BBC Lifestyle, the number one international lifestyle channel on DStv and the home to very best in local and global hit dating and romance shows, together with SABC have confirmed that Dinner Date South Africa will be back in 2020 with a second season featuring a brand new line up of daters willing to host a blind date in their homes in their quest to find a partner.
Single Gauteng residents who fancy their chances at cooking their way to love by impressing their date with a home-cooked dinner, can apply for season two by visiting www.dinnerdatesa.co.za. Entries are currently open and will close on 4 November 2019. Everyone on the lookout for love are encouraged to sign up, so long as you are over the age of 21.
Dinner Date, the popular dating competition series which puts love on the menu, follows one person who is given the chance to find true love over three meals, each cooked by a blind date in their own home. In each episode a participant will choose three menus from five put together by prospective partners. They then go on three dates with the “chefs”, who cook them a meal in their own homes. After the three dates, all the chefs prepare for a night out at a swanky restaurant, but the participant can only choose one to go with – leaving the other two with a night in alone and a takeaway.
Originally produced by Hat Trick Productions, Dinner Date UK has sold to more than 65 countries around the world. The South African version adds to local adaptations in France (Direct 8), Australia (Channel Seven) and Finland (MTV3). Now in its 9th series, the UK version produced by indie Hat Trick Productions, continues to be a ratings hit on ITVBe.
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