BBC show ‘Eating with My Ex’ on hunt for Welwyn Hatfield failed relationships

Eating with My Ex, the Bafta-nominated BBC Three show which reunites former couples over dinner to pick over the bones of their failed relationships, is looking for Welwyn Hatfield case studies.

Eating with My Ex, the Bafta-nominated BBC Three show which reunites former couples over dinner to pick over the bones of their failed relationships, is looking for Welwyn Hatfield case studies.

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Eating with My Ex, the Bafta-nominated BBC Three show which reunites former couples over dinner to pick over the bones of their failed relationships, is looking for Welwyn Hatfield case studies.

Eating with My Ex is making the leap from a short-form series to a 10 episode long-form series and producers are keen to include former couples from Welwyn Hatfield.

The short-form series found huge success on BBC Three, iPlayer and across social platforms, racking up nearly 20 million views.

However, the new series will see the episodes extend to 30 minutes and will include a celebrity special.

Alongside the often awkward and revealing questions being served up, exciting new ingredients have been added to ensure that Eating with My Ex delivers plenty more heart-warming, funny and authentic encounters.

Damian Kavanagh, controller BBC Three, said: “I’m delighted with the transformation of Eating with My Ex into a long-form commission and the incredible journey it has taken speaks to the flexibility of form that BBC Three affords.

“We’re really excited it has been developed into a 10-part series which I’m sure audiences will love.”

If you want one last meal with your ex, closure, have unfinished business or want to reminisce then email casting@shotglassmedia.co.uk

To make matters less awkward, you don’t need to contact your ex beforehand as casting producers will do that for you.


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