Farmer Wants A Wife premiere date revealed for upcoming season

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Farmer Wants A Wife is set to return to Aussie screens in 2021, with more than one farmer guaranteed to find love this year.

The Australian dating show promises to deliver dreamy dates, luxury country getaways, and spectacular group get-togethers this season.

Farmer Wants A Wife participants
Five farmers will be looking to find their happy-ever-after this season. Photo: Channel 7

Natalie Gruzlewski will return for her 10th season hosting the show, where she will play Cupid to help the farmers find the one.

“I’m so excited to guide our newest crop of nervous and loveable Aussie farmers in their search for true love,” she said in a statement from Channel 7.

“These farmers and ladies have opened their farms and hearts in the hope of finding their happily ever after, and it’s a privilege to be a part of their life-changing love stories.”


The new season follows farmers Will, Matt, Sam, Andrew and Rob on their search for everlasting love in the country.

Thousands of single ladies applied to try and win their hearts, and each farmer chose eight women to invite on a series of speed dates.

The farmers will each then invite five women back to their farm to get to know them better and figure out if one of them is their future wife.

However, one of these women will have the upper hand when they get to spend a full 24 hours alone with her farmer before the others arrive.

After this, the bachelorettes will spend six weeks with their farmer testing their compatibilities and seeing if they can fit into the country lifestyle.

Farmer Wants A Wife will premiere 7pm Sunday 4 July on Channel 7 and 7plus.

While last year’s season only resulted in two couples, the franchise remains one of the most successful reality dating shows of all time.

Since its premiere in 2007, the Australian series has resulted in nine marriages, one long-term relationship and 23 babies.

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