Take Me Out AXED after 11 YEARS as bosses ‘feel Paddy McGuinness’ dating show has run its course’
There are many opportunities for dating at WSU; especially with females outnumbering male students. This demand has resulted in an astonishing 32 expressions of interest in less than 24 hours since the initial post went up along with over 80 Facebook comments. WSU students have been encouraged to keep tagging their friends who are single and are ready to mingle, and we encourage expressions from all walks of life, including straight, bisexual and gay individuals. Ideally, the show is seeking a pool of students which will ensure there are enough contestants to host fortnightly events with individual contestants. Matic has no doubt that if WSU students give this event a go, they will be back for more and this will be a regular feature of our events calendar. A host will guide the format to allow plenty of banter and fun. The original show only has 30 females, and one guy at a time. The WSU version will rotate it fortnightly so that it switches to 30 guys and one girl presenting at a time.
ITV confirms beloved TV show has been axed after ten years
The drama of the show was fueled by 20 contestants competing for the attention of one or the other of the two stars—sometimes swapping! Also alcohol. This spring, contestants in the unofficial third season will try to win the hearts of a pair of sisters named Bambi and Evani, who, as it happens, are simulations. The sisters and their suitors are all characters in The Sims 4, the latest iteration of the iconic life-simulation game.
ITV’s dating show Take Me Out has been axed after 11 series. to try and convince as many of the ladies as possible to leave their lights on for.
ITV has confirmed that the popular reality dating show, Take Me Out , has been cancelled after ten years on the air. Hosted by Paddy McGuinness , the TV series saw a group of singletons keep their light switched on if they were attracted to a certain bachelor, and the show went through stages of revealing more about Mr Right’s personality, habits and hobbies.
If several women kept their lights on, the contestant would then choose his favourite girl to join him on a holiday. Of course, the series coined Paddy’s popular catchphrase: “No likey, no lighty! So for the last time: ‘Lights out, all out. He recently shared a video of himself with co-presenter Chris Harris, writing: “Always nice car sharing with harrismonkey.
Take Me Out is the last bastion of silly Saturday night entertainment
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The network confirmed the show’s cancellation on Tuesday. The TV presenter, who has hosted the Saturday night ITV dating programme since it debuted in January Loads of love and for one last time it’s lights out, all out.”.
An unscreened pilot episode was made for Channel 4 in , but it was ITV who picked it up for a series. The show was produced by Thames formerly Talkback Thames. The first series was recorded at Granada Studios in Manchester , but has since been recorded at The Maidstone Studios in Maidstone , Kent , as it offered increased space and capacity for audience members. It did not air in , but returned in with Wright joined by new co-host Laura Jackson. On 10 February , ITV announced that the show was axed after eleven series.
Eight couples who met on the show subsequently got married and six babies were born to contestants who met on the show. The objective of the show was for a single man to obtain a date with one of thirty single women. The women stood on a stage underneath thirty white lights, each with a button in front of them. A single man was then brought down on stage via the ‘Love Lift’ and tried to persuade the women to agree to be his date in a series of rounds, playing a prerecorded 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.
At any point during the rounds, the women could press the button in front of them to turn off their light if they did not want a date with the man. If this occurs, their area of the stage turned red. If, at the end of three rounds, there were still lights left on, the bachelor would turn off all but two of the remaining lights himself.
He would then have a chance to ask one question to the last two women, before choosing which of the women he wanted to go on the date with by turning off one more light. If the man was left with two lights at the end of round 3, he would just ask his question to the two remaining women and if there was only one light left at the end of round 3, he will go on the date with that girl without asking her his question.
Take Me Out
While the show is probably more infamously known for its awkward dates and blackouts, Take Me Out did see its fair share of successes. Beckie Ryan, a former contestant on the show, took to Twitter to post her tribute after hearing the news of the cancellation. Eight weddings, six babies and a generation of youngsters who have grown up watching us on Saturday night TV.
If they’re into him, they leave their light on; if not they switch it off. At the end, the man picks which of the women with their lights still on he finds most palatable and.
Like being out at a club at 2am, the silly, fun dating show has been hotting up Saturday night TV for over a decade. Its cancellation should be mourned. R eader, remember this day. Look around you. Notice how all the people look a little glummer, how the branches droop a little lower. Commit all these sights and smells to memory, because one day your grandchildren will ask you what the world was like when ITV cancelled Take Me Out. It is inexplicable, but true. Take Me Out is dead. Admittedly, the writing had been on the wall for a while.
The most recent series was kept on the shelf for more than a year before it was broadcast. Saturday night TV as an institution is struggling, so the show has not been enjoying the support it once did. But you would have to be a monster not to be a little sad about its death. In fairness, it took me a while to realise this. When it began in , I watched with a kind of baffled horror.
Stars and fans react as Take Me Out is axed after 11 series
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I love trash TV! Love, Love, Love it! Take me out hit was in the top spot of dating TV a few years back. It was must see TV. This show brings 30 single girls to main stage and all have a light in front of them. If they like him they keep there light on. They do this for 3 rounds. The first round is first impressions when the girls can switch off on first impressions, looks, name and destination alone.
INSIGHT: “Take Me Out” comes in hot as WSU’s new cheeky dating show
By David Craig. However, across its episodes, eight of the couples introduced on Take Me Out went on to get married, including Beckie Louise Ryan and Adam Ryan who met on the show around four years ago. The show peaked in with just shy of six million people tuning in to its series two premiere, but the most recent episodes frequently drew in less than two million live viewers each.
INSIGHT: “Take Me Out” comes in hot as WSU’s new cheeky dating show The girls can then turn off their lights if they aren’t impressed. “No likey, no lighty!”.
While the show is probably more infamously known for its awkward dates and blackouts, Take Me Out did see its fair share of successes. Beckie Ryan, a former contestant on the show, took to Twitter to post her tribute after hearing the news of the cancellation. Eight weddings, six babies and a generation of youngsters who have grown up watching us on Saturday night TV. Ten years! Thank you to all the boys who braved the Love Lift and most importantly to the stars of the show – the girls.
News of the cancellation of the dating show has garnered mixed reactions from people across social media. News you can trust since Sign in Edit Account Sign Out. By Rhona Shennan. Updated Tuesday, 11th February , pm. Are you sad to hear the news? Photo: ITV.
Love Island (Dutch-Flemish)
It’s a pallid November afternoon somewhere off the M40 highway. Now, you’re standing under hot lights in a clammy studio, just desperately trying to be charming. You’re surrounded by 30 women from all walks of life, all corners of the United Kingdom, and not a single one of them will go on a date with you.
The show sought to ‘stretch the matches’ of what could be discussed on It is essentially the opposite of turning the podium light off; instead, a woman who.
In the show, a male contestant has to try and impress 30 women, who switch their lights off if they lose interest. At the end he is able to pick from the women whose lights are still on, with both going on a date to Tenerife. In December contestant Jade Devaney opened up about what it’s like to feature on the programme. Jade explained that contestants are taken to two different hotels during their time on the show once that are in Tenerife – checking in to one hotel only to check into another following date day.
ITV has come under scrutiny in recent months following the suicides of a string of participants on reality shows including Love Island and the now axed The Jeremy Kyle Show. By Irishmirror. Take Me Out has been on air for 11 years. Get all the very latest news in Ireland straight to your email every single day Sign up! When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.
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