The Single Wives follows the dramatic, emotional and romantic transformation of four women searching for their second chance at love. They’ve all walked down the aisle before, but for each of them, their ﬁrst marriage ended in heartbreak. Now the four women find themselves single and on a journey together to ﬁnd new love.
For one month, the four single wives will live together, as they undertake a crash-course that will teach them how to get back into the dating scene. Guided by a larger-than-life dating expert, they take part in a series of dating tasks and challenges, from spectacular speed dates, to online apps to dramatic dinner parties as they dive back into the dating world. They will emerge from the house with the know-how to successfully navigate the modern world of dating and meet someone new.
Vasha Wallace, Executive Vice President Global Acquisitions & Development at FremantleMedia, said: “We are thrilled to be working with the talented teams at Eureka and Channel 7 on The Single Wives. The relationship arena is always timely and our production network is perfectly positioned to roll out this format globally. For me, what makes The Single Wives unique is watching the female friendships unfold as well as the romantic ones. We are on the emotional rollercoaster ride with the participants, and with take away tips as to how to get dating right, audiences everywhere will be sure to connect with the show.”
Chris Culvenor, Eureka Productions, said: “The Single Wives is unique and contemporary entry into the dating genre. From heart break to romantic redemption, this series tracks the emotional journey of four women from failed marriages as they search for their second chance at love.”
Angus Ross, Director of Programming at Seven Network adds, “Love, dating and relationships are resonating with audiences across the globe, and The Single Wives provides a unique, authentic and positive approach to the dating genre. We’re delighted to be working with the team at FremantleMedia to showcase this exciting format with buyers in global markets.”