Not another one! Channel Seven reveals that a new dating show is underway after the proposal is moved to a later slot and Take Me Out is canceled
They have tried to take advantage of the popularity of reality dating programs.
Channel Seven's proposal and Take Me Out, however, have not had the same impact as The Bachelor and Channel Nine & Married At First Sight from Channel 10.
However, that has not stopped the network from going into production with yet another show that focuses on unfortunate lovers in love.
Not another one! Channel Seven is trying out a different dating show in an effort to take advantage of the popularity of reality dating shows, despite the proposal organized by Luke Jacobz (photo), and Take Me Out made no impression on the public
The network has made a call for & # 39; sexy singles & # 39; who along with a & # 39; celebrity & # 39; wingman will work that will help them find love, according to TV tonight.
In earlier dating shows, such as First Dates and Take Me Out, singletons from all over the country flew to Sydney to participate in filming.
But it seems that the network is in control of the new show.
Canceled! To make matters worse, Channel Seven announced that Take Me Out, organized by comedian Joel Creasey (photo), would not return to screens
The cattle call is exclusively based in Sydney for men and women.
The announcement was: & # 39; Seven Studios produce a brand new dating show where our smart and beloved celebrities will match each other's sexy singles.
& # 39; We are looking for single men and women based in Sydney to participate in & # 39; the world's shortest social experiment, where you'll find out if it's forever or never, in just one date! & # 39;
The new dating show company comes after the proposal, hosted by Luke Jacobz, was shamefully pushed from its 19.30pm prime time slot to 21.30pm, after only three episodes.
This follows the announcement of Channel Seven earlier this year that the dating offer of 2018 – Take Me Out – would not return to screens.
The show, organized by comedian Joel Creasey, failed to beat Nine & The Block and Ten & # 39; s Survivor, who all shared the 19.30 hour time slot, according to OZTam reviews.
Ratings flop: the show, organized by comedian Joel Creasey, failed to defeat Nine & # 39; s The Block and Ten & # 39; s Survivor, both of which shared the 7:30 pm period
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