Channel 4 will keep on to air the Great British Bake Off for a different 3 many years just after the broadcaster signed a new deal with the show’s producers.

The agreement with Adore Productions will also prolong to Channel 4’s current promotions for Bake Off: An Further Slice, Junior Bake Off, Bake Off: The Pros, The Great Celeb Bake Off for Stand Up To Most cancers and The Great Pottery Throw Down.

Previously this yr Aldi extended its sponsorship of the clearly show and its spin-offs in a deal well worth a documented £4m. 

Ian Katz, Channel 4’s chief written content officer, reported: “We are thrilled that Channel 4 will keep on to provide up Bake Off’s one of a kind combination of warmth, humour and soggy bottoms for many years to come. Bake Off is all about optimism, celebrating eccentricity and bringing the nation jointly – specifically what a publicly owned Channel 4 is listed here to do.”

Richard McKerrow, chief executive of Adore Productions, reported the deal underlined a “mutual respect and partnership which enables us to provide Bake Off to the widest viewers possible”.

Bake Off is a person of Channel 4’s most well-known displays, with last year’s last viewed by 11.5m persons, winning an viewers share of nearly 42pc.

This sequence is averaging 8.7m viewers an episode, making it 2nd only to Strictly Come Dancing as the most well-known unscripted clearly show.

The cooking programme was very first broadcast by the BBC in 2010 and continued for seven sequence.

It moved to Channel 4 in 2017 just after its maker, the Sky-owned Adore Productions, unsuccessful to agree a new deal with the BBC. The corporation arrived in for criticism for having Bake Off to the maximum bidder in a deal well worth a documented £25 a yr.  

The show’s maximum viewers all through its BBC era was 16m viewers in 2016.

Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, who introduced the clearly show on the BBC, did not make the move to Channel and reported at the time: “We are not likely with the dough.”