They hosted The Price Is Right, Family Fortunes, Play Your Cards Right, Bullseye, Take Your Pick! In 2002, Ant & Dec created and presented their own show, entitled Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.
The show has so far run for fourteen series, with series 15 due to air in early 2018.
Ant & Dec got their first presenting job in 1994, while they were still releasing music under the alias of PJ & Duncan.
They co-presented a Saturday-morning children's show entitled Gimme 5, which was broadcast on CITV.
The duo presented four series of the programme between 19.
The track was pulled from the British charts under the instruction of their record label, Telstar Records, after claims of copyright infringement were made, brought about by a pop duo, 'And all because...', who were also managed by Ant and Dec's management team.
Their first single was a song they performed while part of Byker Grove, entitled "Tonight I'm Free".
The single had some success, and the duo went on to record two albums under their character names of PJ & Duncan.
The series was broadcast from 1995 to 1997, and in 1996, Ant & Dec won two BAFTA Awards, one for 'Best Children's Show' and one for 'Best Sketch Comedy Show'.
In 1997, a VHS release, entitled The Ant & Dec Show – Confidential, was made available in shops, and featured an hour of the best bits from three years of the programme, as well as specially recorded sketches and music videos.