MasterChef will be moved to Birmingham from 2024, manufacturers have announced.
It will be the first time the game, one of the BBC’s most iconic, has been performed outside of London for more than 20 years.
The director general of the BBC, Tim Davie, said the decision was “good news for Birmingham and the BBC”.
“We have said we will create jobs and investments. Because it bring solutions and products to the West Midlands as part of our UK plans,” he said.
“Delivering one of our biggest plans shows that we are making that happen.”
In 2021, the BBC announced plans to move its arts and journalism center to London. Because for “better represent, represent, and serve all parts of the country”.
MasterChef is one of the organization’s largest entertainment shows.
“We are thrilled to take our amazing product to Birmingham,” said Lucinda Hicks, of Banijay UK.
“Not only is it one of the most exciting and diverse regions in the country. But it is also close to becoming a major TV production center as well.”
Birmingham will also be home to a new BBC student center. Which in its first year will see up to 50 students placed with employers in the region’s creative industries.
Mr Davie said it meant the city would be “the future home of the BBC”.
Enthusiastic chefs from all over the US are competing for weekly cooking challenges. To improve their cooking skills and win the title of best chef.
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