Netflix announced a new slate of unscripted originals on the way at the Edinburgh TV Festival this week and one of them includes a game show which was filmed "on a remote farm in the hills of Ireland".

Called 'Flinch', it's an all action comedy game show hosted by comedians Desiree Burch, Lloyd Griffith and Seann Walsh (pictured above). It has one simple rule: do not flinch.

Contestants test their nerves on three "fiendish" games and if they flinch, there are "painful consequences" for them, and for the hosts, who have each chosen a player to represent them in the games.

Sounds slightly terrifying but we're intrigued.

Other new shows on the way to Netflix include 'The Final Table', a global culinary competition featuring the world’s most renowned chefs.

'Death by Magic' sees British magician Drummond Money-Coutts, or DMC for short, on a mission to uncover the stories of magicians who died performing the most dangerous stunts ever attempted.

'Sunderland Till I Die' looks at the unfailing passion of this UK Northern town for its beloved football club.

Finally, 'Derren Brown: Sacrifice' will see the famous psychological illusionist attempt to radically transform one man's prejudices through the use of covert psychological techniques.