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The legal proceedings surrounding these would last until 6 February It was an immediate hit, with more than two million viewers and a further 18 episodes were commissioned by the BBC that year.
Series were also produced in many European countries. Although the series had various directors and producers, all were produced in the UK by Mentorn and executive produced by Tom Gutteridge and Steve Carsey.
The initial series were staged in various film studios around London but the stage and pit area became too large to fit into any of the conventional studios, so filming was later moved to an aircraft hangar at RAF Newton.
Viewing figures dropped significantly in the early s, reaching only 1. Following its move to Channel 5 in November , the show first began airing in a new Sunday night slot and launched with one million viewers; however ratings fell quickly to , resulting in the show moving to Saturday nights after just three episodes.
On 13 January , the BBC confirmed that it would be rebooting the show for a six-part series. Some robots from the original series returned, including Behemoth and Storm II, as well as four of the original House Robots , which were upgraded to be heavier, faster, better armed and with new looks.
The first episode received about two million viewers and was the top trending topic on Twitter with over 20, tweets.
A second rebooted series was commissioned with a first celebrity special in 16 years, in which celebrities, such as Olympians Kadeena Cox and Alistair Brownlee and Jonny Brownlee , TV presenters Suzi Perry , Neil Oliver and Maggie Aderin-Pocock , singer Jordan Stevens and radio presenters Scott Mills and Robbie Savage had bespoke robots designed for them by eight major roboteers, who mentored them during the specials.
During its original airing, the first rebooted series was sometimes referred to as 'Series 1', presenting itself as a completely new show.
Starting in , however, the BBC began referring to it as Series 8, with the following second series appropriately dubbed Series 9, acknowledging itself as a continuation of the original show.
Although the format changed several times over the years, these rules remained the same across all series and competitions.
There were also two series made for the UK, Robot Wars Extreme , which did not focus on a single championship.
In keeping with his edgy persona established on Top Gear , Clarkson frequently made tongue-in-cheek jokes about competitors and their robots, such as remarking that a contestant robot called "Skarab" looked like "cheese on toast".
Clarkson left Robot Wars after the first series and was replaced with Craig Charles. Charles presented Robot Wars until it ceased production in So I made a few phone calls and the rest is history.
In comparison to Charles' background in science fiction, Philippa Forrester was best known as co-host of the science and technology programme Tomorrow's World.
Forrester was pit reporter for six of the show's nine series; Julia Reed took the role for Series 4 and Extreme 1 since Forrester was unable to participate in the programme due to pregnancy , but Forrester returned for Series 5, Series 6 and Extreme 2.
When the programme moved to Channel 5 for the seventh series, Forrester did not return for unknown reasons, so Jayne Middlemiss took over the pit reporter duties.
Jonathan Pearce was the show's commentator throughout its entire run, becoming one of only two people the other being judge Noel Sharkey to appear in every episode of the programme; he commentated in the same loud and enthusiastic manner as his football commentaries.
Activate" and "Cease! These phrases were announced by the director, Stuart McDonald and became a recognisable part of the series for the entire duration of its run.
They reprised their roles in the ninth and tenth series. Throughout the series, house robots acted as obstacles to competing robots in battles and challenges.
House robots were permitted to attack robots that were in the Corner Patrol Zones at the corners of the arena or upon the submission of a competing robot.
The house robots were an intrinsic part of the programme's success and merchandising of these robots was highly successful.
From the Fourth Wars, a non-competitive "Refbot" was present during fights. This robot conveyed officiating signals such as counting out immobile competitors on the arena, gave occasional nudges to help battles along and could deploy a fire extinguisher where necessary.
They are considerably heavier with improved weaponry. Visually, all four look similar to their predecessors, but with significant differences: Dead Metal's head has been enlarged with glowing eyes, Matilda's back-mounted fins have been replaced with smaller crocodilian scales, spikes appear on her frill, her eyes are now red and her whole head section now flips up; Shunt has enlarged wheel protectors and metal chimneys replacing the smokestack; and Sir Killalot's armour and helmet has been entirely redesigned.
This was said to be to show the actual shape of Sir Killalot's head, rather than the helmet he is wearing. The other house robots did not return for this series.
The arena was approximately 32 by 48 feet 9. For Series 1 to 3 the arena was not enclosed as such, as the audience were raised above the arena.
The increasing sophistication of weaponry from contestant robots — most notably demonstrated by Hypno-Disc in Series 3 — as well as arena hazards prompted producers to enclose the arena entirely in a perspex box 20 feet 6.
In early , the Robot Wars arena was purchased from the television production firm Mentorn by a company called Robot Arenas Ltd. In , a new arena was constructed in a warehouse in Renfrew , on the outskirts of Glasgow , for use in the rebooted series.
Throughout Robot Wars' run, arena hazards were introduced and amended. Generally, hazards which proved ineffective were omitted in later series, however some hazards proved to be a success such as the Pit of Oblivion, Floor Flipper and the Drop Zone and were retained.
The assorted hazards in the arena that changed from one series the next included:. Pullback and friction toys were made of all the House Robots, with the exception of Cassius Chrome as the toys from Logistix Kids had stopped production when it was introduced for The Seventh Wars and the toys would have resumed production by Series 8, 9 or 10 but this did not happen until Hexbug did so rather late in Each came with an accessory.
There were also smaller remote control battlers, which had "immobilisation spots" on the rear of the toy.
Bash and the competitor robot Tornado were the only two made. These were smaller than the other remote control robots mentioned above.
A Sergeant Bash pitstop kit was prototyped but never released. Minibots were a series of small die-cast replica robots. They had an interactive replica arena and two additional playsets.
Several VHS videos were released of the show. These included "The First Great War" a look at the making of Series 1, "The First World Championship" which was released exclusively on video and the "Ultimate Warrior Collection" featuring exclusive access to the teams of Chaos 2 , Hypno-Disc and Razer , along with footage of their battles.
Along the same lines an "Ultimate Archive Collection" was released showing exclusive footage of the House Robots and their operators along with some of their greatest battles and most embarrassing moments.
The footage and content remained the same as the VHS releases. Series 8 was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 29 August , making it the first full series of Robot Wars to be released on home media.
It was later released digitally. After the first three titles sold over , copies, a fourth and final game, released on Game Boy Advance , Microsoft Windows and Xbox in was called Robot Wars: Extreme Destruction.
A huge array of other merchandise was produced due to the success of the show. Items available included mugs, glasses, mobile phone covers, toiletries, stationery, clocks, watches, bedding, curtains and clothing.
The show even produced an unsuccessful single, which peaked at number 51 in the UK singles charts in December , called "Sir Killalot Vs.
It featured many robots from the TV series as well as robots competing in the newer live events. It also included the original Robot Wars arena and various live arenas.
It was released to the public in September and an updated version which included more robots was released in February