Tv dating show take me out
International versions of the show began screening in Denmark as Dagens Mand (Today's Man) from 2008, with the Netherlands the first country to use the title "Take Me Out" in 2009.
The objective of the show is for a single man to obtain a date with one of thirty single women.
Every week, the women are introduced to several bachelors one by one. See full summary » A game show that begins with a group of 30 single women in search of finding the perfect match.
Every week, the women are introduced to several bachelors one by one.
The women stand on stage underneath thirty white lights, each with a button in front of them.
A single man is then brought on stage and tries to persuade the women to agree to a date in a series of rounds, playing a pre-recorded video discussing his background, displaying a skill (such as dancing or playing a musical instrument), or playing another video in which the man's friends or family reveal more about his virtues and philosophy.
But she’s thwarted when Robert interrupts and orders Tyler back to work.After the swoop on the farm, containing £100,000 worth of drugs, Jamie said: “We all stunk of weed.I was inhaling it for ages while we were cutting these things down and bagging them up – then realised why everyone was wearing a mask. That’s what the masks were for, I forgot to wear mine.Each woman stands at a lighted podium with a switch that controls her fate for a date: if she thinks it's a match, she keeps her light on; if her attraction has been short-circuited, then it's lights out and she waits for the next potential Mr. Take Me Out is essentially based on the same format as Taken Out, a 2008 dating game show developed by Fremantle media and hosted by James Kerley.