It will play on ELEVEN over summer.
Originally announced in April 2012 alongside I Will Survive, Don’t Tell the Bride and Everybody Dance Now, the show was originally touted as “a prime-time series for TEN’s upcoming schedule.”
The series, based on a UK format, sees singles on dates in home-cooking scenarios.
TV Tonight understands it was commissioned for 40 episodes and largely completed around twelve months ago.
It will premiere 7:30pm Sunday December 8 and continues Monday and Tuesday in the same week.
I’m not really sure how it well it skews to a youth audience, but playing the series on a multichannel over summer after months of inaction suggests the network doesn’t have a lot of confidence in the product.
Let’s hope it’s better than Yasmin’s Getting Married.