Here's how to watch The Great British Bake Off 2020 online...
The Great British Bake Off is back on our screens for a brand new series, continuing with chocolate week. Here’s how to watch The Great British Bake Off online anywhere in the world.
Socially distanced filming isn’t the only change for the 2020 helping of our favourite baking show, because new face Matt Lucas has joined the gang, replacing Sandi Toksvig.
Little Britain star, Matt, has teamed up with Noel Fielding to present the show, while hard-to-please judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood are back to cast their critical eyes over the Victoria sponges.
Amazingly, the eleventh series of The Great British Bake Off – which is currently on Channel 4 – managed to kick off filming despite lockdown restrictions. Episode four, which is being shown on Tuesday 13th October at 8pm, is all about yummy chocolate. The remaining bakers will have to be on top form as they’re set three very taxing challenges. Among them is the showstopper which will see them take on something very tricky invoving white chocolate.
The 12 new contestants hoping to avoid any soggy bottoms are armoured guard Dave, accountants Makbul and Hermine, sculptor Marc and digital manager Laura.
Also joining them in the tent is project manager Mark, retirement living team manager Linda, student Peter, radiographer Loreia, music teacher Rowan, pantomime producer Lottie and pharmacy dispenser, Sura.
Don’t miss out on the baking delights – here’s how to watch The Great British Bake Off online even if you’re not in the UK.
How to watch The Great British Bake Off online in the UK for free
The Great British Bake Off started on Channel 4 on Tuesday 22nd September at 8pm. The second episode will go out on Tuesday 29th September at 8pm. It will run to 9.30pm.
The series will also be aired on 4OD where you will also be able to catch up on any episodes you might have missed.
How to watch The Great British Bake Off online from abroad
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How to watch The Great British Bake Off in the US
US fans of The Great British Baking Show – as it is known in the US – can tune in for the new series on US Netflix.
The streaming channel started showing the 2020 series on 25th September – just three days after it first aired in the UK.
How to watch The Great British Bake Off in Ireland
There are currently no plans to show The Great British Bake Off in Ireland at the moment.
How to watch The Great British Bake Off in Australia
You can watch the first four seasons of The Great British Bake Off with a subscription to Foxtel Now.
There are currently no plans to add series 11 of the baking show to the streaming channel.
Who won Great British Bake Off 2019?
David Atherton, an international health advisor, was crowned the 2019 champion. Atherton wasn’t the favourite going into the final, but his showstopper called Peachy PicNik proved a winner.
Why did Sandi Toksvig leave the Great British Bake Off?
Sandi told us: “Like bread, everything has a shelf life I did three years and I loved the team and Prue will always be a life long friend, but I’m 62 years old and I have a lot to do and decided it was probably enough meringue for me!”