[03/10/08 - 01:09 PM] Spring Planting Season Yields a Bumper Crop When "Farmer Wants a Wife" Premieres Wednesday, April 30 on the CW The series has already established itself as a top draw in The Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Finland, France, Germany and Australia.
[via press release from The CW]
SPRING PLANTING SEASON YIELDS A BUMPER CROP WHEN "FARMER WANTS A WIFE" PREMIERES WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 ON THE CW
International Reality Series Phenomenon
From Producers of "American Idol"
Mixes One Country Man With
Ten City Women To See If Love Will Bloom
March 10, 2008 (Burbank, California) - "Farmer Wants a Wife," the international reality series sensation from FremantleMedia North America, makes its U.S. debut on Wednesday, April 30 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET), following The CW's hit series "America's Next Top Model." This new comedic reality series is designed to help one farm boy find the city girl of his dreams.
"Farmer Wants a Wife" has already established itself as a smash hit in numerous countries across Europe, ranking #1 in its timeslot in The Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Finland, France, Germany and Australia.
The show brings ten city women to one charming, hard-working farmer who is happy with his life except for one thing - he's lacking romance and wondering if he might find happiness and excitement with a woman from the city. Through a series of challenges, group activities, shocking eliminations and cozy dates, the uptown women will soon see how they match up with a down-home guy on the path to true love.
"Farmer Wants a Wife" is produced by FremantleMedia North America. Super Delicious partners Adam Cohen, Cara Tapper and Joanna Vernetti are executive producers. The show is based on the format "Farmer Wants a Wife," from an idea in the British edition of Country Living magazine, in collaboration with FremantleMedia.
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