TEN announces new talent, dating shows.
TEN has announced four new shows for 2012 and beyond.
They comprise a mix of talent and dating shows: I Will Survive: Priscilla, Everybody Dance Now, Come Date with Me and Don’t Tell the Bride.
Everybody Dance Now, produced by FremantleMedia Australia, will see dancers of all ages, professional and amateur.
TEN says, “Two celebrity captains will handpick their teams from 120 eager dancers, then send their chosen dancer into a head-to-head showdown. Watch the fireworks begin. Can a ballroom-dancing 8-year-old take down a sensational modern dancer? Can a hip-hop master survive a battle with a tap dancing Aussie sweetheart? One-on-one, head-to-head, until the audience picks their favourite and decides the ultimate winner.”
I Will Survive: Priscilla, also produced by FremantleMedia Australia, will premiere later this year with the winner sent to Broadway.
I Will Survive: Priscilla searches for Australia’s ‘next Triple Threat – Singer, Dancer, Actor.’ Performers will travel on board the Priscilla bus from Sydney to Alice Springs with performances at outback Australian locations.
Come Date With Me, from the producers of Please Marry My Boy and Four Weddings, Granada Media Australia, combines food and love. The ITV reality title will be a prime-time series for TEN’s upcoming schedule.
Don’t Tell the Bride, produced by Endemol Southern Star, sees brides having no say in any aspect of their wedding day, as their grooms and the best man plan every detail without telling them.
Network TEN Chief Programming Officer, David Mott, said: “This year we have deliberately set out to re-invigorate our schedule and firmly position TEN as the home of entertainment.
“These four new programs are bold, irreverent, fresh, innovative and noisy.
“Never before have we had so many new and dynamic shows to offer Australian audiences. It’s an exciting time for us and we look forward to seeing these shows come to life throughout the year.
“I Will Survive: Priscilla, Everybody Dance Now, Come Date with Me and Don’t Tell the Bride are the perfect mix of fun, high energy shows and will complement our already strong line-up for the coming months.”
Casting for I Will Survive: Priscilla is now open for all male performers 21years and older at www.Iwillsurvivetv.com
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