You can now join Bren and the ladies at the canteen with a click of a button.
The dilemma of what should be you're next lockdown binge watch has been solved as all episodes of much-loved Manchester sitcom Dinnerladies has just arrived on Netflix.
Added to the platform in the UK on 7th April, you can now stream all 16 episodes of the two-series show at the click of the button.
Created by, written by and starring the late Bury-born comedian Victoria Wood, the show was broadcast on BBC One from 1998 to 2000. The programme is regularly repeated on the TV channel Gold, but this is the first time it has been added to a streaming platform in the UK.
There are somehow only 16 episodes of Dinnerladies, and they're all on Netflix. pic.twitter.com/SYuQoInnPk— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) April 9, 2020
This beloved classic sitcom is set entirely in the canteen of HWD Components, a fictional factory in Manchester, featuring the caterers and regular customers as the main characters. It depicts the lives and social and romantic interactions of the staff, and is centred around the main character Brenda Furlong, played by Victoria Wood.
It also stars Andrew Dunn, Maxine Peake, Thelma Barlow, Anne Reid, Shobna Gulati, Duncan Preston, Celia Imrie and Julie Walters in leading roles.
You can stream Dinnerladies on Netflix now.