Outnumbered is a family favourite for so many people who grew up watching it, and you may not have known that almost all of it was filmed in London.

The beloved sitcom first aired back 2007 and the series ended in 2014, but as of July 15 Outnumbered became available to watch on Netflix.

It quickly became trending as people relived their childhoods watching the show all over again.

Outnumbered follows the Brockman family – Pete, Sue and their children Jake, Karen and Ben – in their day-to-day spats, conversations and predicaments.

The majority of the show is filmed in the Brockman household, a family home you may not know is in Wandsworth.

The house is on Dempster Road, not far from Clapham Junction Station, and used to belong to music producer Steve Brown, his wife and their two children.

Once a year, television crews would take over the house for around seven weeks to film for Outnumbered.

A London landmark featured on the show was Trafalgar Square in the episode entitled the family outing – series three, episode one.

In the episode, the family is traipsing around London for the day to help Karen with her World War Two project.

Not far outside of London, the family also visited Odds Farm in High Wycombe during series one, episode three.

In the episode, the Brockman household visits the far with Sue’s Grandad and her sister (Auntie Angela) and chaos ensues as the adults struggle to get along.

During the final Christmas episode, finishing Outnumbered for good, the Brockman’s visit a pub after their car break down on Boxing Day as they wait for help.

They are trying to travel to scatter Sue’s Grandad’s ashes in the place where he met his wife, but things become complicated when Jake accidentally dumps his girlfriend and another driver tries to take them for insurance money.

In real life, that pub is called The Jolly Woodman and is based in Burnham, Buckinghamshire.