This great British Bake Off Final Nabs Sizeable Slice of Audience Share With 6.9 Million Viewers
Unless you have seen the Great British Bake Off season finale, please do not read this story. Major spoilers are coming soon.
The Great British Bake-Off nabbed a large slice of the U.K. audience share on Tuesday evening with its final episode of this season.
The average was 5.6 million viewers, compared to 30.4% of the audience share.
The acclaimed bakers Chigs Parmar, Crystelle Pereira and Giuseppe DellAnno ate food for the Mad Hatters tea party.
The final was particularly tense after the knockout of Jurgen Krauss, one of the favorites to win the show, in the semi-finals.
Italian DellAnno triumphed and took home the baking crown.
The show lost its original line-up when it moved from the BBC to Channel 4 in 2017. Judge Mary Berry and hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc chose not to return to the new home of the series.
The show is still a hit with viewers, who are entranced to the often bombastic creations produced by amateur bakers.
As for the calorie-laden series, known as The Great British Baking Show on Netflix, the movie Red Notice screamed in the film Place of Gal Gadot in which the director explains how the baron is seated at home while judging some cakes by Prue Leith.