TV's Naughtiest Blunders was an out-takes show, that ran from 2000 till 2005. It was shown on ITV and produced by Carlton Television. The show was narrated by Neil Morrissey and featured edited out clips and mistakes made by people on TV. The show frequently contained swearing, sexual innuendo and nudity, and because of this it was usually shown late at night. The show sometimes featured deleted out scenes from the news and soaps as well as documentaries and many other TV programmes.
From 2004 to 2005, the show consisted of a voiceover and continuous clips, with commentary from Neil Morrisey who took over from Penk.
Most of the clips shown on the programme were caused by actors forgetting their lines or not being able to stop laughing at what they have to say.
Some shows were titled "All New TV's Naughtiest Blunders", but in the same way of You've Been Framed!, the "All New" tag was featured in the show, or was the title given to the show at the time of broadcast, and had no effect to this date.