The BAFTA nominated entertainment series Eating with My Ex will be returning to BBC Three for a brand new series.

Made by Thames (a Fremantle label), Eating with My Ex (10 x 30’) brings exes together to chew over their relationships (as well as a three-course meal) and has seen some hilarious confrontations, heartfelt reunions and shocking revelations.

The series will once again offer exes the chance to lay it all out on the table, getting real and personal as they look to get back together, regain a friendship or simply achieve some closure.

The new series will also include more celebrity specials than ever before – and across those six special episodes, twelve former couples will get together over dinner to discover whether they made the right decision to split, should remain just good friends or perhaps should indulge in an extra helping…

Kalpna Patel-Knight, Commissioning Editor for the BBC said: “Eating with My Ex is one of those programmes that simply simmers and our viewers will can once again look forward to having the best seat at the table as more couples than ever before see if they should rekindle their relationships…or not.”

Amelia Brown, Managing Director, Thames, said: “It’s been incredible to see how audiences have embraced the series over the years, and to see the genuine catharsis the experience can offer our exes. The show has always been about exploring the thoroughly relatable, if sometimes awkward experiences that we all go through, and encouraging a level of honesty we can all aspire to. With more celebrity specials and even more tension, emotion, and above all fun, this next series will be one not to miss.”

Further broadcast details will be announced in due course, meanwhile all previous episodes of Eating with My Ex are available to watch now on BBC iPlayer HERE.

Eating with My Ex is a Thames (a Fremantle label) production for BBC Three, commissioned by Kate Phillips, Director of Entertainment and Fiona Campbell, Controller BBC Three. The Executive Producer is Melissa Waterson and the Series Producer is Kit Simpson. The Commissioning Editor for the BBC is Kalpna Patel-Knight.