March 28, 2019 4.05 pm This story is over 33 months old

Fancy ‘eating with your ex’ in front of TV crews?

A chance for closure and to ask unanswered questions

Anyone who wants closure, an apology or a frank, honest conversation with a former partner over dinner can now apply for the second series of BBC’s Eating With My Ex.

The Bafta-nominated show follows ex-couples as they meet over a meal for a frank, honest conversation about their past relationship.

Makers are looking for people from Lincolnshire to take part.

It is a chance to ask unanswered questions and clear the air, or even get back together, over a meal.

The show is looking for people from all walks of life to apply – click here for more information on how to apply.

The first series proved very popular – it reached 19 million views and was nominated for a Bafta.

It is now going from a short-form series to a 10 episode long-form show. It was originally commissioned as 10×7′ bite-sized chunks. The new series will see the episodes extend to 30 minutes and will include a celebrity special.

The show will be a co-production between FremantleMedia UK labels, Shotglass and Thames.

Entertainment Commissioner at the BBC Kalpna Patel-Knight said: “I’m really excited for the long-form version of Eating with My Ex.

“It worked as bite sized chunks but you really wanted to hear a bit more. The long-form will give you more insight into the relationship and what their family and friends think. It promises to be heart-warming, explosive and fun.”

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