The “Great British Baking Show” won over the hearts of Americans after appearing on Netflix. Only the first three seasons were available for streaming, leaving viewers in the United States unable to get their fill of Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood, Mel Giedroyc, Sue Perkins and the bakers.

While no new seasons are currently streaming on Netflix, the show is set to make its TV debut in the states. On Friday, June 16 “The Great British Baking Show” Season 4 will air on PBS. The season will kick off with two back to back episodes featuring both Hollywood and Berry, who announced in 2016, along with Perkins and Giedroyc, a planned departure from the show afterwards. ]

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Berry confirmed plans to leave “The Great British Baking Show” in September 2016. At the time, the show was being moved from BBC to Channel 4. Berry called the show “a unique and brilliant format from day one,” adding that she was “just sad for the audience who may not be ready for change.”

Hollywood, Berry’s former co-host, decided to stick with the show even after it switches networks. He told BBC he was “delighted” to continue hosting, despite the exit of a majority of the original cast. Hollywood claimed that after so many years on the show, he isn’t ready to give up on it because of the network move.

“It’s been a huge part of my life in the past few years and I just couldn’t turn my back on all that,” he said.
Berry’s exit came just days after Perkins and Giedroyc announced their joint decision to leave “The Great British Baking Show.” The pair said they were “very shocked and saddened” that the show would be leaving BBC. They were clear that their desire was to stay on the network and when it left, they, too, decided it was time to go.

“We made no secret of our desire for the show to remain where it was...we’re not going with the dough,” Perkins and Giedroyc said in a statement.

Both the legendary host and the beloved presenters will be replaced in future seasons after a long and challenging search. In February, Mirror U.K. reported that Prue Leith had been selected as Berry’s replacement. Noel Felding and Sandi Toksvig will be filling the shoes of Perkins and Giedroyc in future seasons of “The Great British Baking Show.”

When last American fans tuned in to the show, Season 3 competitor Nadia Hussain was crowned the winner. She was beloved by fans for remaining humble as she racked up wins under the tent and bringing humor to each bake. Her success continued after she returned home.

In April 2016, Hussain was chosen to bake a cake for Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday. She revealed the news during an interview with ITV’s “Loose Women.” Hussain announced plans to bake an orange drizzle cake with orange curd and buttercream.

“How often can you say that you are baking the Queen’s birthday cake in one sentence? Sometimes I want to drown it out because I don’t want to talk about it,” she said, expressing her nerves at the task (via Mirror U.K.).

Hussain later took to Twitter to thank fans for reaching out. She added that she was “still pinching” herself. Hussain called her selection an honor.

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A new batch of bakers will be entering the tent in Season 4 in the hopes of making it as big as Hussain and the bakers that came before her. Twelve new stars are set to make their debut when “The Great British Baking Show” premieres on PBS. Get acquainted with them by viewing the gallery above.

Tune in to “The Great British Baking Show” on PBS Friday at 9 p.m. EDT.