Is there anything scarier than meeting the in-laws for the first time?
Err… probably meeting them after they’ve secretly followed you around on holiday for two weeks!
Sound like a cringe-worthy disaster you can’t wait to watch? Here’s everything you need to know about Channel 4‘s Baewatch, with a glimpse at where the cast are now!
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What is Baewatch about?
The brand new show will see young couples fly out to a swanky villa where unknown to them both pairs of parents will be meeting to discuss their relationship.
The families (who have not yet met their child’s partner) will then set behind the scenes challenges in order to test their relationship.
At the end, the couple will be surprised with a face-to-face meeting with their significant other’s family and will have to re-watch their holiday antics all together.
Vivienne Molokwu, Commissioning Editor of Channel 4 said:
Meeting the parents but multiples the awkwardness of that often-dreaded moment by 100%.
Has Baewatch finished?
The brand new series launched on Monday, March 11th and continued to air on E4 every Monday night at 10 pm.
However, the series finished on Monday, April 29th, with episode 8.
You can catch up with every episode from the series via the official Channel 4 media player, ALL4
The series will also be available to record on SkyGo and NOWTV. It is not available on Netflix.
Which Baewatch couples are still together?
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