enjoyable topic.