ABC'S "WIFE SWAP" ASKS VIEWERS TO VOTE ON ABC.COM FOR THEIR TWO FAVORITE FAMILIES TO SWITCH LIVES FOR THE 100TH EPISODE
Viewers will help "Wife Swap" celebrate its 100th episode by voting for which two of their favorite families from past episodes should swap lives. Viewer voting takes place at ABC.com starting Oct. 3-24, 2008. Will viewers pick the family of clowns, the pirates, the drag racing family?
Leading up to the online voting, "Wife Swap" fans can go to ABC.com to see mini-videos and read online bios of the eligible 24 families. Voting will begin Oct. 3, 2008 on ABC.com, coinciding with the Season Five premiere of the series. Each week fans will have the opportunity to vote, narrow the eligibility, and help decide which families will be swapped. Tune in for the 100th episode of "Wife Swap" when it airs in 2009 to see the match-up of the two families that viewers ultimately selected.
About "Wife Swap"
Each week from across the country, two families with very different values are chosen to take part in a two-week long challenge. The wives from these two families exchange husbands, children and lives (but not bedrooms) to discover just what it's like to live another woman's life. It's a mind-blowing experiment that often changes lives forever.
"Wife Swap" is an RDF USA production. It was created by Stephen Lambert and is executive-produced by Mike Gamson, Stef Wagstaffe and Michael Davies of Embassy Row ("Who Wants to be a Millionare"). Stephen Pettinger, Neil Regan, Julie Cooper and Will Nothacker are co-executive producers.