X-Factor has returned and we’re feeling nostalgic!

The long-running U.K show has provided us with countless hilarious and emotional moments across the years – from excruciatingly bad auditions to tear-inducing sob stories.

Now that it’s returned, we find ourselves wanting to catch up on moments old yet gold. Here’s how to catch up on all past seasons of X Factor, and how to watch the most memorable moments from the previous series!

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The X Factor: SR15: Ep1 on ITV
Pictured: The arena.

How Many Series are There?

There are a total of 14 seasons of the X Factor, with a total of 417 episodes of the show – that’s before this new season.

Within those seasons, there have been a ton of judges, including Mel B, Nick Grimshaw, Nicole Scherzinger, Rita Ora and, of course, Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne.

They’ve been axed from this season, however, with only Simon Cowell remaining.

Louis Tomlinson, Robbie Williams, and Robbie’s wife, Ayda, are the new-look judges.

From Thames/Syco – The X Factor: SR15 on ITV
Pictured: Robbie Williams, Ayda Field, Dermot O’Leary, Louis Tomlinson and Simon Cowell.

Where to Watch X Factor Online

You used to be able to watch all previous X Factor seasons on Amazon but, sadly, that is no longer the case.

The ITV Hub is also a no-go. They don’t have any old seasons on their catch-up site, either. Instead, they have a ton of teaser videos and behind-the-scenes snippets for the new season.

Therefore, you sadly won’t be able to watch full episodes or series on catch up. We know, we’re sad, too.

At least we still have Dermot O’Leary to look forward to… right?

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The X Factor: SR15 on ITV
Pictured: Dermot O’Leary.

Watch the Funniest X Factor Moments Here

However, you are able to throw back to some of the show’s most memorable moments by heading to the X Factor’s official YouTube channel.

Here, you can watch some of the funniest auditions, such as this guy’s:

You can also watch some of the best auditions, too.

Why not see how previous winners faired in the audition stages?

How to Watch the New Season of X Factor

You can watch the new season of X Factor on Saturdays and Sundays from September 1st. Both shows start at 8 pm on ITV.

Don’t worry if you’re not in, though, you can catch up on the new season of X Factor by heading to the ITV Hub, where new episodes will be available to watch.

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The X Factor: SR15: Ep1 on ITV
Pictured: Janice Robinson.

 

WATCH THE X-FACTOR ON ITV1 ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, AT 8 PM.