Farmer Wants A Wife premieres on Easter Monday, April 10

Farmer Wants A Wife

This season will see Samantha Armytage take over as host as Natalie Gruzlewski steps into co-host role playing cupid

Seven has revealed Farmer Wants A Wife will premiere on Monday, 10 April, on Seven and 7plus.

Thousands of eligible singles have applied to meet the five new farmers who are preparing to follow their hearts in what is being called the most romantic season ever of the reality dating show.

This year’s farmers include:
Farmer Brad, 32 – Cootamundra, NSW. The crop and cattle farmer is a loveable larrikin with a dazzling smile but has been heartbroken in the past: “I wanted to be on the farm, she didn’t want to be there. Finding a special person, it’s the missing puzzle piece in my life.”

Farmer David, 29 – Pozieres, Queensland. The fourth-generation farmer from Queensland, who is on the hunt for a life partner. The apple farmer on the show describes his farm as “pretty close to paradise”, but said feels like there’s something missing. He said: “I need to find that person who’s willing to join the adventure with me. It comes down to something very simple and it’s who I could see being my wife.”
Farmer Brenton, 26 – Darriman, Victoria. The sixth-generation cattle farmer from Victoria is a true-blue country bloke happily admits that he’s “an awkward guy” and “has never done anything like this before. I’ve got the opportunity to find that special someone,” he says as he meets his top favourites for the first time,” he said.

Farmer Matt, 23 – Bookham, NSW. The fifth-generation sheep and cattle farmer . He is the season’s youngest farmer finds dating in his hometown a difficult experience: “When you are related to half the valley, it makes your choices very thin. One of these ladies could be my future. It’s not an easy decision to make.”

Farmer Andrew, 41 – Narromine, NSW. The a crop and sheep farmer who dreams big, looks at the bigger picture and knows that the only way is forward. He said: “Love comes when you least expect it but you need to be prepared. Provide it with the right environment, give it time and space, and it will grow, flourish, last and conquer.”

Farmer Wants A Wife

Through first glances, first kisses, romantic dates and life-changing moments, this season will see every farmer find their true love.

This season will also see Samantha Armytage take over as host as Natalie Gruzlewski steps into co-host role playing cupid.

The 2022 season concluded with Farmers Will, Ben and Harry finding love on Channel 7 and 7plus, which reached 523,000.

Back in September, Mediaweek spoke to host Natalie Gruzlewski about bringing the show to life.

She said: “The success comes from the casting process. The singles aren’t applying for the show so much as ‘swiping right’ for their Farmers on the casting website. They choose each other before going on the show.

Farmer Wants A Wife is produced by Eureka Productions for the Seven Network.

Top image: The farmers of Farmer Wants a Wife

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