Take me out tv dating
Now Seven has picked up the rights from Fremantle and is on the hunt for its multiple singles looking for game show love.Seven’s Director of Network Programming, Angus Ross, says: “Those first wonderful moments – when girl meets boy – are filled with laughter and awkwardness.In the UK, it has been the number one show for young adults (16-34) and it’s set to do the same Down Under.Every week, 30 ladies with attitude are introduced to several bachelors one by one.The episode will also celebrate the Take Me Out love matches created as Paddy reunites with the successes from previous series.With seven weddings and three babies to come from the show, Paddy will chat to the couples and reminisce about the moment their eyes met across the Take Me Out love lift.A second special will see a line-up of thirty fabulous single older ladies, looking for love.Speaking about the new series, Paddy said: "I'm so excited to be celebrating ten series of Take Me Out.
The twist here is that the women can decide whether to continue to hear more about the man and what he brings to the table, or they can press a button declaring they are not interested.
After years of requests from fans, the tables will be turned for a one-off special as the boys take to the podiums while the ladies come down in the love lift.
Paddy will be 'bringing on the boys' as thirty of his favourite male contestants return for another chance at finding 'The One'.
Take Me Out contestants have so far had seven marriages and three babies, with two more on the way.
Dawn Edwards and Dan Nash met on the show's second series and Dan proposed within weeks.