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​'Come Dine With Me' Is Now Available To Watch On Netflix

​'Come Dine With Me' Is Now Available To Watch On Netflix

Get your knives and forks at the ready - as Come Dine With Me is now available to watch on Netflix.

Eager viewers can rewatch the cringeworthy moments right from the start as season one of the popular reality TV meets cooking programme is on the streaming platform now.

Offering us classic moments such as the viral 'what a sad little life Jane' moment, we're literally served these iconic moments on a plate (sorry, we couldn't resist).

Cringeworthy moments in the show's history include the 'What a sad little life Jane?' episode (Credit: Channel 4)
Cringeworthy moments in the show's history include the 'What a sad little life Jane?' episode (Credit: Channel 4)
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But it may be a little while before we get to see that infamous rant on our TV screens as the classic episode of the Channel 4 show actually aired in January 2016.

Take a look at the cringeworthy moment here:

Season one of the show definitely doesn't disappoint, however.

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The Netflix synopsis reveals: "The forks and knives are out when a group of amateur chefs each hosts a dinner party and rates each other's meals for the chance to win a cash prize."

The 20-episode series - which first aired in 2005 - offers us a few gems, including Stoke-on-Trent's answer to Hyacinth Bucket, who makes her bid for dinner party dominance.

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Meanwhile, in another episode, we follow contestant Stuart, who aims to combine two British favourites - the full English breakfast and the curry - into a meal for his guests. We'll reserve judgement on this one.

Contestants are scored on their cooking and hosting skills (Credit: Channel 4)
Contestants are scored on their cooking and hosting skills (Credit: Channel 4)
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And we can't wait for contestant Pippa's turn to host. Well practised in the art of entertaining, Pippa doesn't actually like her guests. We can't wait to see how that one turns out!

And finally, in perhaps a move where she's biting off more than she can chew, host Sarah lays on a 12-starter extravaganza for her guests.

We're shown a tease for what's to come in a clip for the first season and it's certainly entertaining!

"What I've got over everybody else is the hosting skills," quips one very confident contestant in the clip. "I think I'm the ultimate host."

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"Maybe," replies the TV show's narrator, "but some food wouldn't go amiss."

We're with you there!

The first season of Come Dine With Me is available to watch on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4

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