FBoy Island Australia will return to screens in 2024 with a second season.
The controversial dating show is set to make a comeback, with Abbie Chatfield returning as presenter.
Abbie said The Daily Telegraph the series is a “perfect combination of an easy-to-watch dating show, but also not afraid to poke fun at itself and its contestants.”
“I think this show has really given a voice to a lot of people, especially young women who have been harassed by Fboys and in myself or the contestants who called them out, they felt vindicated and vindicated,” she said.
Abbie went on to say that the show is “really appealing to Australian audiences because we don’t take ourselves too seriously.”
Abbie Chatfield’s controversial series FBoy Island will return to screens for a second season in 2024
“FBoy Island Australia turns traditional dating formats on their head and… it’s a show that encourages men to take responsibility for their bad behavior,” she added.
The ten-part reality series, which debuted on Foxtel/Binge in May, focused on three women looking for love from a choice of 24 suitors.
The twist, however, is that half of the men are time-wasting ‘f**k boys’ and the other half are genuinely looking for love.
Among those looking for love in season one were DJ Sophie Blackley, occupational therapist Molly O’Halloran and model Ziara Rae.
Abbie told The Daily Telegraph that the series is a “perfect combination of being an easy-to-watch dating show, but also not afraid to poke fun at itself and its contestants.”
Molly made the right decision by choosing real-life contestant Nick Brown and Ziara found love with the beautiful Izaya Leota.
By correctly choosing a real man over a fboy, the women not only found love, but also walked away with $50,000 in prize money to share with their new partner.
Unfortunately, Sophie Blackley chose fboy Joshy Allen, meaning she didn’t find love and he got the full share of their prize money.
The ten-part reality series, which debuted on Foxtel/Binge in May, focused on three women looking for love from a choice of 24 suitors