When , the show in which women from the city vied for the attention of a farmer, did not do well here, but it became one of Fremantle Media's biggest sellers in international markets.
" with nervous singles blurting out naff chat-up lines.
It's been 50 years since the first hit dating show was broadcast by ABC in the US.
Our show reflects what's happening now." The sexually charged show could be seen as too hedonistic, but Chapman points out that "this is what people are doing.
We send them out on dates, but what they do on them is up to them." The way these wild young things are identified is another reflection on how dating shows have adapted to the world of Facebook and Twitter.
People would say, 'What really happened when the cameras stop rolling?