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New 'Five Guys A Week' Series Is Coming To Channel 4 This Month

New 'Five Guys A Week' Series Is Coming To Channel 4 This Month

This autumnal weather has us ready to snuggle up for some A-grade telly, so we're thrilled that Five Guys a Week will soon be back on our screens for a second series.

Yep, that's five new episodes, five new girls and twenty-five hopeful new guys!

Bring. It. On.

Landing on Channel 4 on Friday 18th September at 10pm, the new series of the popular dating show will kick off straight after Gogglebox - which is the kind scheduling we can get on board with.

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The premise of Five Guys a Week (as if you didn't know!) is that a single lady invites five guys she's never met before into her home over the course a week.

Cameras follow the action as the men go everywhere with their host, from chilled nights in to dinner dates.

By the end of the week, the woman must eliminate four of the men and give them their marching orders, until she's left with just one.

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Series one gave us solid gold moments like the infamous Sunderland walkout, which saw three men throw an epic tantrum and storm out of their host's house - so naturally, expectations for the second series are running high.

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Episode one of series two will reportedly follow Tara, a 32-year-old business consultant from Halifax in Yorkshire, as she welcomes five potential love interests into her home.

Series one of 'Five Guys a Week' featured the infamous Sunderland walkout (Credit: Channel 4)
Series one of 'Five Guys a Week' featured the infamous Sunderland walkout (Credit: Channel 4)

Most of Tara's friends have coupled off and tied the knot, whereas her most significant relationship is with Kaiser, her beloved German Shepherd.

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Tara, we can relate.

The line-up of men includes a photographer, a haulage worker, a shopping centre manager, a health worker and an oven cleaning technician. But who will be the last man standing?

If you're new to the show and want to catch up on the first series before the second kicks off, all episodes are available to watch on online via All4 Player now.

When it comes to wild and cringey moments, Five Guys a Week always delivers - so this is one return we can't wait for.

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Five Guys a Week is back on our screens on Friday 18th September at 10pm on Channel 4.

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4

Topics: TV and Film, Dating, TV News, Channel 4

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.