Former couples in Berkshire are wanted to settle their scores and discover what went wrong over dinner as part of a hit BBC Three series.
Eating With My Ex, which is coming back for a third series, is looking for exes to pick over the bones of their failed relationships.
Some ex-couples might apply with the hope of receiving some closure, while others may even hope to reconcile their differences and get back together.
The first online series was very popular, reaching 19 million views and was nominated for a BAFTA.
It was then turned into a longer show for its second series, and broadcast on BBC One in BBC Three’s new youth programming slot at 10.35pm.
Fiona Campbell, BBC Three Controller said: “Eating with My Ex has been on a great journey with BBC Three.
“It’s been grown from a successful short-form format into a brilliant long-form proposition and we’re very happy to bring it back for another series.
“We love how it deals with universal themes, through the eyes of a range of real people, with humour and emotion.”
The show is produced by Shotglass /Thames (part of Fremantle UK) for BBC Three.
Participants must be 18 or over.
Anyone who wants to apply to be on the show needs to email [email protected]
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